Program Administrator

Eden House
New Orleans, LA
Job Type
Deadline for Applications
How to Apply
Please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to:
Where to Apply

Eden House is looking for a motivated and compassionate Program Administrator whose responsibilities will include Resident and Administrative Support, Community and Donor Engagement, and Intern Coordination and Supervision.

Administrative Support
Physical house management of both Eden House and Garden House, including organization of documents and office and house inventory
Assist ED in event planning
Monitor and track program budget and financial outcomes of fundraisers
Manage relevant administrative duties, such as budgets and paperwork
Collect data and prepare reports on the program’s activities for ED and Board of Directors (e.g. data for the Annual Report)
Prepare documents for and take minutes at regular Board Meetings
Provide feedback and ideas for improving practices within the [non-clinical] program to ensure that proper organizational standards and goals are met
Assist in staff management through preparing staff meeting materials, fostering clear communication and respect among staff members, and organizing schedules

Community and Donor Engagement
Prepare 501(c)(3) thank you letters for donations and oversee handwritten Thank You notes of in-kind donations
Develop reports, brochures, and newsletters to inform and engage community
Communicate with local partners and volunteers about holiday foods and donations for residents (Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Mardi Gras, Easter, etc)
Work with the community members and organizations to identify possibilities for partnerships and develop programs with them to support residents

Intern Coordination and Supervision
Engage with local universities to recruit interns, i.e. attend internship fairs and/or contact service learning facilitators
Help facilitate the application process (advertising, screening, interviewing, etc.)
Plan intern assignments with ED
Plan professional development with the guidance of ED
Serve as primary contact for Eden House undergraduate interns

Resident Support
Drive residents to and from appointments
Engage with residents and assist clinical staff in maintaining their calendars
Practice open communication between residents and staff, fostering awareness of resident issues and concerns
Ensure communication between the houses
Be an active presence and participant in Eden House programming

Reports to: Executive Director

Bachelor’s Degree in related field
2+ years of work experience (could include Americorps or related experience)
Strong written and oral communication skills
Exceptional organizational and leadership skills
Ability to maintain a budget
Prior training, experience, or demonstrated interest to work with individuals who have experienced severe trauma
Ability to adapt to quickly changing work environments
Working knowledge of Office, Quickbooks, donor databases, and Excel

Salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply: please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to:
Position will remain open until filled.
For questions, please call 504-407-0943.