Details: Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.
240 2nd Ave S
This position is typified by broad responsibilities and requires a mature understanding of how to: provide support for the Executive Director; manage office logistics for an effective and efficient environment; project clear, professional and positive communications with trustees, staff, volunteers, donors, and visitors; and maintain confidentiality with all organization-related information.
This year-round, 40-hour per week position reports to the Executive Director in the Seattle Office with occasional travel to campus (Stanwood, WA), and to board meetings, donor cultivation events and conferences outside of Seattle.
Serve a variety of roles including office logistics management, administrative support for Executive Director, and support for Seattle staff with basic office tasks as required. Work with the Executive Director to manage the Board of Trustees activities including: preparing and maintaining trustee and committee meetings calendars, agendas, manuals, notices, minutes, and corporate records as required. Provide administrative support for the organization and/or the Seattle office including organizing staff meetings and events, ordering supplies, overseeing office equipment, acting as liaison with outsource vendor for Technology etc.
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, 2 plus years of office administrative experience in a nonprofit setting working with the Executive Director, staff donors, board members and volunteers. Experience with Microsoft based applications and general knowledge of PC functions including intermediate level ability with MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and introductory level ability with Raisers Edge desired. A background in art or work with artists while not required would be a plus.
Pilchuck does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, nationality or ethnic origin in employment or in artistic or educational programs.
Benefits include health insurance benefits, FSA plan, 401(k) retirement plan, long-term disability insurance, subsidized transportation pass, vacation and sick leave.
Level of Language Proficiency
Minimum Education Required