Rewarding Part-Time position: 20-25 hours per week preserving the waters of Seneca Lake with flexible hours. Some evening activities.

Pay and Benefits: Pay is commensurate with the level of responsibility. Starting pay $25,000 annually. The part-time position does not have benefits.

Work location: Geneva, NY. The position allows extensive telework, but there are some activities requiring a physical presence. There are many off-site meetings, so there is a local travel requirement (generally less than 50-mile radius).

Contacts: The position requires interpersonal contacts with the Board, Committee chairs, program leaders, volunteers, members, association partners and other stakeholders. Excellent communication and team skills are a plus.

Supervision: The position requires independent action with general direction.


● Manages the design, production, and distribution of the organization’s newsletter; coordinate article submissions, content, and photos based on the organization’s current and ongoing initiatives
● Maintains the organization’s website using a Content Management System
● Coordinates the organization’s mailings and produces special publications as needed
● Maintains the organization’s social media presence and creates relevant content
● Help to run day-to-day operations for Seneca Pure Waters (SPW)
● Reports to the Executive Committee (supervised by the President or Vice President of Operations)
● Serves as the main point of contact for the day-to-day interactions with members, donors, and the community on behalf of the organization
● Establishes and strengthens working relationships with partner organizations
● Works with the SPW’s Board of Directors and its committees to implement strategies and programs pertinent to the organization’s mission
● Assists with SPW’s community outreach programs including event logistics, event promotion, and attendance management
● Plans and implements Board objectives and fundraising campaigns with the Membership Committee
● Assists in the development of funding proposals and grant applications to support board initiatives
● Records, tracks and generates reports on the organization’s financials
● Prepares agendas and records the official minutes for all Board meetings (with assistant)
● Maintains the organization’s records, databases and mailing lists (with assistant)
● Attends monthly board meetings

Knowledge and Skills Qualifications:

● A bachelor’s degree or 3 years’ experience in a similar position
● Strong communications skills (i.e. writing, verbal, social media)
● Experience and knowledge of computer-based office productivity software
● Non-profit and/or administrative experience preferred
● Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively
● Excellent organizational and time management skills
● Ability to represent SPW in a professional and exceptional manner

Please send resume and cover letter to no later than end of day Friday, July 12, 2019. Any questions may be directed to that email.