Office Manager / AdministrationSpirit of Woman
Spirit of Woman is a not-for-profit organisation, seeking to change the discourse on domestic and family violence by creating The Place of Courage – Ripples across South Australia.
We are shifting domestic and family violence (DFV) from behind closed doors into the public domain, where it can be openly acknowledged, shared, and discussed. By changing the discourse on DFV, we can help break the intergenerational cycle. We see our enduring role as connecting, uniting, and helping South Australian agencies, not-for-profit organisations, and businesses to utilise the space in a variety of ways. This may include referring the site to clients as well as promoting and supporting community education programs to reduce domestic and family violence.
The Volunteer Office Manager and Administration assistant will assists with a variety of tasks to help keep Spirit of Woman functioning smoothly. Tasks include record keeping, digital folder management, answering emails, bookings, greeting key stakeholders, planning events, and thanking volunteers and support people, and other administrative takes assigned.
- To provide a professional reception service for Spirit of Woman
- To provide administrative support to the board and other managers
- To provide the skills required to collate and enter information on data spreadsheets
- To ensure that Spirit of Woman vision and values are embedded within our services.
- To manage the email accounts
- To answer calls/take messages, use MS Outlook to check & advise on bookings
- To support the Manager with weekly checks
- Manage tasks efficiently to ensure that they are completed in a timely manner
- Perform other office duties as needed
- Occasional special tasks including grant research, file auditing, etc., based on volunteers’ interests and abilities
- Updating calendas
- Good listening and communication skills
- Ability to support others in crisis with a non-judgmental, empathetic response
- Ability to create and stick with a regular schedule, including a commitment of 3-4 hours per week
- Ability to communicate with the supervisors about special accommodations or absences
- Possess open/non-judgmental attitude toward survivors of violent crime
- Ability to work with a wide range of people
Please note, due to the high volume of applications and limited capacity to onboard new volunteers, we may not be able to respond to every application. However, we do run monthly induction meetings. Two meetings are required, one about the organisation and community work; the second one about your volunteer obligations and practices.