Position Title: Operations Coordinator
Position Status: 20-25 hours per month
Reports to: Board of Directors
Organizational Mission: PRI Cold Climate is a 501c3 nonprofit; PRI’s mission is to design and demonstrate permaculture systems for living sustainably in colder climates for individuals and organizations working toward healthy communities and ecosystems.
Position Start Date: December 7th, 2015
Position Description: The Operations Coordinator plays a key role in managing day-to-day operations of PRI Cold Climate. The Board will support the Coordinator’s work and will provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. The Board’s relationship with this coordinator is one of partnership, and the active involvement and support of the Board is both critical and expected.
• Education Program Coordination: Active recruitment of PRI programming. Ensure smooth operation of PRI’s educational programming and provide ongoing support to program participants. Submit all grant reporting (Feb & Aug) for PRI educational programs on time. Support PRI educational partnerships
• Operations: Serve as first point of contact for the organization. Coordinate Board of Directors and committees. Assist with project management and office management as well as fundraising and donor management.
• Administrative Support: Provide administrative support to PRI’s educational programming including, but not limited to website updating and maintenance, listserv coordination, database maintenance, internal filing systems, and managing grant reporting
• If time allows, other duties as assigned
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