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Kindah Foundation, Inc.
Posted: November 21 2014
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DescriptionKINDAH™ FOUNDATION, INC., IS A 501(C)(3) GLOBAL NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION AND COMMUNITY LEADER IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN AND GIRLS. WE ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT BREAKING EDUCATIONAL BARRIERS, AND ERADICATING CERVICAL AND OVARIAN CANCER, THROUGH EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH, AWARENESS, MENTORSHIP, HOLISTIC WELLNESS LIVING, SURVIVOR HEALING SUPPORT, AND ADVOCACY RESOURCE SERVICES. WE’RE A GLOBAL COMMUNITY THAT BELIEVES EVERY GIRL NO MATTER WHERE SHE RESIDE DESERVES ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION. IT IS OUR MISSION TO INSPIRE HOPE AND EMPOWER CHANGE. WE FIND OUR TRIBES AND BUILD COMMUNITIES OF ABUNDANCE BY CONNECTING LOCALLY TO BUILD GLOBALLY.
Start Date: Feb 2016 Spring or for Summer May 30, 2016
Compensation: School Credit
Commitment: Minimum 15 hours a week
Responsibilities Performs administrative duties for executive management (e.g. screening calls; managing calendars; making travel, meeting and event arrangements; preparing reports and financial data; record board conference meeting, provide support yo volunteers and other board members; and client relations).
-Monitor office phones, deliveries, and email
-Assist with social media outreach and monitoring
-Conduct ongoing research projects
-Compile data and maintain various organizational databases
-Work with APJ staff in a support capacity to address other needs and projects as they arise
-Scheduling appointments for the board members
Requirements- They must be highly motivated and energetic
- They should be willing to work hard and do a lot of leg work
- They must have good communication and interpersonal skills
- Negotiation skills are a plus but not required
- Comfortable working with computers
- Must be available a minimum 10-15 hrs per week
•Declared major in any of the following areas: Business, Business Administration, Public Relations, Public Administration, Organizational Communication, Communication Studies, Interpersonal Communications, and Marketing.
•Excellent and courteous phone skills
•Excellent time management and prioritization skills
•Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
•Proficient with all aspects of Microsoft Office
•Ability to multitask
•Strong work and service ethic
•Interested in networking and developing relationships with corporate executives, volunteers and interns.
•Strong academic record
Exhibits strong computer and Internet research skills, flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside clients and vendors.