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Arizona Nonprofit Community Report
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Arizona State University College of Public Programs

January 14, 2005

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What's New


The Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness - Social Enterprise
March 3 & 4

Register by January 31 and receive a $25 discount off the conference fee!

The Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management's 7th Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness will be held March 3 - 4, 2005. The topic for this Forum is Social Enterprise: building service capacity through non-traditional approaches and strategic thinking for long-range sustainability.

National and state social enterprise experts will offer their experiences and practical strategies for success. Get ready to ramp up your strategic partnerships with the advice of Bill Strickland, MacArthur Genius recipient and Founder & CEO of the Manchester Craft's Guild and Bidwell Training Centre in Pittsburgh PA. Learn what is driving grantmaker decisions from Kathleen Enright, Executive Director of the Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, Washington DC. Dream big for earned income with the inspiration of author and national fundraiser Andy Robinson.

The price to attend this conference is $125. For each organization attendee paying the full price, a board member from the same organization may attend at the discounted rate of $90. Click here to register for this years Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness.


Now Available! - Nonprofit Management Institute Spring 2005 Schedule

The Spring 2005 schedule of classes and workshops offered by the Nonprofit Management Institute is now available at our website with registration beginning immediately. Arizona State University continues its commitment to nonprofit professional development with an array of courses being offered at the Downtown Center.

Continuing education courses can be taken alone or as part of the Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Among the course offerings slated for the coming semester: Strategic Management , Results-Oriented Program Evaluation, Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations, Leadership and Ethics in the Nonprofit Sector, Press, Power & Politics, and Marketing for the Nonprofit Organization. Click here to receive more information or e-mail us at

The Nonprofit Excellence Enrichment Series continues through May with upcoming topics such as Marketing, Mission-Based Management, Social Entrepreneurship, Volunteer Management, and Strategic Alliances. Each three-hour seminar contains a video presentation on the topic from a leading national expert and includes facilitated group discussion and exercises. Click here to receive more information or e-mail us at




Historic Stone Avenue Temple Hires new Executive Director and Receives $50,000 Grant

The Historic Stone Avenue Temple has hired Eileen Warshaw as their new Executive Director. Ms. Warshaw has extensive background in managing historic nonprofit projects with a special emphasis on historic restoration projects. She has worked in historic projects in Denver, Miami, Asheville, North Carolina as well as in Ireland. The Historic Stone Avenue Temple is the first synagogue in the Southwest and is in the final phase of restoration.

The Historic Stone Avenue Temple has also received a $50,000 matching grant to complete the restoration of the historic structure. The 2 to 1 match will enable the final restoration and retirement of the restoration debt. The Historic Stone Avenue Temple is the first Jewish Synagogue in the Southwest, built in 1910 by German emigrants who were instrumental in the establishment of the modern Tucson area.


Volunteer Center of Maricopa County Hires New Director of Development

The Volunteer Center of Maricopa County has appointed Tracy L. DeGoey as director of development. Earlier, DeGoey was the donor relations manager for The Sojourner Center.


Tucson Nonprofits Invited to Apply for 2005 Achievement Awards

Nonprofit organizations in the Tucson metropolitan area are invited to apply for the 2005 Achievement Awards, a program of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.

Based on their achievements in the area of impact or innovation, twelve finalists will be selected with four recipients receiving top honors and a $5,000 cash award. Each remaining finalist will receive a $500 cash award. Awardees will be announced at a luncheon on Thursday, April 14, 2005 sponsored by Jim Click Automotive Team, Tucson Electric Power, Vance Foundation and many others.

Nonprofits and interested parties are encouraged to attend one of three informational workshops on Wednesday, January 19 at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, 2250 E. Broadway. Applications can be obtained at the workshop or by visiting the Foundation’s website at For questions or to register for a workshop, call (520) 770-0800.


Harvard Business School Club of Arizona offers Scholarship

The Harvard Business School Club of Arizona is offering a scholarship for state nonprofit leaders for the second year. The scholarship is open to senior executives of Arizona headquartered nonprofit service organizations with annual operating budgets of at least $750,000 and a minimum of 10 employees. Applicants should have primary responsibility for strategic planning, operations, and organizational development.

The scholarship is to attend the Executive Education Program at the Harvard Business School entitled Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management, from July 18 - 24, 2005. A course description can be found online at . The scholarship includes full tuition and round trip airfare. Applications must be submitted by January 31, 2005. For questions on criteria and to request an application, call Craig Jensen at (480) 502-8156 or email him at


Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona Announces LearningPoint Training Program

The Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona is excited to announce LearningPoint, an expanded training program designed to promote professionalism and excellence in volunteer and nonprofit management!

To learn more about LearningPoint, please visit the website at


Volunteer Center of Maricopa County Volunteer Management Training

Volunteer Management trainings are designed to provide information about starting and/or managing a volunteer program. This year, the Volunteer Center has expanded basic volunteer management trainings to include an overview (similar to the "original" Basic Volunteer Management training) and more in-depth training around volunteer recruitment, placing volunteers, orienting and training volunteers, supervising volunteers and evaluating your volunteer program.

All trainings are from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Trainings are $55 with discounts for Full and Affiliate Partners of the Volunteer Center as well as current AVACA members. The Volunteer Management training incorporates a curriculum developed by the Points of Light Foundation along with information from past Volunteer Center of Maricopa County trainings. You may sign up for the entire series or just register for specific topics. Remember, you must pre-register for all trainings! Visit for more information.




Nonprofit Management Institute - Strategic Management in Nonprofit Organizations
January 18, 20, & 25

This class offers the opportunity to explore the strategic management process and the nature of strategic decision making. Learn techniques to evaluate and develop organizational missions and goals, competitive positions, service programs and effective resource deployment. Study how to utilize agenda setting, strategic planning, strategy implementation and management of strategic change. Classes are scheduled for 5:30pm 9pm, and cost is $165.00

The instructor, Lance Decker, received an M.P.A. from Ohio State and is with L.L. Decker and Associates, Inc. He is a faculty associate at the Arizona State University School of Public Affairs. He was formerly a strategic planner for the City of Phoenix.

To learn more about this class or to register please click here.


The Organization for Nonprofit Executives (ONE) Luncheon
January 19

Please join ONE at their annual 'January Kick-Off' Luncheon. This is probably one of the most important meetings of the year because ONE is focusing on you, the members. Just like last year an annual survey will be distributed, and this will be your opportunity to let your voice be heard. Join a roundtable and discuss your ideas. Each table will have an interactive dialogue focusing on either a specific committee or membership benefits and goals.

Check In is from 11:30 to 12 noon and lunch and program will be from 12 noon to 1:30 pm. Cost is $25 for ONE Members and $40 for non-members. Click here for registration & more information.


Help 4 NonProfits (Tucson) - Building & Sustaining Programs in Tough Economic Times
January 19

The Help 4 NonProfits Sustainability Seminar is coming to Tucson! If you're worried about money in the short term, you cannot begin to aim at community impact for the long term. The Community-Driven Sustainability Model is a whole new way of grounding organizational sustainability in the reason your organization exists - improving the quality of life in your community. This one-day intensive session will show you how long term sustainability can move beyond your bank account, spreading into all levels of the organization, and on towards community impact. Session presenters Hildy Gottlieb and Dimitri Petropolis (Help 4 NonProfits & Tribes) pioneered this model out of frustration with nonprofits' ongoing struggle for dollars. Seating is limited.

Online registration at If you have any questions or comments please contact or call (520) 321-4433 x 201.


Make A Difference How to be a Great Nonprofit Board Member
January 20

What's the difference between a good board member and a GREAT board member?

How can you be sure that you are an asset to the board that you currently serve on, or one that you've been thinking of joining? Serving as a board member is one of the most challenging and rewarding of volunteer activities. Whether you’re already on a board or thinking about joining your first, this dynamic workshop led by a panel of experts from the private and nonprofit sectors will provide you with valuable information, tools and advice to enhance your experience and ensure that you can be a GREAT board member.

This session is FREE of charge and open to the public. This session will be held at the Boys & Girls Club Metro Phoenix, 2645 N. 24th St, Phoenix, 5:00pm-7:00pm. RSVP to or (602) 973-2212 ext. 224 with your Name, Organization/Title, Phone, and Email by January 14, 2005.


Nonprofit Excellence Enrichment Series
Marketing: Connecting With Your Clients and Community
January 19 - Kids At Hope
January 21 - Mesa United Way
January 24 - The Flinn Foundation

Learn the steps for developing a marketing plan, including the structure and content of a useful marketing plan. Learn cost-effective ways to listen to and learn about your clients and community, and to translate that information into better marketing decisions. Learn how to measure, align, and communicate an accurate, positive, and compelling image for your organization. This video lecture provides an inexpensive learning opportunity from a seasoned professional.

Video Presenter: Karen F.A. Fox, Associate Professor of Marketing, Santa Clara University - Santa Clara, CA

Dr. Fox teaches courses in marketing management, services marketing, and international marketing. Her research interests include social marketing and overseas economic social development, marketing for educational institutions, and intellectual capital. Her book, Strategic Marketing for Educational Institutions, builds on her combined background in education and marketing.

To learn more about this class or to register please click here.


501 Tech Club Meeting
January 20

The 501 Tech Club will kick off their networking event at Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub, located downtown. The event begins at 5:30pm and usually lasts for one to two hours. Click here to find out more information about the venue.


Nonprofit Management Institute 108 - Results-Oriented Program Evaluation
January 27, February 1 & 3

How do nonprofit organizations measure outcomes?

This class will teach you how to set-up and implement a program evaluation system so that you can learn what your results are and have that useful information. B. J. Tatro, the instructor for this course, received a Ph.D. from Arizona State University, and owns B.J. Tatro Consulting, a consulting firm specializing in planning, evaluation and group process. This is a three-day course that will be held evenings: 5:30pm 9pm. Class cost is $165.

To learn more about this class or to register please click here.


Jewish Community Foundation & Planned Giving Round Table
New Ways to use the Internet for Fundraising
January 27

Jewish Community Foundation and Planned Giving Round Table present New Ways to use the Internet for Fundraising The ePhilanthropy Internet Strategies eTour.

Guest Speakers include Nancy Johnson, Senior Vice President of Target America; Chris Krackeler, Vice President of Business Development, and Brandon Fix, Director of Sales/Higher Education & United Way of Kintera. Topics of discussion will be Where Technology & Philanthropy Meet, Bring in the Dollars by Building Community, and Planned Giving Knowledge Management.

Cost is $75 for the 4-hour training session only, $99 for the training session and book “Fundraising on the Internet”. A $25 gift certificate towards any ePhilanthropy Foundation online e-learning course is included with the cost of either registration.

To register online visit . To register by phone, call (877) 536-1245. To register by fax, please download the form from the website and fax it to (202) 478-0910. For more information, contact the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix at 480.699.1717.


Association of Fundraising Professionals (Greater Arizona Chapter) - The Buck Stops Here
February 10

Being a one-person development staff is a major balancing act. But it's also very individual. Each month, we will give you a chance to ask the questions you need answered to get your job done. Topics suggested by the participants: February 10: Okay, You're Hired! Now What? There is no charge for this session! Reserve by contacting Carole Kauffman via email at or by calling (602) 234-3338.

The session will be held at Communities in Schools at 4520 N. Central Ave., Suite 560, Phoenix, 1:30pm - 3pm.


Job Opportunities


*New Listing* Membership Manager Scottsdale Cultural Council

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art & Scottsdale Center for the Arts seeks a Membership Manager to develop a strategic plan to market, solicit,& implement acquisition renewals & upgrades. Ensure high quality records and customer service for existing and potential members. 4 yr degree related field + min. 3 yrs development dept. exp, training; or combo of edu & exp. EOE Send resume to: Scottsdale Cultural Council 7380 E. 2nd St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 E-mail: .


*New Listing* Marketing Coordinator The Scottsdale Center for the Arts

The Scottsdale Center for the Arts (SCA) seeks a full-time Marketing Coordinator to implement various marketing functions, including but not limited to, media strategies and buys, identifying promotional sponsorship opportunities, develop and maintain a variety of collateral material, schedules and coordinates department mailings and email marketing. Assist in developing and implementing pro-active marketing strategies targeting audience development and group sales. Database management, tracking accounting records, web skills, web page maintenance, and manage volunteers for the SCA marketing department. Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communications, or Public Relations and minimum of 2 year experience in marketing required. Send your cover letter and resume to: Scottsdale Cultural Council 7380 E. Second Street Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Fax: (480) 874-4699 or by email to


*New Listing* Vice President of Philanthropy Social Venture Partners Arizona

Social Venture Partners Arizona is a philanthropic partnership of more than 100 business leaders in the Phoenix area with the dual mission of developing innovative nonprofit programs into sustainable organizations and promoting philanthropy. Social Venture Partners was established in Phoenix in 1999, and now consists of 23 affiliates across the world. The V.P. of Philanthropy will work with members, prospective members, and other supporters to maximize the impact of the partnership in the community. The V.P. of Philanthropy will report to the Managing Partner (CEO)

Responsibilities include working with individual members (partners) to ensure a high quality, meaningful experience while maximizing the benefit of the partners contribution of money, time and talent; executing and improving existing partnership processes to maintain commitment to the organization and the impact of the entire partnership in the community; Developing and implementing new programs that promote philanthropy.

Bachelor's Degree required (advanced degree preferable), with a minimum of three years experience in donor development, account or relationship management with a proven record of success. Experience in management, marketing, event design, and the for profit sector is desired. Social Venture Partners Arizona offers a competitive salary, and benefits package commensurate with experience, as well as results based bonus. Social Venture Partners Arizona is an equal opportunity employer.

Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirement no later than January 30, 2004 to:
Social Venture Partners Arizona
2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 202
Phoenix, AZ 85016


*Multiple Listings* Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter

Director of Program Development

Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter, a non-profit health and social service organization serving individuals with Alzheimer's disease and their families in Arizona and Southern Nevada, is seeking a Director of Program Development. This position will provide staff leadership for the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services. The position involves significant teamwork and collaborative efforts with staff, volunteers, and aging, social service and health care organizations, throughout the communities served by the Chapter. This position is based in Phoenix, Arizona. Preferred qualifications include MSW or related degree with progressively responsible work history in direct services to older adults and their families and non-profit management/ program supervision. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their resumes with a cover letter that includes salary expectations to: Executive Director, Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter, 1028 East McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85006. Email information to Deborah Kahan at . For more information please call (602) 528-0545 x201.

Administrative Specialist

The Administrative Specialist is a professional level administrative support position within the Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter, a non-profit health and social service organization, serving individuals with Alzheimer's disease and their families in Arizona and Southern Nevada. The position will perform a variety of highly responsible and complex administrative and secretarial tasks in support of the Desert Southwest Chapter's vision, mission, and goals, working with the executive director and governing board. The position involves significant teamwork and collaborative efforts with staff, volunteers, and diverse community members. Preferred qualifications include: Progressively responsible work history as an administrative assistance/executive secretary.

Bachelor's degree in business or associate degree in secretarial science or related formal education is required. This position required extensive computer and office skills and effective written and oral communication skills. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their resumes with a cover letter that includes salary expectations to: Administrative Specialist, Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter, 1028 East McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85006. Email information to Deborah Kahan at . For more information please call (602) 528-0545 x201.


*New Listing* Program Specialist - Camp Fire USA

Under the general supervision of the Program Director, administer programs, both directly and through staff and program volunteers for a nonprofit youth development agency in Phoenix. In addition, serve in an assigned camp position during the summer months. Prior experience in the nonprofit sector and Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Full job description located at Send cover letter and resume to: Camp Fire USA Greater Arizona Council, Attn: Human Resources, 5110 N 40th Street, Suite 107, Phoenix, AZ 85018 or via email to EOE.


*New Listing* Community Relations & Special Events Coordinator - Salvation Army (Phoenix)

Qualifications include a BA in Communications or related field plus 3 years of experience. Duties include all aspects of public relations and event planning and execution. Excellent oral and written communication skills, desktop publishing skills, and excellent organizational skills are a must. Please fax cover letter and resume to (602) 267-4209.


*New Listing* *Multiple Positions - Valley of the Sun YMCA

I-Learn Program Director

Self-Starter with demonstrated school teaching experience to instruct, mentor, and assist teen and young adult dropout students participating in the YMCA I-Learn program. These students will be taking computer-based classes at the YMCA and will need assistance answering questions in the areas of English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Responsibilities also include resolving minor technical issues that may arise. Ideal candidate MUST have 2+ years of classroom experience, and be a motivated problem-solver. Preference will be given to candidates with Spanish-speaking skills. This position requires professional interactions with other educators, probation officers, and community organizations.

Duties include conducting student interviews, scheduling students, supervising students, working with students one-on-one with high-school level curriculum, tracking student attendance and progress, and following up with parents and counselors, as well as organizing speakers and offsite field trips. A valid drivers license is required. Interested parties may email information to

Membership Director (Glendale/Peoria YMCA)

Exciting opportunity for an energetic, motivated, proven senior program director to join team of committed staff to manage branch membership department and related programs. Exciting opportunity to work at a YMCA that will more than double in size with an expansion scheduled to start in mid 2005. Under the guidance of the executive director, the membership director will be responsible for branch member services, membership enrollment, special events, volunteer development and member involvement and retention. Branch currently serves 2,500 membership units, and has an annual budget of $2 million.

Qualified applicants will have 3-5 years of YMCA experience, YMCA Senior Director, excellent communication, leadership and organizational skills and must be multi-task oriented. Responsibilities include; supervision of staff and volunteers, fiscal development and management, planning and promotion of all YMCA programs. College degree in business, marketing, recreation or similar field preferred. Interested parties may email information to

Program Director (YMCA Chauncey Ranch)

This position is the key player in delivery and staff coordination of outstanding customer service and group retention. Plans and coordinates with staff all of the programming that takes place at Chauncey Ranch including: summer camp, outdoor education groups and lease groups. Must be knowledgeable in general camp operations/programs including High Ropes, Team Initiatives, Equestrian, waterfront and target sports. On-site position requires 5 years YMCA camp experience. Interested parties may email information to


Operations Coordinator - Microbusiness Advancement Center of Southern Arizona

The Microbusiness Advancement Center of Southern Arizona seeks a full-time Operations Coordinator to provide administrative support in the areas of finance and grant compliance, human resources, physical plant, and office coordination; and to serve as administrative assistant to Executive Director. This is an administrative position that functions as the day-to-day coordinator of the operational affairs of the agency, interacts regularly with all staff, and often serves as a key player in project or process-related teams. High School diploma, Quickbooks and office management experience required. Salary $23,000-$25,000, DOE, plus benefits. Full job description can be viewed at Submit resume and cover letter to Search Committee-Operations Coordinator, Microbusiness Advancement Center, P.O. Box 42108, Tucson, AZ 85833-2108 or email to Position will remain open until filled.


Marketing & Development Administrative Assistant
Special Olympics Arizona (Phoenix)

Special Olympics Arizona, part of the largest sports organization in the world, seeks an Administrative Assistant to support the Marketing and Development departments. This position is responsible for initiating and coordinating clerical and secretarial functions for donor and media relations, special events and promotions, and the Law Enforcement Torch Run.

The ideal candidate for this full-time position should have a high degree of initiative, be a motivated self-starter , have strong organizational skills, be detail oriented with an ability to manage multiple priorities, be flexible and a team player. A minimum of three year’s assistant or related experience is required. Candidates must have effective verbal and written communications skills and be proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel ACCESS, PowerPoint with Raiser’s Edge software experience a plus. For more information, visit Send letter/resume and salary expectations to Special Olympics Arizona, 3816 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014 or send it via email to


Annual Giving Manager - American Red Cross

The American Red Cross seeks an Annual Giving Manager for actively managing the annual giving program for the chapter. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree, a minimum of three years experience in a not-for-profit organization with demonstrated success in a broad range of development activities; expertise in annual giving fundraising and knowledge of fundraising techniques with particular expertise in individual donor solicitation and stewardship, direct mail programs and e-giving; successful experience in cultivating and soliciting individual and corporate gifts; excellent verbal and written communication skills; knowledge of Microsoft programs; Raiser's Edge software skills preferred. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits. The salary for this position is commensurate with experience. Please submit a resume with cover letter to American Red Cross, Attn: Human Resources, 6135 N. Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, Arizona 85015. Or you may email your resume with cover letter to . This position is open until filled.


Early Learning Connections Project Coordinator (Phoenix) Valley of the Sun United Way (VSUW)

VSUW has an open position reporting to the Success By Six Director. The person in this position is a member of the Community Initiatives department and is responsible for providing management and coordination of the Early Learning Connections Project (ELCP), a collaborative project that utilizes a community mobilization model to enhance and expand access to voluntary early learning programs to produce sustained gains in early learning. Note: This position is in place because of a 17 month grant. VSUW and its partners are committed to identifying and obtaining other funding where possible to sustain the future of this project.

Primary responsibilities will be to lead and monitor the implementation of the Early Learning Connections Project, facilitate and manage the Phoenix Advisory Council on Early Childhood, participate in all community mobilization activities within each district serving as liaison between the project, the Phoenix Advisory Council and local communities. Continue to build connections with the Success By 6 Partnership by raising awareness and adding new players to the “You’re It” campaign, work collaboratively with the Success By 6 Partnership and the City of Phoenix Human Services Department, ensure full compliance with all contracts related to Success By 6, ensure that a focus is kept on the following five priority areas as identified by the Phoenix Advisory Council: community mobilization; school transition/early literacy; community education/public awareness; parent education and support; provider training/quality improvement.

Those interested in applying should submit a cover letter and resume to Vice President, Human Resources in one of the following ways: Fax: 602.776.3303, email: or mail to 1515 E. Osborn Road, Phoenix, AZ 85014. VSUW is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers a great benefits package and working environment. For more information on our organization, please visit


City of Hope Assistant

This position is responsible for database maintenance, event mailings, meeting coordination and attendance, and volunteer support. This position is also responsible for assisting with office support functions, phones, supplies, processing invoices and bills and interfacing with office equipment and vendors. Candidate must be experienced with Word, Excel, Outlook, and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.

This is a non-exempt position, 40 hours with full benefits (medical, dental, vision, life and 401K). This position also includes paid holidays and one week vacation. Please contact us via phone to set up interview and or send us your email with cover letter to If you’re mailing information, please send it to Jan E. Jepson at City of Hope, 6245 N. 24th Pkwy., Suite 110, Phoenix, AZ 85016. If there are any questions please call (602) 340-8925.


Boys Hope Girls Hope Program Director

Program Director needed for local affiliate of a national private, educational/residential program serving non-delinquent, at-risk youth with academic potential, ages 12 18. Program Director is responsible for the overall management and program enhancement of two residential homes in North Central Phoenix. Responsibilities include: program development, general case management, staff training, supervision and support, crisis management and community networking. Candidates must possess excellent relationship and organizational skills and ability to multi-task. Competitive salary range depending on education and work experience. Send resume and salary history to Director of Children’s Services, Boys Hope Girls Hope 12120 Bridgeton Square Drive, Bridgeton, MO 63044


Nonprofit Bookkeeper Needed (Phoenix)

This position is for a downtown Phoenix office. Salary Range $30,000+ depending on experience and qualifications. Responsibilities include: A/R and A/P, processing payments & deposits, preparation of monthly financial statements. Administrative assistance as needed. The successful candidate will have strong organizational skills & computer skills. QuickBooks, & Access & Excel and Microsoft Office. Please send resume to


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