The New York Center for Children seeks a highly motivated team player to assist with the growth and success of our dynamic organization. The Executive Assistant will provide key support to busy Executive Director in all areas, including fundraising, communications and administration. Minimum 3 years administrative experience, passion for the cause, and outstanding communication skills. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred. Compensation: $40,000 range plus benefits.
Please send a detailed cover letter explaining why you would be a good fit for the position with your resume to: email@example.com
Fundraising and Development Support:
· Grant reporting (program and financial)
· Grant support (outreach, applications and research new opportunities)
· Donor Recognition – Track donations and write acknowledgement letters to donors
· Support NYCC fundraising events (Board and Junior Board)
· Assist with donor prospect research and outreach etc.
· Handle repairs, equipment, computers, updating voice mail, etc.
· Order supplies and materials as needed
· Assist with reception and other office management as needed
· Responsible for managing and updating social media, eblasts, marketing, website, etc.
· Assist with training, orientation and onboarding of new staff and students
Accounts Management for Bookkeeping:
· Prepare bills for payment, prepare deposits, documentation, etc.
· Assist with scheduling trainings, assist with medical students
· Assist with organization of NYCC annual conference
· Professional outreach and support of professional partnerships (including attending meetings)
· Assistance on client events (holiday party, corporate volunteering and special events)
· General program and administrative support
· Volunteer screening
· B.A. plus minimum 3 years experience
· Creative problem solver
· Bilingual preferred
NYCC is the only independent center in New York City to provide free, comprehensive evaluation and therapy services to child victims of physical and sexual abuse and their families, for as long as their healing requires. Having served more than 15,000 children and their families, NYCC also delivers groundbreaking training programs on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of child abuse.