Bainbridge Island Land Trust seeks
ADMINISTRATOR to become part of our team working to help fulfill our
mission: to preserve and steward the
diverse natural environment of Bainbridge Island for the benefit of all. The
position includes administrative duties that support the mission and operations
of the Bainbridge Island Land Trust (BILT).
The work includes office coordination and administrative support to
staff members; event planning and implementation; bookkeeping and membership
database entry and reporting; and BILT program assistance and
coordination. This position reports to the Executive Director and includes the following main functions:
administrative support to the Executive Director, Board of Directors and other
BILT staff, including producing and maintaining meeting records, scheduling,
and maintaining both written and electronic files.
- Manage day to day
banking and business related tasks, and help manage grant financial records.
- Provide office
administration and community outreach support including processing of incoming
and outgoing mail; email and web based communications; newsletter development
and production; and maintenance of BILT's website and social media platforms. Serve as staff liaison to Outreach Committee.
- Maintain and
coordinate office equipment, supplies, and filing systems. Plan, coordinate and staff special Land Trust
- Assist with
office and event volunteer recruitment, coordination and tracking.
- Assist contract
bookkeeper in performing income and expense data entry and reporting.
membership and fundraising activities including Salesforce database use and
The Office Administrator should
be personable, organized and able to work independently. Candidate should have strong written and
verbal communication skills; excellent computer and office skills including
Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint); and ability to work with
staff, our 15-member Board of Directors, and volunteers. Preference will be given to candidates with experience
in Salesforce customer relationship management database and Quickbooks. Must be able to manage confidential
information with discretion and integrity.
Position requires occasional
evening and weekend work and the physical ability to pick up and move materials
weighing up to 30 pounds. A valid driver's license and background check
required. Use of vehicle required at
times. Strong conservation ethic
preferred. Familiarity with Bainbridge
Island a plus.
work week 28 to 35 hours per week, depending on qualifications. Occasional
additional hours as events require.
Island Land Trust is an Accredited Land Trust. To learn more about our
organization and what we do, visit www.bi-landtrust.org
FORWARD COVER LETTER AND RESUME BY August 21, 2015 to: