POSTING DATE: July 15, 2023
CLOSING DATE: Open until filled
POSITION: Operations Coordinator
HOURS: 30-40 hours/week
LOCATION: Sisters, Oregon
PAY RANGE: $20-25 DOE
REQUIRED TO APPLY: Resume and Cover Letter
World’s Children is accepting applications for an Operations Coordinator. Do you like variety in your job? Do you like flexibility? Do you like to work in an office with the option to remote work some of the time?
The Operations Coordinator (OC) for World’s Children will learn everybody’s job because the OC is responsible for training new employees and will have the ability to help with whatever needs to be done. The OC supervises administrative staff and performs high level financial procedures and data management.
This is a great opportunity for an individual interested in non-profit administration, finance and database management with the potential for career advancement while serving a worthy cause.
IRS 990, compliance and audit oversight
Liaison with accountant and attorney
Overseas wire disbursements
Communication with sponsors and donors
Reports and tracking
World’s Children Programs
Bulk mailings and postage machine
World’s Children has served orphans and vulnerable children around the globe since 1965. We currently support vulnerable children in India, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Mexico, Haiti, Kenya, Zambia, Rwanda and Ukraine through a sponsorship program. We also provide educational opportunities including college scholarships and vocational training to disadvantaged students where our programs are located.
It is rewarding to see children from unfortunate beginnings grow up in a healthy loving environment—knowing all the while that you were a part of it.
Learn more about our work: https://worldschildren.org/
Email your resume,cover letter and your LinkedIn Profile URL to:
Those selected for further consideration will be invited to an interview either in person or via Zoom. At that time we will also ask you to provide examples of your work and professional and work-related references.
Employment in this position is contingent upon a satisfactory background check.
No phone calls please.
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