Employment

NAMI Hancock County offers a community of understanding and acceptance through education, support, and advocacy.  Our ability to provide such services would not be possible without our staff. All of our staff are committed to the overall mission to promote mental health and have some personal experience with mental illness either as an individual, family member, friend, or a concerned citizen.

 

If mental health is important to you and you are passionate about helping your community, please consider applying today!

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Office and Outreach Support Administrator

NAMI Hancock County is in search of an Office and Outreach Support Administrator that provides quality information for inquiries and communications via phone, fax, mail, or e-mail as well as create and distribute a monthly newsletter. This position will oversee inventory and distribution of promotional materials, social media content, and maintain office supply inventory. This position is also responsible for organizing, recruiting, and managing a volunteer force. The Office and Outreach Support Administrator will work with other local social service organizations and manage NAMI Hancock County’s membership. This position will also be expected to work to help NAMI Hancock County grow and fulfill its mission. This part-time position is 30 hours a week, Monday through Friday. Office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand. Requires a minimum of a high school diploma, two or more years of successful work experience in this or a related field or prior experience as a volunteer coordinator for a public or nonprofit employer. Working with adults/children with mental health conditions and background in the social services is a plus. If interested, please send resume to bailey@namihancockcounty.org.

How do I apply?

 Please send your resume and all questions to bailey@namihancockcounty.org.

Are there any requirements for this position?

Requires a minimum of a high school diploma, two or more years of successful work experience in this or a related field or prior experience as a volunteer coordinator for a public or nonprofit employer.