Administration & Communications Coordinator
The Center for Mind and Culture (CMAC) is a non-profit research center that innovates creative solutions for urgent and complex social problems. Committed to a radically interdisciplinary, non-partisan, high-tech approach, CMAC mobilizes an international network of experts to develop and disseminate visionary insights to public and professional stakeholders.
CMAC uses any number of high-tech methods – from computational modeling and simulation, to network analysis and big-data analytics, to machine learning and virtual-reality visualization– to pursue research on a wide variety of issues, from religious radicalization to health disorders to immigration.
CMAC is seeking an Administration & Communications Coordinator who is committed to socially-engaged research and is interested in the many aspects of nonprofit administrative support, including human resources, finances, and development in addition to communications. A central member of our small admin team, the Administration & Communications Coordinator is responsible for managing day-to-day operations including but not limited to; running payroll, supervising interns, tracking operating expenses, scheduling, and resolving IT issues.
The Coordinator will also be responsible for implementing procedures for communicating results both internally and externally and writing for a wide range of audiences, including operating all social media accounts. This aspect of the position can be shaped around the distinctive skills in communication of the successful candidate. This is a position with tremendous growth potential, so the successful candidate will be ambitious, adaptable and able to work well independently as well as on a team.
The Administration & Communications Coordinator must be a welcoming and helpful presence for staff and visitors alike, able to maintain a socially positive office setting and respond to needs as they arise. Applicants should have a passion for academic research and a capacity to understand and communicate its value.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college
- Minimum one year of experience in a nonprofit
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Interest in multiple areas of nonprofit management
- Must be a team player who is able to think logically and analytically
- Ability to work under pressure and produce results in a timely manner
- Ability to manage multiple tasks and to solve problems with limited supervision
- Proficiency in Microsoft Suite and Adobe Products
Email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
The Center for Mind and Culture, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.