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Small synagogue is seeking an administrative assistant to offer support to leadership and members of the congregation.


  • Provide general administrative and clerical support including mailing, scanning, and copying to leadership

  • Maintain electronic and hard copy filing system

  • Open, sort and distribute incoming correspondence

  • Perform data entry and scan documents

  • Manage calendar for leadership

  • Assist in resolving any administrative problems

  • Run company’s errands to post office, bank and supply runs

  • Answer calls and help with inquiries

  • Prepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos and emails

  • Schedule and coordinate meetings and appointments

  • Maintain supplies for synagogue


  • 2+ years of hands on administrative support experience

  • Proficiency in Google Docs and Drive, Mailchimp, Canva and Wix websites

  • Knowledge of operating standard office equipment

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal

  • Ability to prioritize projects and strong problem-solving skills

  • Good research skills and attention to detail

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