Under supervision of the Executive Director, this position provides support to the Board of Directors and Executive Director. This is a highly visible and high impact position that will assist the Executive Director and the Board in keeping projects and priorities in order as well as having extensive contact with community and business leaders. This position, in addition to providing high level administrative support, will project manage various initiatives to completion and provide a critical role during the organization’s growth.
- Liaison and support for Executive Director, Board members, Board Committees’ activities, communications, phone calls, appointments, travel (if any), and administrative activities.
- Provide project management on significant strategic projects, which may include: strategic planning and development of strategic dashboards/benchmarks, governance and board policy updates, organizational policy and procedure updates; marketing, public relations, branding and website upgrades; and other executive initiatives.
- Fully support Board and Committee meetings; including attending all Board and Committee meetings, taking meeting minutes, assisting with agenda development and follow through, and preparing materials in advance.
- Maintain Board and Committees’ calendars, organization’s general calendar, and Executive Director’s calendar.
- Research, manage, organize, and/or provide support on administrative, facilities, operations, human resources, development, programmatic short-term projects as determined by the Board and Executive Director.
- Develop and maintain good relationships and communications with Board Members, Executive Director and all staff.
- Occasionally supervise administrative staff regarding specific administrative projects to ensure deliverables and alignment with organizational priorities.
- Undertake other duties as assigned.
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS
- Proven, reference-verified performance in administrative and project management roles.
- Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook). Demonstrated ability to learn new software systems, as well as Google applications and website management tools.
- Excellent writing, telephone and people skills.
- Excellent project management and attention to details, highly organized and able to successfully handle simultaneous priorities.
- A strong sense of personal integrity; able to maintain confidentiality and handle highly sensitive information; demonstrated good judgment and decision-making skills.
- Professional, articulate, and great communication skills; able to seamlessly interact with high-level professionals.
- Experience in a non-profit organization preferred.
- Full time
- Non-Exempt, eligible for all agency benefits
- Position will require fingerprinting and reference-check
- Available access to an automobile is a plus
Typical Working Conditions: Standard office but occasional work at offsite locations.
Equipment Used: Computer, copier, printer, fax.
Essential Physical Tasks: Ability to sit at computer for extended periods, occasional lifting up to 20 pounds, occasional driving.
San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center is committed to workforce diversity. Qualified applicants will receive full consideration without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin.
Qualified candidates should submit a resume and a detailed cover letter to Frank Landin, Manager of Human Resources at employment[@]sfcapc.org.