Temple Beth Abraham in Nashua, NH seeks a new member for our innovation team as we continue to fashion a synagogue and center that meets the needs of Jewish families in our new century. We are an inclusive congregation serving Jewish and interfaith families throughout Southern New Hampshire and nearby communities of Massachusetts. We are seeking a part-time Office Administrator a maximum of 25 hours per week, to support and collaborate with our senior team. The Office Administrator reports to the Director of Education and Community Engagement and assists the Rabbi, Director of Education and Community Engagement and the Board of Directors in executing synagogue policies, communicating with members and others, and maintaining records.
Communications: Manage all phone, email, and in person communication with members, prospects, and others.
Serve as the “director of first impressions” when interacting with people. This requires a working knowledge of Jewish practices, so inquiries are responded to or directed appropriately.
Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills for prompt and professional in person and online communication with members, prospects and others.
Draft documents at the direction of the management team, attending to detail when executing and proofreading. This includes the monthly calendar, bulletin, flyers, website postings, reports and correspondence with members and others.
Demonstrate proficient use of social media tools (e.g., Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) to publicize events and activities and engage with the community.
Use Shulcloud, our membership database software, to maintain current membership information (e.g., name, address, phone, email, etc.), reaching out to members as necessary to confirm, edit content, and create forms using content tools such as Wordpress.
Send mass emails and perform website content updates and maintenance.
Administrative Support: Provide administrative support for the Rabbi, Director of Education and Community Engagement, and the Board of Directors’ president, treasurer and others to execute synagogue policies.
Provide general office coverage.
Coordinate master schedule for use of temple facilities to ensure that there are no conflicts.
Demonstrate proficient use of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Demonstrate proficient use of Google tools such as Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms.
Maintain all employee paperwork, policies, and user guides, assisting with updates as needed.
Track committee meetings, collect minutes for board packets, and act as custodian for all official documents.
Assist with the publishing of handbooks, pamphlets and other documents as needed.
Communicate with outside vendors and service providers as needed (e.g., arrange for bus transportation for field trips, professional printing service etc.)
Additional preferred qualifications include:
Bookkeeping – maintain financial records for income and expenses
Prior experience in a synagogue or other nonprofit organization.
Associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
Compensation commensurate with experience and education.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree Preferred and 0-2 years of experience.