Overview

The Massachusetts Childrens Alliance (MACA) is committed to strengthening collaboration and fostering systemic and societal change to protect children. Our innovative program initiatives advance evidence-based interventions for children affected by violence. MACA actively works to build diverse and inclusive professional environments and to promote change for equitable services to marginalized groups in Massachusetts. We serve as the statewide coalition for the 12 Childrens Advocacy Centers in the state.The Massachusetts Children Alliance (MACA) is currently seeking qualified applicants for the following position:ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATORFull Time: 40 hours per week. Salary: $40,000JOB SUMMARY:Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Administrative Coordinator works as part of the Administration Team and is responsible for the oversight of day to day operations. This position works closely with the Executive Director, the MACA staff and contractors, including the agencys accounting team, and provides administrative supervision to interns and volunteers assigned to support operations.The office for this position is located at 11 Beacon Street in Boston, MA; however, the position will be based remotely at least through May 30th due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Post pandemic, occasional travel within state for meetings will be required.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:OFFICE OPERATIONS:Provides overall office administrative support including:Ensures coverage of reception:Virtual- including response to those calling the office and/or emailing the agencys general mailbox, ensures connection to appropriate staffIn person-greets outside visitors, answers calls and directs as appropriateAssists with human resource functions, including but not limited to, recruitment, onboarding and off-boarding while maintaining the highest level of confidentialityManages incoming and outgoing mailSchedules and organizes meetings including minute taking for staff, membership and Board meetings and/or transcription of recorded meetings as neededOrganizes and maintains supplies and officesDelegates work to and provides supervision to interns and volunteers assigned to Administrative Team.Works with accounting firm to ensure proper processing of invoices and accurate financialsMaintains agency website and ensures content is up to dateWorks with staff to craft and disseminate electronic correspondence and assists with maintaining social media platformsMakes recommendations for operational efficiencies and streamlining operationsGRANTS MANAGEMENT:Works closely with Director of Grants Management to ensure that the agency is compliant with all requirements set by both public and private funders including the following:Provides grant management, monitoring, and technical assistance for the local childrens advocacy center contracts with MACA, including desk reviews, site visits, payment processing, and other monitoring activitiesParticipates in the review and awarding of formula-funded grantsMonitors grants and ensures local center compliance with conditions of grants by overseeing agreements, contracts, expenses, activities, and federal and state regulationsProcesses budget amendments, reports, and reimbursement requests from member centers, ensuring accuracy and validity of requests, contractual compliance, and allowability of costs.Works with member centers to resolve questions or issues on non-complianceConducts desk reviews and site visits focusing on grants compliance, program compliance with NCA Standards for Accredited CACs, internal controls, and organizational capacityAnalyzes and evaluates program performance by reviewing programmatic reports and other required documentsMaintains grant files and tracking systems to ensure grantee requirements are metProvides guidance to member centers through monitoring, reimbursement and reporting requirementsAssists member centers in understanding federal and state grant standards and provides technical assistance related to financial management and organizational capacity.DEVELOPMENTWorks with Executive Director and Board of Directors on fundraising initiativesIdentifies new funding sources, both public and private, that support the work of the agencyParticipates on ad hoc development and fundraising committees as appropriate.Other duties as required:Please note that the Massachusetts Childrens Alliance is a developing agency with many exciting start-up projects and activities which require flexibility. This job posting provides a general overview but not an exhaustive description of the duties required.MINIMUM PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Excellent computer skills necessary, including strong knowledge of both Mac & Windows operating systems, the Internet, Google professional suite and email, Microsoft Office, and other Microsoft applications including Excel and PowerPoint, Doodle, Zoom and other web-based meeting platformsStrong knowledge of social media including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedInSolid verbal and written communication skillsPersonal qualities including: an ability to juggle multiple projects and prioritize, adaptable/flexible, ability to work well under pressure, detail-oriented, enthusiastic, good sense of humor, strong interpersonal skillsHigh school diploma required; Bachelor of Arts preferred, preference given to individuals with 3 years completing similar responsibilities.REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL SKILLS:Must be ready to work in a professional environmentMust possess excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with many different constituenciesMust be skilled in communicating effectively both in writing and verballyMust possess excellent organizational skills as well as a sensitivity to diversityMust demonstrate flexibility, good judgment and be able to work independentlyBENEFITS:Paid leave for vacation, sick and personal timeHealth, dental, life insurance as well as a deferred compensation plans are available.The Massachusetts Childrens Alliance is committed to providing equal opportunity in its recruitment and hiring practices without regard to sex, age, race, color, religion, ability, national origin, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military status, marital status, genetic information or any other protected status under applicable local, state or federal law. The Massachusetts Childrens Alliance is committed to a diverse work force.People of color, people with disabilities, people who are bilingual/bicultural and members of the LGBTQ+ community are strongly encouraged to apply.PLEASE NO CALLS or additional correspondenceto the office about this position **Application deadline: January 25, 2021 by 5pmTracking

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