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Posted: 05/20/2010

Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

Program and Administrative Associate
Professional Opportunity
New York, NY

GVSHP seeks a highly-organized, detail-oriented, energetic self-starter to assist a growing non-profit organization with educational, advocacy, administrative, and fundraising projects.

Duties include:

• planning and coordinating adult educational programs and events

• managing children’s education program

• assistance with management and upkeep of membership database

• designing of printed and electronic materials

• responding to research and informational requests

• tracking and seeking resolution of landmark and zoning violations

• coordinating mailing and printing jobs

• management and recruitment of interns and volunteers

• general clerical duties and management of office supplies and equipment

• assistance with logistics for special fundraising events

• managing social networking efforts

Applicant should have a BA and a strong interest in the educational, research, programming, preservation, and advocacy work of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. Strong writing and computer skills are a must. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, Dreamweaver or other web design programs, database applications, and document layout programs is especially helpful. Strong organizational skills and a proven track record of managing and completing projects in a fast-paced work environment are a must. Ability to juggle multiple tasks and maintain flexibility is key. 40+ hrs./week, with occasional weekend and evening work. Compensation package includes full medical benefits, vacation, etc.

OPen until
none given

How to apply
Send resume and cover letter to GVSHP, 232 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003. E-mailed and faxed resumes will NOT be accepted.

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