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Nonprofit Operations Coordinator

Friends of Lafayette House

Lafayette House is a 12-bed group home located in Portsmouth, NH. Lafayette House empowers adults with developmental disabilities to create meaningful and connected lives. 

We are currently seeking a professional, innovative and enthusiastic Operations Coordinator for our 12-bed group home.  We are seeking someone who is self-directed and organized who possess office administration experience. The Operations Coordinator will work closely with the Board of Directors to oversee all administrative areas of the organization, ensuring that we are operating efficiently and effectively to meet organizational goals.

This is a part-time, non-clinical role. Passionate people with a positive attitude, great work ethic, and willingness to learn are encouraged to apply! 

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of related experience
  • Demonstrated ability for strong communications, administrative and event planning skills along with public speaking and writing.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage administrative processes, including financial entries and bookkeeping.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and sustain community relationships/partnerships.

Software proficiency:
Microsoft Office suite, Quickbooks, Bloomerang, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Squarespace, and other programs; either proficient in their use or eager to learn.

Final applicants will be required to pass a thorough background check.


Key Accountabilities:

  • Organize, create timeline, manage documentation, and assist with process to ensure compliance with requirements set forth by HUD, DHHS, USHC, and any other relevant organizations. Requirements include assisting with re-certifications, annual Management and Occupancy review, inspections, submission of annual documentation, financial reporting, and any other necessary guidelines set forth by relevant organizations.
  • Generate excitement and expand awareness of Lafayette House by managing social media and web presence.
  • Recruit and develop local volunteer leaders to achieve organizational goals.
  • Manage basic bookkeeping for the organization, including management of banking and fundraising accounts.
  • Manage donor records and cultivate donor relationships.
  • Manage and update documentation including employee handbook, resident handbook, operations manual and other operational documents.
  • Oversee the accurate entry of payroll and benefits paperwork.
  • Update Board of Directors regularly on financial statements.
  • Assist in planning and organization of fundraising and volunteer events.
  • Maintain regular, ongoing communication updates with Board of Directors and residents’ families.
  • Ability to manage financial accounts, coordinate documentation and records, and complete basic bookkeeping.
  • Ability to complete administrative tasks such as mail merge and data entry.
How to Apply:

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

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Date Added: August 21, 2019

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