We are excited to be partnering with Maine Cancer Foundation (MCF), in their search for a Part-time Administrative Associate to join their small and dedicated team of professionals working to reduce the burden of cancer in Maine.
Maine Cancer Foundation (MCF) seeks a dynamic Administrative Associate to support the organization’s grants application and management platform, database systems, and other administrative needs. The Administrative Associate will be a member of a small and dedicated team of professionals working to reduce the burden of cancer in Maine.
The Administrative Associate will work closely with the Director of Grantmaking to assist in the management of MCF’s Request for Proposals (RFP) process, active grant maintenance, and grantee communication. In addition, the Administrative Associate will support other MCF team members in the areas of MCF’s cancer coalition work and fundraising, as time allows.
The Administrative Associate position is a 24 hour/week position and includes paid time off benefits but is otherwise not eligible for benefits. The position may require occasional weekend and evening hours.
Primary Job Responsibilities
(not intended to be all inclusive)
- Assist the Director of Grantmaking in management of MCF’s grantmaking software and tracking systems
- Prepare programmatic data for reports to the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and the public
- Communicate with current MCF grantees, monitor timelines, reports, extensions and the release of funds
- Maintain grantmaking sections of the MCF website
- Provide meeting and conference support for the Maine’s Impact Cancer Network (MICN) Program Manager
- Collaborate with MCF’s fundraising team and support donation data entry (MCF events include Tri for a Cure, Twilight 5K, Mary’s Walk and the Sugarloaf Charity Summit)
- Ability to work both under supervision, in a team environment, and independently
- Desire to work in multiple database and information environments
- Strong organizational skills with attention to detail
- Experience with the oncology landscape and community in Maine
- Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects
- A collaborative, flexible, team player who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, preferably nonprofit
- Demonstrated experience working in a database and/or information software such as CommunityForce, Raiser’s Edge, DocuSign, DonorDrive
- Excellent Microsoft Office Suite skills
- Public health familiarity with a commitment to reducing the burden of cancer in Maine
This will be a 24 hr/wk position either fully in the office or open to hybrid.
ProSearch is proud to be an affirmative action / equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, creed, gender/sex, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship status, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected under local, state, or federal laws.