OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR & MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR POSITION
Job Description: This is a part-time professional position which serves as a public face of the organization and handles the logistics of day-to-day operations in the office of this growing environmental non-profit. The administrator manages and updates information from our donor/member/volunteer/partner database using Bloomerang (CRM software); manages logistics of our yearly donation appeal, and manages and maintains our website. The administrator will also be heavily involved in membership development; maintain compliance reports and applications; manage our small travelling bookstore and serve as receptionist.
Requirements and Qualifications:
- Comprehensive experience with Bloomerang or other CRM including ability to maintain donor, membership and volunteer records
- Great written communicator and excellent at relationship building skills
- Hyper-organized and detail oriented
- Several years experience working with membership programs
- Experience with WordPress and website maintenance
- Great at finding ways to make things more efficient
- Experience writing press releases and media management a plus
- Experience working with nonprofits desired
Terms of employment: This is currently a part-time position that the organization plans to upgrade to full-time as funds become available. Pay rate and work schedule are negotiable and commensurate with skills and experience. Preferred start date: March 1, 2021. Please submit applications ASAP, however the position will remain open until a selection is made. The position work location is at the Detroit Audubon office at 4605 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI.
How to Apply: Interested parties should send a cover letter, resume, and three letters of reference to Rochelle Breitenbach, President, Detroit Audubon firstname.lastname@example.org
Detroit Audubon serves its 6000+ members mainly through the efforts of its volunteers. The only qualification necessary is a desire to assist Detroit Audubon in its mission to promote the protection and enjoyment of birds and nature.
Research Volunteering Positions:
If you are interested in volunteering with Detroit Audubon on any of the Research Projects below, please contact Ava Landgraf our Research Coordinator at email@example.com or 313-800-1578.
We are looking for volunteers who would be interested in monitoring buildings in SE Michigan during Spring and Fall migration. This would involve the collection of bird specimens and the possible handling of injured birds to transport them safely to a Wildlife Rehabilitation Facility. Necessary training will be provided. For more information about Safe Passage, please click here.
We are looking for experienced birders to help with our Grassland Bird Surveys, which are conducted once a week each June. For more information about our Grassland Bird Monitoring project, please click here.
Don’t have much experience with bird identification? Attend one of our field trips for some training!
We are looking for volunteers that are interested in joining our Research Coordinator in St. Clare Flats for a full day of monitoring efforts. These monitoring efforts will be done two days per week from mid-May until the end of July. This will involve being exposed to the elements in a boat for up to 6 hours per day, while monitoring Black Tern nests, chicks and adults. Necessary training will be provided. Click here for more information about our Black Tern Monitoring Project.
Education Volunteering Positions:
If you are interested in volunteering with Detroit Audubon on any of the Education Projects below, please contact our Program Coordinator, Sarah Halson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-960-3399.
We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us with our public education events and tabling events! This would involve helping us set-up and take down information tables, help with craft preparation, our traveling bookstore, and of course participate in some education and outreach about Detroit Audubon and bird conservation! To learn more about our Public Programs, click here.
Detroit Audubon is seeking experienced birders to lead some of our field trips for 2020. Our calendar of events is posted here!
We need volunteers to help us with event planning! Working with caterers, helping us decorate a venue, preparing for an event, and working at an event are all ways you can lend a hand!
Detroit Audubon’s seasonal newsletter, the Flyway, includes articles and photographs describing our many programs, events and research projects throughout the year. Getting a volunteer photographer to attend some of our events would be a big help! If you are interested in science writing or natural resources and bird conservation writing, we would love to hear from you! To check out our latest Flyway, click here.
Administrative Volunteering Positions:
If you are interested in volunteering with Detroit Audubon on any of the Administrative Projects below, please contact Noah Levinson, our Office Administrator at email@example.com or at 313-588-1015.
Help in our Midtown Office
Our Office Administrator needs help with processing Thank You Letters and Welcome Letters that go out to our members each month. Getting assistance with general office organization, filing, and cleanliness would is also needed and would be much appreciated.
Provide Marketing or Website Development Expertise
Are you a budding web-developer with WordPress and CSS experience? Or someone with an email or social media marketing background? We’d love to get your help!
Become a Board or Committee Member
If you are interested in volunteering with Detroit Audubon as a Board Member or Committee Member, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-588-1015.