Type of Job: Part-time, up to 21 month contract
Salary: $20- $25/hr
Closing Date: June 5, 2021, 1:30am
With support from the Provincial government Civil Society Fund, AB Seed will increase their staff and workload, and will require some additional administrative support.
Basically, we need someone who understands complex problems and the social enterprise ecosystem, and can help keep us organized with reliable administrative support.
This is a part-time contract position estimated at 10 hours per week, $20 - $25 per hour, up to 21 months in length, with some flexibility. Candidates can be located anywhere in Alberta, and the position will be work from home, with some potential for office space available with ecosystem partners if required. AB Seed is an inclusive employer, and will offer accessibility support for positions as needed.
If this sounds like a good fit for you, please submit your resume, with a cover letter by email at email@example.com, by June 4th, 2021. Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.
Skills and Attributes
We are looking for candidates who have some or all of the following skills and attributes:
- Familiar with the Google suite of products
- Strong attention to detail
- Strong note-taking skills
- Strong summary and writing skills
- Comfortable working in an online environment
- Strong problem-solving skills
Roles and Responsibilities
AB Seed is currently seeking a part-time, contract Administrative Coordinator. This position will report to the AB Seed Coordinator and support 3-4 AB Seed staff with administrative tasks such as:
- Take and write up meeting notes for distribution
- Set up Zoom/Google/Eventbrite events
- Support with ecosystem member database
- Keep google drive organized
- Manage AB Seed Admin email account
- Support and attend regular staff meetings
- Make travel arrangements
- Support stakeholder reporting requirements
About AB Seed
AB Seed (Alberta Social Economy Ecosystem Development) is a collaborative of social enterprise and social finance leaders seeking to develop a strong social economic ecosystem in Alberta.
Together, we are building the social economy ecosystem in Alberta by enhancing collaboration, communication, and strategization of leaders and contributors working in the social economy. The social economy includes organizations like non-profits, co-ops, and social enterprises that are blending important social outcomes with business practices.
Our vision for Alberta’s future is to be the best place to build and grow the social economy. We're doing this through ongoing engagement with a wide variety of stakeholders, convening communities of practice & other initiatives on shared priorities like social finance and social procurement, developing online communications tools, and hosting meetings and events as local public health restrictions allow.
In short, we are a collaborative project tackling a complex problem with creative solutions, making space in Alberta where social enterprises can better connect with the resources and supports they require to be successful.
While we're new and reviewing our structure as we grow, currently AB Seed is responsible to a Steering Committee and a fiscal sponsor.