[MCN] Hiring an office assistant at Ecology Project International
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Mon Feb 6 17:45:00 EST 2017
Ecology Project International's Yellowstone Program is hiring a temporary office assistant. Please read below for details about this opportunity to join an organization that Outside Magazine ranked the 24th Best Place to Work in 2016.
Job Summary: The Yellowstone Program office assistant will support the Yellowstone Program’s course delivery by supporting the team’s permanent staff in completing routine office tasks and projects (i.e. printing, scanning, collating, shredding, around town errands). This part-time, temporary position will require 15 hours per week February through April to support the Yellowstone winter program and 30 hours per week May through August to support the Yellowstone summer program and Bitterroot Wildlife Internship program.
* Proficiency with Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint);
* Prior experience working with paperwork systems;
* Must be willing to work hard and actively participate as part of a team;
* Legally able to work in the US;
* Ability to handle participant and organization information confidentially;
* English fluency.
* Valid driver’s license with insurable driving record;
* Minimum 21 years of age.
Schedule and Location: This position is based at EPI’s Missoula, Montana office and is a temporary position. Term of contract will be February 20 – August 31. Exact schedule will be determined with selected candidate, and will total 15 hours per week January – April and 30 hours per week May – August.
Compensation: ($9)/hour. This temporary position is not eligible for a benefits package.
Questions can be directed to: Erin Clark, Yellowstone program manager, at erindc at ecologyproject.org<mailto:erindc at ecologyproject.org> or 406-721-8784 x211
To apply: Click here to apply<https://ecologyproject.submittable.com/submit/77598/yellowstone-office-assistant>. Applications will only be accepted electronically.
About Ecology Project International (EPI): EPI is an international non-profit organization dedicated to addressing critical conservation issues through field-based partnerships between local experts and high school students. We engage adolescent youth from local communities and visiting youth from other regions in applied hands-on science and conservation as they learn about and help protect threatened species and habitats. Through EPI’s programs in five countries throughout the U.S. and Latin America, teens are inspired and empowered to engage in conservation efforts at home and worldwide to become the next generation of conservation leaders. More information can be found at www.ecologyproject.org<http://www.ecologyproject.org>
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