Administrative Manager - Part-time, approximately 16 hours/week

Position Summary


CHEER is seeking an administration manager to develop and assist in implementing administrative operations policies and practices and conducting office and financial management. CHEER is an innovative and growing community based nonprofit that
conducts community organizing, health, youth development, community development and civic participation programs and activities. CHEER employs a staff of 12 part time employees and a larger number of volunteers. This position requires 16 hours per
week.

 

Duties and responsibilities (include, but are not limited to)

  • Negotiate and Manage service contracts for administrative needs

  • Participate in developing office and administrative procedures and practices to facilitate efficient administrative operations.

  • Oversee and participate in implementation of office and administrative policies and procedures.

  • Assist in processing payroll and entering financial information into spreadsheets and Quickbooks bookkeeping software.

  • Prepare invoices on grants and assemble documentation needed for program reporting.

  • Organize files and papers so that items and information can be retrieved and information and correspondence goes to the correct person.

  • Purchase supplies, materials and services as needed in the CHEER office, including telephone and internet service.

  • Participate in CHEER biweekly coordination meetings. 

  • At meetings take note of decisions made at bi-weekly coordination meeting, enter them into project management software or otherwise make these accessible for follow up and coordination.

  • Assist in preparing for and conducting CHEER events.

  • Maintain and manage CHEER communication lists

  • Answer phone calls, take messages, share information as needed.

  • Respond to office visitors to share information with clients/visitors as needed

  • Supervise office volunteers when needed.

  • Perform other duties as assigned 

Qualifications

  • Strong organization and management abilities

  • Good customer service skills: professional, friendly, and cheerful manner.

  • Familiarity with and commitment to supporting CHEER August 9, 2018

  • Resident of or strong connection to the Long Branch Takoma Park community

  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

  • Experience with book keeping concepts and practices, and tools, such as Quickbooks

  • Capability with Software

  • Knowledge of office and administration concepts, tools and technology

Compensation
 

This is a salaried position compensated at $16,640 per year ($20 per hour for 16 hours per week). This position offers comp time and two weeks of paid time off, but no health or retirement benefits.
 

Application Process
 

To apply, please complete the following application and submit your resume online through the website, or by email to ray@communitycheer.org . Please submit applications by August 31, 2018. If you have additional questions, please call (301) 589- 3633.
This position will remain open until filled.  The expected start date is in mid to late September 2018.  


Organization Summary
 

CHEER is an innovative and growing community based nonprofit serving the Long Branch/ Takoma Park community. Its mission is to provide people with the knowledge and ability to create healthy, thriving communities, especially in the neighborhoods that
bear the greatest burden of socio-economic inequity. We act as a facilitator and a catalyst in generating community driven activities to fulfill community defined goals for health, housing, community development, and youth development. CHEER is the
convening partner for the Long Branch Healthy Food Access Program, and part of the County-wide Food is Medicine initiative.​

8545 Piney Branch Road, Suite H
Silver Spring, MD 20901

Phone: 301.589.3633

Fax: 240.670.7417

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