People First.

That’s how we see it at Talbot Mentors. Our people are all part of a family who embrace and celebrate each other’s authentic selves. We hire the right people for the job and help them find a place here where they can make the biggest impact. And we don’t stop there, we work hard to provide learning opportunities and a work environment that enrich employee’s lives and add value to the important work we do.

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program assistant - full time POSITION

We are looking for a smart, adaptive, and enthusiastic full-time Program Assistant. We will rely on your energy and dedication to support and enhance our service to children. Among other things, you'll be responsible for clerical support, office management, and volunteer coordination.

About Talbot Mentors

Talbot Mentors is a non-profit youth service organization in Easton, MD. We serve children by providing them with a one-on-one mentor. Our mentors are strong, positive role models who spend time each week with their mentee in order to provide encouragement, guidance, and friendship.


Job Description

As Program Assistant, we will rely on your energy and dedication to support and enhance our service to children. Among other things, you'll be responsible for clerical support, office management, and volunteer coordination.

A successful candidate will be detail-oriented and have high level of personal organization. The candidate’s ability to learn quickly, to adapt, and communicate effectively is equally important.

Above all, we are looking for someone who understands and strongly believes in the mission of Talbot Mentors. We are a team of energetic, motivated professionals and look forward to your application to join our growing team!

Responsibilities

  • Manage the efficient operation of the office (e.g., receiving and making calls, pick-up and delivery of mail, directing visitors, attending meetings as requested and taking minutes when applicable).

  • Serve as point person for purchasing duties including ordering supplies, inventory, and communicating with vendors to ensure accuracy of invoices for services.

  • Actively coordinate volunteers for various program activities by recruiting, purchasing materials, publicizing events to participants, and collecting feedback.

  • Assist staff in the planning, coordination, participation, and record keeping of all program activities.

  • Assist staff in maintaining online mentee database to ensure information is accurate and current.

  • Assist the Executive Director with grant submissions and grant reporting.

Qualifications

  • Associate’s Degree required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred

  • MS Office Suite proficiency required

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to organize, schedule and prioritize multiple tasks

  • Work well with a variety of people

  • Bilingual (ability to read and speak in Spanish fluently)