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Site Coordinator (part-time)
Summary
Title:Site Coordinator (part-time)
ID:2255
Job Type:Part-time/non-exempt (hourly)
Company:RDV Staffing
Description
The Opportunity

This position will be responsible for providing consistent site coordination and administrative support for the SpringGR (SGR) Leadership Team.  This is a part-time position, working 20 hours/week with some evenings required. 

What is SpringGR?
SpringGR is a business training experience for entrepreneurs with an idea to start and succeed in their own business.  SpringGR works together one evening a week for 12 weeks to give entrepreneurs the tools and confidence to turn their idea into a real business.  Alumni of the program work with business coaches, have access to events, specialized learning, and networking opportunities for up to two years.  To learn more about SpringGR, visit their website at www.springgr.com. 

Duties and Responsibilities

SpringGR Site Coordination

  • Plan and implement the logistics for trainings, meetings and events related to SGR, including assisting with the Network Wide Graduation event.
  • Coordinate and set up (if needed) space for SGR class sessions.
  • Arrange for drinks, dinner and snacks for each site each time they meet.
  • Confirm & arrange speakers for classes coordinating with SGR Leadership.
  • Work with site/SGR to arrange nursery/childcare for participants if needed.
  • Participate and attend classes to support participants, coach and facilitator. 
  • Record attendance, payments and other records in Sales Force for current participants.
  • Collect payments for the class.
  • Record customer counts at each site. 
  • Order class supplies and curriculum.
  • Communicate as requested to current class participants via text or email. 
  • Organize and maintain contact lists in Sales Force including special speaker lists, coaches and mentors.    
  • Coordinate Site Celebrations with site staff and SGR Team. 
  • Assist with data collection and reporting of SGR participants and graduates.

General Support

  • Provide the following administrative support for the SGR Leadership Team: 
    • Schedule SGR events, coordinate meeting space and other logistics.
    • Organize documents and historical records.
    • Attend meetings to record notes, complete expense reports and other general office duties as requested. 
Elements of Success
  • Business or related college degree preferred and/or a minimum of three to five years of administrative assistant experience in a business or non-profit environment required. 
  • Previous experience in not-for-profit setting and/or community affairs desirable. 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications, English grammar, spelling, punctuation and composition skills.
  • A good understanding of general office practices, procedures, and office equipment.
  • Excellent organizational skills with ability to initiate, prioritize, follow through on projects, and work independently.
  • Exceptional attention to detail and strong ability to anticipate the needs of staff.
  • Demonstrated ability to interface effectively with a variety of people; personal demeanor which is mature, courteous, cheerful, and gracious.
  • Demonstrated experience or an understanding of relationships and networking in multi-cultural contexts.
  • Flexibility to attend evening events and occasionally travel out of town.
Essential Physical Demands
  • Must be able to operate an automobile and be in possession of a valid driver’s license.
  • Ability to lift/transport boxes of up to thirty (30) pounds.
  • Ability to climb steps and stairs, bend, and kneel.
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