Administrative Volunteer

RCRC year round volunteer positions are opportunities for people seeking academic credit, job training, and volunteer experience.  All positions become available on a rotating basis, and all positions are currently unpaid, although they provide an opportunity to do meaningful work for a nonprofit organization that matches your passions and values. Our year round volunteer positions provide a great opportunity to network and build skills in a positive work environment with an incredible team. If you are looking to receive school credit, we are happy to work with your school to meet their requirements. We are also happy to provide job recommendations and letters.

Administrative Volunteer

The Administrative Volunteer is responsible for general administrative tasks as assigned by the Executive Director. Interest in databases, fundraising, and of course music is preferred! The Administrative Volunteer plays an important role by providing administrative support to the organization and participating in programming and fundraising activities. Duties may include, but are not limited to: data entry, copying, filing, sorting/alphabetizing, office errands, keeping the database of donors up to date, using mail merge for newsletter & camper mailings, prospect research, creating mailing lists, and fundraising outreach. This role involves availability to run errands for the office, so a valid driver’s license and car is preferred. Must be organized and have the ability to handle scheduling and working within multiple spreadsheets.

Must have excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Must be highly organized and a self-starter. Strong multitasking ability required, as well as the ability to meet deadlines. Must pay tremendous attention to detail. Special events and community outreach activities can occur in the evenings and on weekends, so a flexible schedule is a plus.

Familiarity with Microsoft Office, Google Apps/Docs/Gmail preferred. Experience conducting online research. Reliability and punctuality are a must. Interest in music, feminism, social justice, and cultural issues a plus.

Flexible schedule, Monday-Friday during business hours (approx. 3-5 hours weekly, possibly more during Summer Camp/Ladies Rock Camp), with occasional meetings and events on evenings and weekends.


TO APPLY: Send a copy of your resume and a brief cover letter of interest to: [email protected]!