Administrative

Executive Assistant

The Opportunity | Dorcas Ministries

In June of 1968, a small group of community members, brought together by Margaret Keller, met to address a common concern: how to best serve neighbors in need. Over time, the organization’s services have expanded to include financial and emergency food assistance, career coaching, workforce development and so much more. We are also proud to be the home of one of North Carolina’s top rated thrift stores.

Membership and Data Specialist

Responsibilities

Responsible for membership and database support for the Association. Work involves daily processing of membership applications and payments and performing routine operations for membership renewals to ensure members experience exceptional service and communication. Work requires accuracy and attention to detail in processing membership payments, member renewal notices, member payment reconciliations, and member analysis reporting.

Qualifications

Administrative Coordinator

Ask yourself
Are you passionate about helping teams stay organized by creating effective systems? Do you have planning skills to create seamless meetings and small events from start to finish? Are you a Microsoft Office pro who loves learning new software?
Do you want to be part of a hardworking team that takes the time to have fun and support one another? Are you ready to lead with your expertise and experience while continuing to learn and be curious? Are you the first Administrative Coordinator for Armstrong McGuire?

Grants Manager

The grants manager supports the Foundation’s Community Investment Department. This role is responsible for managing databases and grantmaking information. The grants manager oversees the applicant portal, administrative details behind each process, and subsequent data sets from proposals and awarded grants. The grants manager will report to the program director for responsive grantmaking. The grants manager is a non-exempt position.

DESCRIPTION OF KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Supports Manager

Position Code: SM-WIL-20221024

Position Status: Full-Time

Location: Wilmington

Education Requirements: The candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and two years of full-time experience post-baccalaureate in the field of developmental disabilities and must meet the qualifications of a Qualified Professional.

Assistant Regional Director

The Arc of NC is seeking a seasoned professional to support the work of the Regional Director in overseeing and coordinating services for individuals with I/DD and their families throughout the Triangle and Sandhills Regions. Assistant Director will perform a wide range of duties pertaining to community-based supports, including Innovations Waiver services, care management, self-direction, advocacy and education and guardianship.