PURPOSE OF VOLUNTEER POSITION:
Every facet of IRC training requires some level of support from a financial and administrative standpoint. This volunteer will help with check distribution, timely administrative bill pay, diligence and reporting, and day-to-day office support.
- 15 hours a week, completed in 2 days Wednesday and Thursday; 9 am – 4:30 pm
- IRC is flexible with accommodating schedules, altering time-off for classes, jobs, and/or holidays etc.
- Assist with some stages of check processing
- Assist with researching, follow-up and resolving outstanding checks
- Assist in the inventory and procurement of supplies
- Assist in maintaining and creating vendor files
- Troubleshoot IT issues as they arise
- Any other duties as assigned
- Follow the “IRC Way” of policies and conduct
- Meet scheduled weekly/monthly commitment
- Perform all required tasks and functions
- Admin Support Volunteer(s) will NOT have access to office and files when the supervisor is NOT present.
We ask that candidates have the following qualities:
- Commitment to the goals and philosophy of IRC
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word.
- Strong attention to detail for filing
- Understanding of Microsoft Excel functions and tables
- Must be hardworking and self-motivated
This position reports to the Senior Finance Coordinator
- Submit an online application here.
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