Jeremiah Program Fargo-Moorhead is seeking a highly motivated self-starter to support special events and volunteer activities within the Development Department.
Jeremiah Program Fargo-Moorhead is seeking a highly motivated self-starter to support special events and volunteer activities within the Development Department. The ideal candidate will demonstrate skills and interest in event planning and volunteer coordination, key competencies for individuals seeking careers in employee relations, community relations, public relations and/or volunteer services. The Fargo-Moorhead campus is one of seven locations within Jeremiah Program, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a 20-year history of developing services designed to break the poverty cycle among single mothers and create prosperity two generations at a time. Individuals must have a strong work ethic, be comfortable in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and demonstrate a willingness to grow professionally.
Attend and participate in event-related activities and planning meetings.
Assist with tracking and monitoring key event activities and progress (i.e., logistics, marketing, sponsorship procurement).
Provide administrative support to the event coordinator via pick up, delivery, print production and/or organization of key event materials such as registration lists, event sitemaps, table signs, decor, signs, and auction items.
Assist the development team with setting up, tearing down and coordinating various event logistics such as registration, greeting and raffle ticket sales.
Promote Jeremiah Program events through researching and posting on local event calendars.
Assist with database management such as vetting required information, communicating with event attendees, and entering key data (e.g., registration, auction items, and sponsorship).
Assist in recruiting, orienting and onboarding volunteers.
Assist with communication to volunteers including schedule changes, welcoming new volunteers, etc.
Assist with collecting and maintaining volunteer information through Volunteer Hub, our volunteer database.
C. Other duties as assigned
Creativity and a can-do attitude.
Self-starter with strong attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and demonstrated ability to be flexible in work assignments.
Proven writing, editing, and proofreading skills.
Research and information compilation abilities.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills and a collaborative work style.
Proficiency in use of Microsoft Office Suite; especially Excel and Word.
Objectivity and confidentiality.
High school diploma required. Post-secondary education preferred.
Prior interning experience is not required.
This is an unpaid position. College credit may be available depending on the requirements of your college or university.
Please send your resume and (optional) cover letter via email at .
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Minneapolis, MN 55413