Watertown-Based Charitable Fund Seeks Part-Time Administrator

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The Marshall Home Fund, a non‐profit charitable fund providing financial assistance to Watertown seniors and to organizations serving older adults in Watertown, seeks a part‐time Administrator.

Duties will include:

being the primary contact for information about the Fund

facilitating communications between grant recipients and the Board of Directors;

providing clerical and communications support to a volunteer Board of Directors and to board committees;

maintaining records; electronic and paper;

helping to promote the fund’s activities within the community.

The successful candidate will:

have the ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, and be able to take meeting minutes;

possess excellent organizational skills;

be proficient in Microsoft Office Applications including Excel;

be knowledgeable in general office procedures;

demonstrate a high level of maturity, ability to work independently and take initiative, while closely and accurately coordinating efforts with Board officers, committee chairs, and other Board members;

have the ability to be discrete, tactful and diplomatic, insuring the confidentiality of individual assistance grant transactions.

Salary: depends on experience

Start Date: December, 2016

Opening: Part‐time (approximately 6‐8 hours per week). Hours are generally flexible, except for pre‐arranged Board and committee meetings.

Qualifications: At least two years of college with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar administrative position. Strong consideration will be given to candidates with backgrounds in human services and an interest in working with older adults.

Location: Administrator may work in Watertown office, and/or at home by arrangement, but must be available for periodic meetings in Watertown.

Please send resume and cover letter to info@marshallhomefund.org by November 1, 2016. Marshall Home Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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