Administrative Assistant (Part-Time) - TMI Project

TMI Project is an equal employment opportunity employer. We seek a broad and diverse pool of candidates. We strongly believe the diversity of our workforce is essential to accomplishing our mission. We also believe it is crucial to have a workforce and leadership that reflect the communities we serve. We look forward to getting to know more about you, your experience, and your passions through this application process.

Administrative Assistant (Part-Time)

TMI Project is looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant to help manage and support TMI Project’s staff and contractors and the organization’s day-to-day operations. 15-20 hour/week position. Starting wage between $16-$20/hour, based on prior experience. Hours can be flexible but some evenings and weekends are required for special events.

Reports to: Executive Director + Operations & Programs Manager

Purpose: To help manage and support the day-to-day operations of a small but robust nonprofit organization.

Essential Functions (including but not limited to):

  • Maintain a functional office and purchase organizational supplies
  • Maintain organizational files and documents
  • Coordinate and maintain the CRM (donor database)
  • Draft newsletters and email correspondence for our subscribers
  • Schedule online event calendar submissions
  • Draft newsletters and email correspondence for our subscribers
  • Schedule online event calendar submissions 
  • Coordinate and schedule appointments, meetings, workshops, and events
  • Assist with programmatic and partner research
  • Manage communication with storytellers, workshop leaders, and liaisons at partner organizations
  • Create and maintain event briefs
  • Assist with the creation/scheduling of social media content (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram)
  • Perform basic bookkeeping tasks
  • Perform general support as needed


Qualifications:

  • Hold a strong conviction that storytelling is social justice, and by joining forces with TMI Project, you will help us change the world one story at a time
  • Be an advocate and ambassador for TMI Project — be well-versed in our history, mission, and vision
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize in a dynamic office/remote hybrid work environment
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to work as a team member with minimal supervision
  • Ability to develop effective work plans, organize details, set priorities, and meet deadlines
  • Experience with Google Drive, Quickbooks, Buffer, Slack, and CRM software (Salsa or a similar)
  • Minimum two-three years related non-profit admin assistant experience a plus

After carefully reviewing the above description and requirements, qualified individuals are invited to apply by completing this form and submitting a resume and well-crafted cover letter. The cover letter will also serve as a writing sample. All applicants should have a strong work ethic and be self-starters, organized and reliable.

To apply, please fill out the form below.

About TMI Project:

TMI Project’s mission is to help craft and amplify radically true stories to ignite human connection, challenge the status quo, and inspire both storytellers and listeners to take action for positive social change.

We do this by:

  • Teaching true storytelling workshops which culminate in live performances and digital content that focus on the “too much information” parts of a story typically left out because of shame, stigma, fear, or cultural expectation.
  • Centering our programming around four social justice initiatives: Anti-Racism, Gender Equality, LGBTQIA+ Rights, and Mental Health Awareness.
  • Partnering with schools, nonprofits, small businesses, and corporations to work with directly impacted folks, students, emerging and veteran activists, and leaders.
  • Shining the spotlight on the stories that may not be featured in mainstream media or recognized in history books but have the power to change the world.

Since 2010, TMI Project has led more than 100 true storytelling workshops and staged live storytelling performances by nearly 2,000 storytellers, which have been presented to audiences of over 100,000 people in schools, colleges, prisons, mental health clinics, theaters, community centers, the United Nations and online.

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