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The Administrative Assistant is expected to develop or have a strong foundation in best management practices for nonprofit management. This position supports the Executive Director (ED) to foster and maintain Artist Boat’s growth through daily internal and external administration of the organization’s offices, assist with the functions of the development and marketing office, lead on-the-ground outreach and development event planning, and assist with proper data entry and data management of donor and grant databases. The purpose of this job is to provide administrative assistance to the ED and development office to answer phones, organize files, create correspondence (internal and external), prepare requested reports and documents, procuring office and facilities equipment or supplies, provide clerical skills (manage the ED calendar, sort mail and email, and communicate on the behalf of the ED), assist the ED in event and meeting planning, plan weekly staff meetings, prepare for monthly committee meetings, and assist specifically with data entry for the advancement of donor procurement and retainment.
The Operations Director will oversee the day-to-day operations of educational and conservation programs. They will have both internal and external facing responsibilities including: providing client services (business, school, and partner development); framing of key approaches through project, program, and grant management; assuring high-quality educational services are delivered; providing and editing written products (curriculum, staff communications to partners, brochures and outreach materials, and grant reports and applications); on-going administration (grants administration; financial and program reporting and tracking; information technology and equipment management; and facilities and resource allocation); and managing human capital (HR/recruiting; mentoring; educational staff evaluations; career progression). The Operations Director will ensure that staff members are held to a standard that is measurable and has internal accountability processes per job descriptions, the employee handbook, and the program training manuals. The Operations Director will partner closely with the Executive Director to chart Artist Boat’s future growth through the strategic plan to assure the organization maintains annual delivery of five to seven Eco-Art Programs to over 17,000 K-Grey learners.
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Artist Boat provides excellent career opportunities with competitive non-profit salaries and hourly wages for entry level degreed professionals pursuing careers in nature interpretation, environmental education, habitat restoration and conservation, and non-profit management. Benefits include health care, IRA, leave accrual, and long term and short term disability. To apply for any positions listed the application must be submitted by mail; must have three letters of professional reference; must submit a copy of transcripts; samples of work products are encouraged (art work, writing samples, etc.). Only completed packages will be reviewed for positions.
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The Bookkeeper is responsible for assisting the Executive Director and accounting firm with the financial management of the organization by assuring that bookkeeping functions and entries are completed daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually to maintain good standing with staff, grantors, governmental entities, board members, donors, and creditors/vendors. The Bookkeeper is required to have a formal and strong foundation in accounting principles, best management practices/standards in financial management, and nonprofit accounting vs. for profit accounting. The purpose of this position is to provide the financial management infrastructure to provide prompt reporting monthly on the status of grant/contract budget tracking, fundraising campaigns, full organization budget vs. actual, payroll and benefits, credit accounts and loans, and status of reconciliation of accounts. The Full Charge Bookkeeper reports to the Executive Director. Must have intermediate skills in Quick Books Online and Excel and processing payroll. Must be able to work with the Finance committee, external audit firm, and external accounting firm to assure proper management of the finances of Artist Boat.
Artist Boat is hiring Eco-Art Educators!
The primary duty is to interpret habitats, ecosystems, science, and the environment through the disciplines of science and art for people of all ages while engaging in Eco-Art experiences with Artist Boat. Educators must be able to clearly and enthusiastically use the arts and sciences as the primary discipline to convey knowledge and engage participants in outdoor education, service learning, and in-class workshops or residencies. Educators must be flexible and willing to learn multiple components of conservation and education skills.
Please submit the application package to firstname.lastname@example.org. The package should include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references. A copy of the applicant’s transcript (unofficial or official) must be presented at the interview. We are accepting applications until April 23, 2021, and the start date will be May 3, 2021.
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