Administrative Assistant - SF START

Episcopal Community Services - San Francisco, CA3.9

30+ days agoFull-time
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (SF START)

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – Non-Union – Non-Exempt – PART TIME – 24 Hours/Week – Flexible Day
Shifts - POSITION ST12


Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco (ECS): “ECS helps homeless and very low-income people

every day and every night obtain the housing, jobs, shelter and essential services each person needs to prevent

and end homelessness.”

Episcopal Community Services, a nonprofit public benefit corporation, founded in 1983, operates shelters and

Navigation Centers for homeless adults and manages and/or provides services at eleven supportive housing

sites, including three affiliate-owned developments, for formerly homeless single adults and families. Its team of

behavioral health specialists serves San Francisco’s shelters, and its case managers are on-site at all of the

organization’s housing developments. Additionally, ECS manages a senior day-center with congregate meals

and case management, an adult education center, a culinary training program, as well as shelter-based meals

and catering through its CHEFS Kitchens, a social enterprise.

ECS serves approximately 8,000 individuals annually. The organization has an operational budget of $40 million,

assets of $5 million and employs nearly 400 persons. Additionally, ECS provides partnership management and

asset management services to its housing affiliates, with annual operations of $6 million and assets of $42

million.

The published hourly wage for an Administrative Assistant is $24.79. Full-time employees and those working at

least twenty hours per week enjoy a comprehensive benefits package.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Administrative Assistant for the SF START team will be responsible for the data entry while assisting the

Program Managers with the Department of Public Health’s AVATAR system, billing issues and reports. The

successful candidate must have proved verbal and written communications skills to interact with staff to correct

errors in AVATAR. The Administrative Assistant will assist with database maintenance/updates and will produce

monthly reports about team and individual performance towards billing goals and quotas to assist in invoicing of

services. The Administrative Assistant will run reports, correct errors, and troubleshoot problems with team billing

and documentation within the AVATAR system. Computer skills are essential. Must have ability to organize and

maintain client records.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree from and accredited college or university or an acceptable combination of education and

experience in administrative functions with strong attention to detail and accuracy. Proficient in Microsoft Office

(particularly, a strong proficiency with Excel), Windows the Internet, and data entry. Excellent verbal and written

communication skills. Detail oriented, with strong organizational skills. Ability to troubleshoot and work effectively

with minimum supervision. Ability to handle confidential and sensitive materials professionally and according to

agency policy. Ability to lift/carry approximately 20 lbs.

OTHER:

Must secure finger image screening and annual TB screening. Must be able to meet physical requirements of the

position which may include long periods at a desk and/or computer terminal. May travel to additional sites within

the service area. Will honor and abide by Episcopal Community Services rules and regulations, including

confidentiality. Some evening and weekend work may be required.

To apply for any of the above-mentioned positions, please send a cover letter and resume to
Justin Hurd, Human Resources 675 Minna Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Email: ECSJobs@ecs-sf.org


Or you may fax your letter and resume to fax number (844) 849-5323

Please include the Position Number of the position for which you are applying.

ECS will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records as consistent with San

Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance.