BMCA is an international, not-for-profit membership organization committed to the practice, education, and ongoing development of Body-Mind Centering with a strong belief in the profound effects of its experiential and collaborative process. Our mission includes:
- maintaining high standards of professional competence and excellence;
- supporting research and publication of materials relating to BMC;
- providing resources, information and avenues of communication about BMC;
- improving access to BMC; and
- educating the public.
The Administrator, though based in Western Massachusetts, will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of BMCA’s international remote/home office including budget creation and monitoring, general accounting, board and committee work, event planning, and miscellaneous tasks. This role is essential to the organization and connects members, committees, the board, and the community. The Administrator must be flexible, highly-organized, able to work independently and with volunteers who have a diverse group of working styles, have experience working with non-profit boards and committees, and have experience and openness to different cultures and languages. The position averages 25 hours per week, sometimes more during busy periods and sometimes less and one Sunday per month for board meetings. Start date April 1, 2019.
Main Responsibilities and tasks Financial:
Oversee and execute all financial transactions and budgets for the organization and serve on the Finance Committee in an advisory role; Work with committees to create and monitor project budgets; Ensure the organization is in compliance with Massachusetts and Federal laws.
- Financial: Oversee and execute all financial transactions and budgets for the organization and serve on the Finance Committee in an advisory role; Work with committees to create and monitor project budgets; Ensure the organization is in compliance with Massachusetts and Federal laws.
- Board/Committees: Work closely with small non-profit board in strategizing, planning, reporting, and research; Schedule all board meetings and take minutes; Post quarterly minutes to website; work with board and committees to support current and ongoing projects.
- Office Administration: Responsible for ensuring our small, non-profit is using the best online software for conferences, meetings, finances, etc.; read and advise on all contracts, create all marketing campaigns for fundraising, conferences, announcements via online software; general office duties such as mail pick up, filing, online organization and communication, and reporting. Required Qualifications and Skills
Required Qualifications and Skills
- Experience with some of the following online softwares and programs: Quickbooks, FileMaker, Word/Excel, Google docs, BaseCamp, Zoom, Photoshop, Dropbox, Zoho email, Conference/Event software, Constant Contact. Experience working with a non-profit boards and committees
- Must be adaptable, flexible, able to work with people from other cultures and backgrounds, pro-active, very organized,
- Native English speaker with strong writing and grammar skills.
- Must have interest in somatics or movement-related approaches
- Minimum 3 years experience in administrative role
- Must have strong understanding and experience with finance including bookkeeping, budgets, reporting, taxes, payroll, etc.
- Must have home office, reliable internet access, cell phone, and computer
- Ability to speak another or multiple languages a plus
- Fundraising knowledge and experience
- Experience with conferences, events, project leadership
- Experience with presenting information and communicating with larger community
- Ability to plan and support multiple/simultaneous projects and events
- Openness to learn more about BMC®
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualified candidates will be contacted for initial phone interview. Deadline to apply is Friday, January 18, 2019; In-person interviews begin Tuesday, February 12, 2019. No phone calls please.