The Education Administrative Assistant (EAA) will work directly with other key Education and Farm staff to ensure the effective management and delivery of farm-based educational experiences for our program participants and event attendees. This position will be responsible for all aspects of the office organization and administrative duties of the Education Department at Wolfe’s Neck Farm. The EAA will work closely with several staff members at the farm to ensure programs and events are well integrated with other programs and departments. The Education Administrative Assistant is integral to all aspects of development and coordination of Education programs and initiatives at Wolfe’s Neck Farm. This position is part-time, year-round with the potential to grow into full time.
1. Assist the Director of Education and Education Staff by providing office and organizational support
2. Maintain databases and files of all Education programs and initiatives and program participants
3. Ensure that invoices for education programs are recorded and paid on a timely basis
4. Generate and share monthly registration reports for all Education programs throughout the year.
5. Maintains the central calendar for all the farm’s education related events occurring on and off the farm
6. Assists in the planning and implementation of Wolfe’s Neck Farm’s Spring and Fall Festival and various community events throughout the year.
7. Assist with the marketing, outreach and communications, including social media and web-based communications for educational programs and events.
8. Assist the Director of Education with grant applications and funding requests
9. Additional duties and responsibilities as assigned
• Proven organizational skills (experience with non-profit organizations is desired, but not required)
• Proven computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office, Word Press (or other CMS), Facebook and other social media outlets
• Strong interpersonal skills and strong communication (both verbal and written)
• An interest in sustainable agriculture, experiential education and the natural environment.
• Ability to work well independently and collaboratively with others, particularly in a team-based work environment
• Ability to work some weekend hours throughout the year
• Desire to be part of a dynamic work environment and a growing non-profit organization
This is a part-time, year-round position with flexible hours that offers a competitive hourly wage, earned vacation time, and the option to participate in group health and dental insurance.
Send a cover letter and resume to Eric Tadlock, Director of Education.
Wolfe’s Neck Farm Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in the workplace.