Out of the Darkness Walks Administrative Assistant
The Out of the Darkness Walks Administrative Assistant will work alongside the OOTD Walk Manager, under the supervision of the National Walk Director, to assist in the day to day operations of the department and to provide OOTD Walk-related support to Senior Division Directors.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Updates to Walk Websites
- Providing customer service to walk coordinators and participants including website and registration support, responding to general inquiries, and providing information about AFSPs fundraising and programmatic activities
- Placing material and t-shirt orders
- Dissemination of walk registration supplies
- Generation and distribution of event reports
- Assisting with email marketing and social media updates.
Assistant will be asked to take leadership roles in all facets of their duties, and will be encouraged to add their own voice and talents.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience working in a national nonprofit organization
- Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- Comfortable working both independently and collaboratively
- Strong problem solving skills
- Ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment with strong attention to detail
- Excellent customer service orientation and comfort interacting with a variety of audiences including staff, donors, board members, volunteers and the public
- Computer skills required: Internet Research, Microsoft Office programs. Previous CRM experience is helpful, but not required.
- Fundraising experience a plus
How to Apply
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South Carolina Associate Area Director (Part Time)
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) seeks qualified candidate for the position of Associate Area Director for South Carolina.
This part time position (20 hours per week) is responsible for organizing and implementing the fundraising events, securing sponsorships, and grant writing throughout South Carolina.
Specific responsibilities include recruiting, organizing, and supervising volunteers for local events, attending to logistical details, securing sponsorships, supervising the actual events, and volunteer recruitment. Position will work out of a home office and must be willing to travel throughout the chapter service area.
Experience running events in a national nonprofit organization, preferably a health-related organization with chapters. Demonstrated skills in volunteer organization and development, budgeting and planning, and special events fund raising. Bachelor’s degree with strong interpersonal and communications skills required.
How to Apply
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