Part Time

Office Administrator

Camp Miriam Vancouver

About Camp Miriam

Camp Miriam has been providing fun, Jewish, educational, empowering and life-changing experiences for kids since 1948. As a youth-led camp and a member of the Habonim Dror youth movement, we create and deliver transformational and inclusive programming where campers learn about Israel, Jewish history, social justice and the environment. At Camp Miriam kids have the freedom to explore their values and their Jewish identity, express their ideas and make a difference. Our overnight summer camp is located on Gabriola Island, BC, and our year-round camp office is located in Vancouver.

Job Description

The Office Administrator provides administrative support in the day-to-day operations of Camp Miriam, and works collaboratively with the youth leadership, the Community Director and the Director of Development & Operations to promote camp’s mission and support the annual cycle of activities, while providing efficient and courteous service to the camp’s various stakeholders (donors, volunteers, parents and other community members).
The Office Administrator is responsible for managing the camp office in the Vancouver Jewish Community Center, supporting the Community Director in the registration cycle, and supporting the youth leadership team in the hiring of the summer staff. In addition, the Office Administrator works with the Fundraising Chair and the Director of Development & Operations to support fundraising campaigns, alumni relations, donor recognition, and donations processing.

Experience and Skill Requirements

At least 3 years of related/transferable experience in office management
Computer literacy with strong skills using Microsoft Office (including proficiency with Excel).
Working knowledge of DonorPerfect, or comparable donor management software. Familiarity with email marketing tools such as Constant Contact and Mailchimp is an asset.
Ability to manage time efficiently, high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
Ability to establish and maintain effective and professional working relationships with team members, youth leadership, volunteers, parents, donors, and other stakeholders.
Ability to work independently and take initiative.
Strong communication skills including good writing skills and an ability to support content development for, but not limited to, reports, newsletters and grant applications.

Other Requirements
Complete and pass a Vulnerable Persons Criminal Records
References check
LOCATION: Vancouver
HOURS: The position is 20 hours/week (.5 FTE). Work in the office at least 3 days/week. This position offers and requires some flexibility with respect to work hours to allow for the seasonal nature of an overnight camp and fundraising. Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required.
COMPENSATION: Compensation package will be based on experience and qualifications.

Please send your resume and cover letter to by April 4, 2023.

Qualifications: 3-5 years of experience.