Job: Program Assistant Volunteer

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Title Program Assistant Volunteer
Job Information

Department: Supervisor:  Administration Founder/President and CEO

FLSA Status: Volunteer

Last Reviewed: 3/12/12

Volunteer Position Description

POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Founder/President and CEO, the Program Assistant Volunteer is responsible for providing administrative support to a Nice Foundation, Inc. Duties include general clerical, data entry, notation, and project based work. Volunteer must project a professional company image through in-person and telephone interaction. In the absence of the Founder/President and CEO, responsible for completing assignments as directed by projected deadline.


• Data Entry. • Documents Board meeting minutes at the NFI quarterly meeting. • Responsible for coordinating Board meetings (to include but not limiting: sending out Board meeting

reminders, attachments, and cold calling reminders). • Arranges large group meetings. • Assists with event planning and coordination. • Coordinates large projects. • Proofreader. • Other duties as assigned.


• Education: • Licensure: • Experience: • Expertise:

College graduate preferred. none At least one year of general work experience and/or some clerical/ office skill preferred. Typing, filing, attention to detail, action oriented, dependability, and self-management.

Major must competencies: time management skills and following assigned directives a must!!!

• Language: • Hours of Work: • Travel: • Physical:

English 20 hours monthly None. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with special challenges

to perform these essential functions.

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About Nice Foundation, Inc. Nice Foundation Inc. (NFI) is dedicated to promoting community stability (for urban and rural areas) by assisting those investing in the development of low-income communities. The aim of NFI is to reduce generational poverty through the investment of human capital using preventive and reactionary measures. • The preventive approach focuses on the growth and development of students: those entering the workforce in the near future (high school and undergraduate college students). • The reactive approach deals with young and older adults able to join the workforce. Those who range in age from 18-65 defined as the chronically unemployed and grossly under skilled.