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Administrative Assistant

Easterseals NH

Nonprofit and mission-driven, Easterseals New Hampshire is the 12th largest employer in the state and one of its largest social services providers. For over 84 years, we have been helping people of all ages and abilities through our 11 programs across the Granite State. We are known for our clinical expertise and person-centered care. Our work empowers individuals to improve their health and well-being, achieve greater independence, recover from substance use, develop life skills, access education, secure housing, find family, and connect with their communities.

Easterseals NH, VT & Farnum is seizing the future with intent. We are mission driven: We help people age in place, find paid employment, achieve sobriety, improve mobility, transition to independent living, develop life skills, access education, secure housing, find family, and connect with their communities.

We are looking for compassionate, motivated and dependable individuals to join our team and enrich the lives of the individuals we serve. We have an immediate need for a Part Time Administrative Assistant in Manchester, NH!

The successful candidate will support the daily operations of the development office, answer incoming calls, greet visitors and prepare correspondence. The ideal candidate will be a quick learner, have excellent computer skills and will support the agency by being responsible for the following duties:

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Prepare, file and maintain confidential documents related to budget, operational and personnel issues in an orderly fashion, accessible to authorized staff.
  • Coordinate internal and external correspondence and meetings with Board members, payers, other professionals and staff at all levels.
  • Distribute information and/or documentation that may be confidential in nature to appropriate staff within the agency or outside contacts as directed.
  • Maintain confidentiality and demonstrate appropriate discretion when representing or acting as a liaison for the supervisor with visitors and/or telephone contacts.
  • Maintain pleasant and appropriate interactions with program participants, visitors, home providers and agency staff.
  • Maintain accurate databases and provide reports from the information.
  • Sort and organize incoming mail and inter-agency documents.
  • Obtain information, files and additional documentation needed to prepare for meetings and presentations.
  • Manage and record supplies and equipment for program and/or department.

Hours: 20 – 25 hours per week Monday - Friday

  • High school education required, Associate’s degree preferred
  • Four years of directly related experience
  • Working knowledge of office methods, practices and operation of standard office equipment
  • Computer proficiency specifically with Microsoft Office products and Internet access
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation 
How to Apply:

Submit your application & resume here:


Salary Range:

$16.83 / hour

Job Location:


Date Added: April 28, 2022

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