Gateway Women’s Care is seeking qualified applicants for the part-time position (approx. 32 hours/week) of Executive Administrator.
Applications and resumes may be emailed to email@example.com. For further information call the administrative office at 919-873-2440.
The Executive Administrator must be personable, possessing good communication skills and a passion to help advance the mission of Gateway Women’s Care. The successful applicant will work closely with the Executive team (President and Executive Director) and will be flexible, possessing the capacity to manage time, work independently and relate well with fellow staff members. The Executive Administrator must be detail oriented, while facilitating the ‘big picture’ of the organization.
Applicant must display/possess reporting skills and administrative writing skills; an ability to develop, manage and organize processes; skill in analyzing information, solving problems and verbally communicating; professionalism.
Technology skills – proficient in EXCEL, Microsoft Office, Google applications, and quick to learn new software and applications (WordPress, Mailchimp and Asana).
Must be able to communicate technological concepts to coworkers and be able to find solutions to technology issues.
Problem solver – Resolves administrative problems by highlighting and analyzing them, and identifying solutions.
Independent – Be able to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision
Detail oriented – Be able to take an idea and turn it into reality by focusing on the details required to accomplish a task.
Multi-tasking skills – ability to successfully manage numerous tasks, be able to thrive regardless of distractions
Professional Communication Skills– including appropriate use of phone and email etiquette
The Executive Administrator usually has a four-year college degree in business or other similar disciplines and relevant experience.
*Gateway Women’s Care is a registered non-profit 501©(3)
*See attached Job Description, Application form and Statement of Faith and Principle