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Administrative Office Coordinator - Job Position and Details

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ABOUT OHKA:

Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance is a nonprofit organization that works to create a Healthy Home for every child. Our main goal is to bring awareness and education to families in the city about environmental hazards, green and Healthy Homes and lead poisoning. We believe that education is fundamental for empowering people and creating change.

We strive to create environmental equality in Omaha for all by offering education on health hazards in the home, tenant legal rights, environmental testing, and information on the community resources available in the city.

OUR TEAM:

We are quirky, fun, hardworking, and passionate about our work. We enjoy fun team meetings, going on home visits, helping ensure kids live in Healthy Homes, and occasionally breaking out in karaoke singalongs. Won't you join us? 

JOB TITLE: Administrative Office Coordinator

Reports to: Director of Operations

Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree (desired)

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Creates a welcoming and engaging office environment for staff, clients, and partners. Responsible for all office coordination, including but not limited to, answering phones, data entry, filing and client scheduling. Maintains general office upkeep, maintenance and cleanliness. Support executive leadership with scheduling, meeting preparation and documentation.

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HOW TO APPLY:  

Please email your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Kiernan Scott - kiernan.scott@omahahealthykids.org. No phone calls or walk-ins please. Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Children need more than just education to be successful; they need a healthy home environment so that they can become the best versions of themselves.

– Shannon Melton, Director of Health Programs