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Registration Support Specialist - Hourly Flexibility

Job Description

WE'RE LOOKING FOR OUR UNICORN


WANTED: ONE FOCUSED INDIVIDUAL WITH PHENOMENAL ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS.


Does helping others navigate complicated procedures make you feel good? Do you also enjoy catching errors and finding missing information in documents?  Do you take pride in having grammatically correct email? (We're not looking for perfection, just the right personality.)


Would you like to be part of a successful team providing valuable registration services to a wide range of nonprofit organizations?


We are looking for a Registration Support Specialist to do the following:



  • Provide exemplary customer service support

  • Handle registration data input

  • Submit and monitor applications to states for charitable solicitation

  • Manage electronic customer files

  • Provide monitoring and maintenance of long-term projects


 


You: organized, patient, and a team player. (Sense of humor is a bonus!) Us: we are local and family owned. We are dedicated to serving the needs of nonprofits!


Experience with Mac OS, Adobe Pro, as well as with nonprofit and/or legal organizations is a plus.


Starting at $18 hour, minimum 24 hours and up to 40 hours per week.


Benefits include nine paid holidays + one floating holiday per year, a flexible schedule, participation in cash profit sharing after six months, potential to earn additional PTO, and flexibility in starting rate, dependent upon experience.



Company Description
Affinity provides state fundraising registration administrative support to nonprofits.
Any nonprofit's multi-state charitable registration challenges are solved with an awesome staff and our online Affinity Single Portal system.



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