Interfaith is Hiring an Office Administrator

Office Administrator Job Description

The Interfaith Family Shelter is a non-profit organization that runs a Shelter for homeless families in Everett, Washington. Our success depends on our people, productivity, and procedures. An office administrator is the supportive force driving each of these areas, and we’re currently seeking someone stellar to take the reins. The ideal professional for the role is a flexible problem solver with superb communication skills with a detail-oriented mindset. He/she should have prior experience thriving in an administrative capacity in an office environment. Multitasking and the unique ability to deftly handle the unexpected are essential qualities to bring to the position.

Objectives of this Role

  • Ensure general management of the office, overseeing operational efficiency, effective communications, and other types of strategic and tactical planning
  • Efficient management of contracts with government and local entities, managing vendor contracts and relations, and facilitation of all office functions and services
  • Act as primary liaison between the company, staff, and management, providing information, answering questions, and responding to requests
  • Oversee and achieve organizational goals while maintaining an efficient, productive, and positively cultured office and employee experience

Daily and Monthly Responsibilities

  • Warmly greet visitors to our facility; answer and direct phone calls promptly, fielding solicitors/cold sales calls; and maintain office efficiency arranging necessary repairs
  • Perform a variety of administrative duties, such as generating and distributing memos, letters, spreadsheets, forms, and faxes; and sorting and distributing incoming mail
  • Assist with billing by preparing and sending invoices; maintain donor databases; track accounts; oversee the invoice workflow, and assist in copying and distributing production orders and other internal documents as requested
  • Understand QuickBooks and Excel to update spreadsheets used for budgeting, grant management, financial management and general accounting.
  • Schedule and track meetings and appointments, and monitor and process personnel timesheets and sick leave/vacation.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Proven administrative experience
  • Superb written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong time-management skills and multitasking ability
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office particularly Excel, with aptitude to learn new software and systems
  • Solid interpersonal skills
  • High school diploma with specific additional training or equivalent

Preferred Qualifications

  • College degree
  • Previous success in office management
  • Experience creating and managing budgets and expenses
  • Experience developing internal processes and filing systems
  • Comfortable handling confidential information
  • Ability to adapt to changing situations in a calm and professional manner


Salary: $20.00 to $22.00/hour 35 hours per week

Medical and Dental benefits Offered

Vacation, Sick Leave and Family Medical Leave

To apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to the Executive Director by emailing