Events Administrative Coordinator


Cause Areas


Thu Mar 09, 2017 - Wed Aug 30, 2017


Global Paint for CharityAtlanta, GA 30362

We are a non-governmental organization with global impact, using paint to brighten communities and lives. Our volunteer opportunities are from the local neighborhood, all the way to Central America and Africa. You don't have to be a skilled painter or an artist to volunteer, just someone with a heart for people, whose willing to roll up their sleeves and paint the world with love. Join us changing lives one gallon at a time.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

The Global Paint for Charity seeks an energetic Intern or volunteer to manage the organization’s event logistics, communications, schedules, and office management. The Events Administrative Coordinator will assist the Events team with a variety of administrative and operational tasks in support of organizational events/initiatives. The Events Administrative Coordinator will provide administrative support to the local, national and international Events team.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Along with the PR and Marketing Coordinator set up all new events schedules in approved format.
  • Coordinate the events’ schedule, organize meetings, create presentations and process all arrangements for the events.
  • Assist the Executive Team with the fulfillment and following up with event hosts, organizers and sponsorships.
  • Manage and maintain the events electronic materials and hard copy of documents.
  • Provide the executive team an analysis of criteria for new and on going events.
  • Assists and supports the team with research, database, clerical, technical tasks including Board reports and other analysis as requested.
  • Assist with logistics of event activities, such as committee meetings, RSVP tracking, decor and theme of events, auctions, shipping of event materials and other activities.
  • Assist the Executive team in reviewing and making recommendations for contracts as they relate to events. Responsibilities include coordination of marketing needs, catering, transportation, and accommodations.
  • Responsible for pre and post event information on social media.
  • Manage and maintain processing forms for donations received.
  • Provide Web Department event updates for event pages and social media outlets.
  • Supply ordering as needed
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Has a passion for paint, colors and for helping the poor
  • Minimum of 10-12 hours per week.
  • Demonstrate skills and experience in fundraising
  • Experience with planning and implementing communications and marketing strategies desirable
  • Excellent verbal, presentation and relational skills; proficient research and writing skills; sound time-management practices; a high degree of professionalism with internal and external audiences

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required/Preferred:

  • Ability to organize materials, pays attention to details, and meets deadlines
  • Proven ability to manage multiple tasks while working independently
  • Ability to write in creative, descriptive, technical or factual manner
  • Work in a positive, team-oriented, and professional manner with all organization staff while executing events
  • A strong sense of urgency and commitment to get the job done quickly and with high quality
  • Knowledge: proficiency with personal computers and software applications, including Word, and Excel; general familiarity with office equipment
  • Demonstrated initiative, creativity and poise.

The Global Paint for Charity (tm) "Global Paint" (GPC) a non-profit agency that has headquartered in Atlanta since 2010. On one hand, we protect the environment and give back to communities in need by recycling paint from businesses and residents for the rehabilitation of vulnerable family homes, homeless shelters, schools, hospitals, churches and orphanages in developing countries in Africa, Caribbean, Asia, and Central America, as well as right here in the United States. And through our Paint Project & Beautification programs, we worked with local youths, community groups and volunteers from many corporations to paint for the single elderly seniors, widows and neglected locations in our local communities.

It’s estimated that 80 percent of the third world's homes and schools have very bad and unpainted walls, and more than 70 million children have never had access to a painted classroom. We provide underprivileged communities the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of color through every gallon of recycled paint. To date, we have salvaged over 200,000 Gallons and redistributed more than 120,000 Gallons to 18 countries and cities right here in the U.S. at no charge.

Please visit our web site at to learn more about the mission, vision, and core values of our organization.


  • Office Reception
  • Executive Admin
  • Fundraising
  • Administrative Support
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach

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Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 18
  • 12 hours/week

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