Oct 13, 2009





SALARY: $20/hour, 30 hours per week (Mon - Fri, 12pm – 6pm, some
weekend hours also)

DATE: Immediate start

WriteGirl seeks a part-time MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR to support all
aspects of membership recruitment and retention for a growing
nonprofit mentoring organization in downtown Los Angeles. Position
reports to Executive Director. This is a grant-funded position,
contingent upon continued availability of resources.


• Recruit new members (volunteers and teen participants) through
internet sites, email and promotion through appropriate local venues
• Respond to calls/mailings for information about participating in
• Update and maintain databases of current and prospective members
• Coordinate trainings and orientations for members
• Manage placement of volunteers
• Help build and maintain morale and commitment of members
• Conduct regular communications with members by phone and email
• Address specific needs or concerns of members on an individual basis
• Maintain records of member participation
• Provide support to staff and members as directed
• Other duties as directed
Skill requirements:

• Bachelor’s Degree required
• Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication and
negotiation skills
• Excellent understanding and demonstration of customer service skills
• Self-motivated individual with highly developed organizational and
communication skills who understands the not-for-profit culture
• Youth or mentoring program experience preferred
• Strong proficiency working on a Mac and PC, including Microsoft
Word and Excel
• Ability to multi-task in a busy office/agency
• Must have reliable car and insurance
• Previous not-for-profit employment history preferred
• Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred
WRITEGIRL is a creative writing and mentoring organization which
matches underserved teen girls with professional women writers for one-
on-one mentoring relationships and group workshops. Our mission is to
provide self-confidence and communication skills to teen girls through
writing. Founded in 2001, WriteGirl is dedicated to using writing as a
powerful force for positive social change. WriteGirl is a project of
Community Partners.

How to Apply:

Please review our website at www.writegirl.org before applying. Cover
letter and resume BY EMAIL to Keren Taylor, Executive Director at writegirljobs@gmail.com
.. Please put “Membership Coordinator” in the subject line. Cover
letter must include computer skills and proficiency levels and reasons
why you would like to work specifically at WriteGirl. No phone calls

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