Website Shared Crossing Project
The Shared Crossing Project (SCP) is a small organization that prepares people for a conscious, connected, and loving end-of-life experience at any stage of life. We are in a period of growth, part of which includes an upcoming book with Simon & Schuster to be published in early 2022.
The Shared Crossing Project, its Founder and Executive Director are looking for a program administrator and personal assistant. This position is truly for a “King or Queen of Everything” as any given workday entails a variety of changing priorities according to the needs of the organization and executive director. Success in this position requires flexibility, an entrepreneurial spirit and the capacity to think creatively and collaboratively.
This position requires interacting with individuals enrolled in a variety of programs and curricula related to topics around death and dying. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate cultural competency and sensitivity around grief and bereavement. A minimum of 30 hours per week is required, as is access to reliable personal transportation.
Tech savviness is an absolute must!!
Under the supervision of the Founder/Executive Director, the Administrator/Personal Assistant will carry out specific objectives for the development and implementation of SCP’s programs and events. These include but are not limited to: administrative workflow and prioritization, utilization and management of software applications, effective and timely communications, problem solving, and time management.
-Responsible for managing various programs within the SCP
-Responsible for payroll/HR
-Office management including AR/AP
-Respond to personal assisting needs of Executive Director
-Excellent knowledge and use of technology, including website management, e-mail marketing, etc.
-Strong organizational skills
-Social media fluency
-Bachelor’s Degree preferred
-Minimum 2 years of administrative or project management experience
-Ability to work with minimal direct supervision with high accountability