Are you well-organized with a broad skill set? Do you enjoy interacting with clients and the public? Would you enjoy working with a team of lawyers, counselors and social workers? We’re looking for an energetic professional who enjoys working with community members, volunteers and team members on a variety of tasks.
- Coordinating donations on behalf of clients and help clients with team resources (we have great clients!)
- Coordinate with community members who wish to donate items
- Sort, track and distribute in-kind donations
- Seasonally manage holiday giving tree and community partnerships
- Coordinate service, mailings and client satisfaction evaluation surveys
- Coordinate support group meetings/group invitations and communication
- Assist with data entry and work on specific projects as part of a team
- Assist with answering phones
- Assist with event-related tasks
This position is largely administrative with some opportunity for growth depending on your skills and interests. Trauma-informed training is useful and will also be provided. Spanish speakers are strongly encouraged to apply.
- College degree preferred
- Driver’s license, access to a car and auto insurance preferred
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Outlook
- Must be able to listen empathetically and communicate with people from diverse backgrounds
- Must be able to multi-task and independently complete complex administrative tasks
- Must be customer-service oriented and have a friendly and upbeat demeanor
- Optional skills include graphic design, volunteer management and community outreach
This position is 30-40 hours/week, salary of $18-$20/hour, with salary increases commensurate with skills and experience. Kids Matter Inc. offers PTO in addition to health insurance and other benefits for full-time staff.
To apply please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Team Support Coordinator.” No calls please.
Kids Matter Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.
Kids Matter Inc. was founded by foster and kinship families, social workers and others who saw gaps in services for abused and neglected children and the families who take them in to help them heal. Kids Matter exists to open doors of promise and opportunity for foster and kinship children and their caregivers, and all children impacted by crime. We help children heal and thrive. We do this by putting the needs of children first, building collaborative child-centered systems of support, and holding accountable those who fail to act in the best interests of these children. We also advocate for systemic improvements in child services. We build many community partnerships, and our child-centered work has been recognized by agencies as diverse as the WI Department of Corrections to the Attorney General's office, from the Public Defender's office to the District Attorney's office. Our programs, youth, volunteers and staff have received numerous statewide awards.