Part-Time Work in Danbury Area

Michael Grabell has shared this announcement from a non-profit in Danbury; they clearly need someone who can write! This position lines up especially well for some of you who have worked on Poor Yorick, for reasons you will see below…

It has been an unbelievable five years for Matthew’s Hearts of Hope!  We have grown by leaps and bounds and our impact is changing lives.  But as an all volunteer organization this growth creates the need for infrastructure to ensure that we are doing everything we need to be doing to meet the needs of our mission, donors and those we serve.

Matthew’s Hearts of Hope is now looking for an administrative assistant that is a a self-starter with strong administrative skills to take our organization to the next level of success.  Qualified candidates will possess strong organizational, written and oral communication skills and the ability to coordinate people and tasks efficiently and effectively.   Must be proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint email, and Social Media applications such as Mail Chimp and Facebook.  Up to 8 – 10 hours a week with a regular schedule however with very flexible hours and the potential for more hours during busier months.  Must be able to multi-task and be able to create processes from the ground up.

If you or someone you know is interested in this position, please send your resume with qualifications and 2 references to amykschulien@gmail.com or call 860-957-7085.

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