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Part time
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Program Assistant Part Time
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Professional Part-Time Program Assistant

With the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board in Wenatchee, WA. The Assistant will work independently as well as in close coordination with other team members fostering programs, in a well-organized and professional office environment.

Job Description:

The Program Assistant plays a key role in the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board team achieving organizational goals and objectives, implementing program initiatives and fostering a well-organized and professional office environment. The Assistant will work at times independently and, at other times, in close coordination with other team members.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties and responsibilities include:

strategic communications with local, state, federal and tribal government partners and other non-governmental organizations;
coordination of meeting logistics, preparation and follow up for meetings of the Board of Directors, Regional Technical Team, Project Implementation Team and the NCW Forest Health Collaborative;
data entry using Excel, QuickBooks (preferred) and web-based systems (training offered);
management of annual office supply budget; and
assist finance manager and executive director in maintaining internal controls associated with a $1 million annual budget.


Ability to take initiative and actively engage with other UCSRB team members.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Highly organized and detail-oriented.
Experienced in the use of all Microsoft Office applications.

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About Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board

The UCSRB is a non-profit corporation of WA State, recognized as a 501(c)(3). The UCSRB fosters collaboration and cooperation among participating stakeholders, or those who are simply interested in river and forest restoration activities in the Upper Columbia region. Consider a tax-deductible contribution to facilitate on-going partnership through our regional collaborative framework.