Part-time (Bilingual) Program Assistant Thursday, March 23, 2017
Community Partners seeks a Bilingual (Spanish) Program Assistant to support the Healthy Eating Active Living and Thriving Schools Partnership Program Team with a range of activities that support our partnership coordination, communications, learning events and technical assistance program.
While final job duties will be determined based on the candidates’ strengths, the Program Assistant will generally be expected to:
- Maintain communication with funder, evaluation and site partners
- Prepare, send, and manage email communications to partners, including monthly newsletter
- Assist other team members in preparing and formatting documents, including PowerPoint presentations, proposals, timelines, reports, surveys and e-blasts
- Help maintain the database to update the progress of various projects, revise contact information, and generate reports
- Track project expenses and prepare project expense reports
- Coordinate, schedule, conduct outreach and provide logistical support for meetings, trainings, workshops, consultations and other convenings
- Prepare materials, administer registration and day-of-event logistics and conduct follow-up event evaluation tasks
- Take notes at meetings, workshops, and other convenings
- Handle general clerical duties including copying, faxing, filing, data entry, and mailings
- Travel to meetings, conferences, and other work-related events
- A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, with some administrative assistant experience strongly preferred
- Excellent organizational, analytical, and written/oral communication skills
- Attention to detail, with the ability to plan well ahead of routine deadlines and anticipate administrative support needs
- Ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines
- Ability to identify issues, obstacles, and opportunities and then develop and implement effective solutions
- Ability to conduct basic online research to assist with scheduling, coordinating meetings and other duties
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Ability to work with diverse groups and in a team environment
- Ability and willingness to work occasional evenings and Saturdays
- Proficiency in spoken and written Spanish
- Interest and/or experience in health and wellness policy advocacy and community-based programs
- Experience or familiarity with online services such as SurveyMonkey, Constant Contact, GoToMeeting
- Experience or familiarity working on learning programs and events
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Senior Contracts Associate Monday, March 13, 2017
Community Partners seeks a Senior Contracts Associate. Reporting to the Director of Grants and Risk Management, this position supports the department in reviewing and drafting contracts and other related activities as assigned.
While final job duties will be determined based on the candidates' strengths, the Senior Contracts Associate will generally be expected to:
- Negotiate, write, review, summarize, research and execute a wide variety of agreements and business contracts.
- Provide support for governance and compliance issues including compliance with federal and state laws and regulations.
- Participate in the definition and development of organizational policies, procedures, and programs.
- Provide support and training to management on legal issues and company policies.
- Identify and analyze legal issues, draft key documents, present recommendations, and assure legal compliance.
- Drive and support efforts to reduce outside counsel spending.
- Manage various projects and other duties as assigned by supervisor.
- Travel to meetings, conferences, and other work-related events.
- Bachelor's degree
- A minimum of 7 years contracts experience in legal or business environment.
- Excellent organizational, analytical, and written/oral communication skills.
- Attention to detail, with the ability to plan well ahead of routine deadlines and anticipate administrative support needs.
- Ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines.
- Ability to identify issues, obstacles, and opportunities and then develop and implement effective solutions.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
- The ability to work with diverse groups and in a collaborative team environment.
- Master's Degree
- Experience in the nonprofit sector
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