Change Lives as an Executive Administrative Assistant
Wings of Hope
Looking to put your skills and energy to work for an organization that is changing and saving lives around the world? Wings of Hope may be perfect for you. We are currently seeking a volunteer executive administrative assistant to support our president and CEO. This is a part-time opportunity for someone with excellent organizational skills and a passion for service. Learn more and apply at https://wingsofhope.ngo/get-involved/opportunities/."
The successful candidate should be proficient with: MS Office software, including Teams; Scheduling meetings and events using Outlook calendar; Knowledge of Zoom meeting set-up
The job will include the following but not limited to:
Copying, scanning documents
Run reports as needs from the eTapestry database
Update donor files as needed
Add birthdays to the Executive’s calendar
Hand address envelopes for personal cards
Email/phone/in-person interaction with people he may want to bring in for tours, Board of Directors
Internal volunteers and staff
Make cold calls to people the Executive has identified to see if tours/meetings/zoom calls can be arranged
Print Executive’s correspondence; make appropriate envelopes and copies for mailings
Process bills for payment
Make reservations: Dinner, Hotel, Seminars, airline, etc.
May need availability outside of the office via phone/email/computer work
About Wings of Hope
18370 Wings of Hope Boulevard, Chesterfield, MO 63005, US
Changing and Saving Lives Through the Power of Aviation
Wings of Hope was founded in 1962 and is the largest Humanitarian aviation charity in the world. Our intent is to save lives, improve the quality of lives, and bring hope to people where the utilization of aviation is vital to the accomplishment of these humanitarian endeavors. We have placed over 150 aircraft serving mankind in more than 40 countries.
We focus on what is needed in a region to help the less fortunate of our fellow man achieve an improved level of health care, education. and opportunity. Each region served has the work customized for their particular situation.
From our St. Louis area headquarters, we operate a free Medical Air Transport program that serves the central United States. This service carries children with various maladies and birth defects, even those that are not ambulatory, to and from health care. It also carries adults who have debilitating health issues. If needed and possible, we may arrange for the medical care necessary at participating health care providers.
St. Louis HQ volunteer hours generally 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.