Position for non-profit agency that provides mental health services at a community clinic and shelter and supportive services to the homeless and veteran populations. 40 hours per week
Responsibilities and tasks include providing comprehensive administrative assistance to Executive and Clinical Directors and agency administrative staff to support daily agency activities. Daily tasks include researching community resources; collection of data; assembling grant proposals; recording, processing, and billing client fees; maintaining and updating agency-wide contact list; and participating in health and safety procedure implementation. Responsibilities also include basic office administrative tasks such as copying, filing, entering data, preparing correspondence, restocking office supplies, answering phones, delivering documents, etc.
The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, excels at computer work and has experience providing administrative support in an office environment. The assistant must have a demonstrated ability to multi-task and must have a can-do, team-oriented approach to work. Experience with data collection preferred and/or a solid demonstrated ability to use complex software and Microsoft Excel for data collection. The position requires initiative, resourcefulness, and the ability to be self-directed and work autonomously. Bachelor’s degree required, preferred in psychology, social work, or counseling. Bi-lingual a plus but not required. A background check will be conducted. Candidate must be willing to make at least a one-year commitment.
Work hours are during the traditional work week of Monday – Friday, 9-6 although there will be occasional night time and weekend OT hours to assist with community events and emergent deadlines. Starting salary is $21 per hour with benefits and generous paid time off. Position begins asap. This is not a remote position.
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; ancestry; national origin; religion/creed; sex/sexual orientation; gender; gender identity/expression, transition; political affiliation or beliefs; disability, medical condition, generic information, marital status; military/veteran status; pregnancy and conditions related thereto.; or any other characteristic protected by law (as defined by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act — Government Code Section 12900-12996), except where such discrimination is based on a bona fide occupational qualification.