Administrative Assistant job in Boston
|Company Type:||Certified B Corporation|
|Impact Area:||Knowledge & Information|
|Company Name:|| Tech Networks of Boston|
|State / Province:||Massachusetts (MA)|
|Zip / Postal Code:||02127|
Our staff says:
Our Admin Assistant will be an integral member of this staff, working Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm. He/she will serve as a resource to senior management and report directly to the COO. Everyone at TNB will benefit from the individual’s abilities to organize and prioritize efficiently and accurately.
The person in this role performs tasks in three main areas:
General responsibilities follow, although scope of work is not limited to these tasks.
Other duties are assigned as needed.
The Administrative Assistant performs other duties on an occasional basis, working independently and within a team on special nonrecurring and ongoing projects. This may include (and is not limited to):
The individual will be organized, accurate, and efficient as well as motivated to further our goals to assist organization who make a positive social impact.
Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) is a managed services provider offering IT support to mission-driven organizations and non-profits to enhance their effective use of information technology. TNB is proud of the innovative approaches and expertise that we provide to each client to help them increase impact and efficiencies in their work through leveraging technology more effectively. We are also confident that other organizations benefit from collaborating with us.
In addition, TNB promotes and supports a variety of sustainability initiatives.
TNB is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We hire the best talent regardless of gender, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, age, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
If you are interested in joining our diverse team of professionals, please send your resume and a cover letter detailing why you wish to be considered for this position. No phone calls, please.