CASA of Pueblo is seeking qualified candidates that are ambitious, self-motivated, creative and hard working for the position of Office Manager to work in our Pueblo Office located at 130 W. Abriendo Ave.
CASA of Pueblo is committed to equal opportunity employment and does not discriminate against employees, applicants, or volunteers because of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, veteran status, and marital status.
This position is 24 hours per week (0.6 FTE) position with some weekend and evening commitments required.
INSTRUCTIONS (Please Review Carefully)
Download the Employment Application (pdf format below).
Attach a Cover Letter and Resume (or Curriculum Vita)
Mail the completed application and attachments.
Deadline to Apply is July 31, 2022 or until the position is filled
Mail the completed application and attachments to:
Zane Grant, LCSW
CASA of Pueblo
130 W. Abriendo Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81004-4224
Please read the following requirements:
Hand delivered applications will not be considered. Please mail your packet.
Please do not call the CASA office with questions. Questions are welcome via email at email@example.com
Applications must be complete with all attachments to be considered.
General Description: To provide direct program and administrative support for CASA of Pueblo and assist in carrying out the mission of the agency.
Reports to: Operations Manager or Executive Director
Salary Range: $13.50 to $16.00 per hour, 0.6 FTE (24 hours per week - not eligible for health benefits)
Work Schedule 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and occasional times outside of these regular working hours.
Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.
Have no felony convictions or be on the Colorado TRAILS Registry for Child Protection or the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (or any other abuse registries). FBI fingerprint background check required.
3. Possess a 2-year Associates Degree in a business-related field or emphasis.
4. Have a minimum of 2 years of job-related experience.
5. Computer competence – Mac and Microsoft Office Software and typing abilities.
6. Excellent people and telephone skills with the ability to work with diverse community members and professionals in a positive, objective manner.
7. Strong multi-tasking abilities, detail oriented and ability to prioritize.
8. Excellent organizational skills: ability to organize and maintain office files, supplies, computer databases, etc.
9. Must be a notary in Colorado or eligible to become a Notary Public in Colorado.
10. Good writing skills, composition and grammar.
11. Familiarity with operation of office machines – computers, copiers, faxes, printers, etc.
12. Ability to maintain confidentiality.
13. Adaptability and work schedule flexibility as part of a small staff team.
14. Ability to take initiative in completing assigned projects with minimal supervision.
15. Must have reliable transportation for meetings, errands, and other duties with a valid Colorado driver’s license and adequate car insurance coverage.
Bachelor’s Degree in a business-related field
Experience working with volunteers.
Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect.
4. Bi-lingual Speaking and Writing Skills
Represent CASA of Pueblo in a professional, positive manner as first point of contact for potential volunteers and the public.
Send out thank-you letters for contributions.
Mail/Email out quarterly newsletters or donor appreciation mailings.
Assist Operations Manager and other staff with routine clerical tasks: handle routine correspondence, print labels, fax documents, answer phones, and email correspondence.
Make arrangements for Board Meetings and distribute printed materials, secure refreshments.
Keep office space clean and tidy (vacuum and dust periodically, take out trash as needed and run dishwasher weekly).
Participate in performance evaluations of this position as directed by the Executive Director.
Program Responsibilities and Case Support
Maintain CASA of Pueblo’s databases with up-to-date information regarding volunteers, court cases, and children in the program including requests for cases that are not served.
File cases and photocopy information for volunteer files and case files and create advocate ID badges.
Run volunteer background checks and reference checks.
Assist in tracking volunteer hours, training, and evaluations.
Assist the Case Supervisors with preparation and distribution of recruitment and training materials and prepare volunteer training notebooks and volunteer case files.
Make arrangements for Volunteer Advocate Meetings as scheduled by the Case Supervisors and distribute printed material, track attendance, secure refreshments.
Organize and maintain Volunteer and Case Files as well as program supplies.
Maintain strict confidentiality regarding CASA cases and volunteer advocates.
Work with the Program Directors to manage clothing, school supplies, holiday, and other donations for the children that CASA serves.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director or Operations Manager.