Operations Coordinator position open with Pittsburgh/Nicaraguan non profit

Operations Coordinator position open with Pittsburgh/Nicaraguan non profit

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Position: Operations Coordinator

Organization: Building New Hope.

Hours: Part-time, 10 to 20 hours per week, flexible hours, remote work possible.

Building New Hope is a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization based in Pittsburgh and Nicaragua.

BNH manages a social entrepreneurship initiative (fair trade coffee in partnership with an organic Nicaraguan cooperative) as well as providing youth education and scholarships in Nicaragua.

In Pittsburgh, we engage with local schools and universities, faith groups, farmers, non-profits, community groups, and businesses to promote healthy ecosystems and to spread awareness about how fair-trade relationships can help to reduce poverty and inequalities. Our reach may be broad, but our mission is simple: help those in need by providing educational opportunities and fair prices for goods and services.

Key Qualifications:

–Some knowledge of book-keeping/accounting is essential. Quickbooks experience a plus.

–Strong computer skills, including Google Suite and Microsoft Office.

–Must be a self-starter, able to prioritize tasks and work independently.

–Highly organized with an attention to detail and an aptitude for problem-solving.

–Interested in Latin America or fair trade or organic agriculture a plus.

–Experience in nonprofit management is a plus.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to info@buildingnewhope.org  with the

subject line: Operations Coordinator.

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