Provide administrative support to Leadership Team members, board members (and program staff –only if assigned).
Coordinate and implement daily front office duties including administrative calls, greeting clients, preparing correspondence, maintaining office supplies, photocopying, data entry for donors, filing, staff minutes, mail, deliveries and scheduling of appointments.
Coordinate repairs and maintenance for building, copy machine, phones, postage meter and fax machine.
Prepare monthly reports including emergency funds and client satisfaction surveys.
Coordinate monthly Board of Directors meetings, including preparation of agendas, minutes, board mailings and materials, food and meeting room setup.
Provide administrative support for fundraisers, workshops, groups, special events, (intern training and recognition-only if assigned).
Actively participate in agency fundraising events twice a year.
Participate in CTR’s self-care program.
Any other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree required and/or three years’ previous experience in administrative support. Experience with Microsoft Office and Outlook required. Strong computer and writing experience required. Vehicle and clean driving record required. Ability to problem-solve, exercise good judgment, and work collaboratively. Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.
Cathy D. Phelps, M.A., LCSW is the Executive Director for The Center for Trauma and Resiliency (previously The Denver Center for Crime Victims) in Denver, Colorado. Cathy earned her Master of Arts in Medical Anthropology from the University of Colorado at Denver and additionally, graduated with her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver in June of 2001. She serves as affiliate faculty for Metropolitan State University of Denver and University of Colorado at Denver.
She is the author of Nonprofit Transformed: Compassion Fatigue – Self Care – Resilience. Cathy is the recipient of the “Sojourner Truth Award” from the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the “Victim Services Excellence” Award from the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She has also received a “Living Portrait Award” for her work within the nonprofit sector, from the National Council of Negro Women.