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Employment

 

Development Intern

 
Posted July 24
 
Thrive is looking for a detailed-oriented intern to join us at the start of the fall quarter and continue through spring and summer 2015. The internship is a wonderful opportunity for a local student who is interested in learning about the nonprofit sector—specifically fundraising and communications.
 
The position is part-time and paid, and the intern will be based at Thrive’s downtown Seattle office.
 
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To apply, send cover letter and resume to info@thrivebyfivewa.org by Friday, Aug. 8.

 
 
 

Senior Administrative Assistant

 

Posted July 11 (First Screening: Aug. 1)

 

Thrive is looking for a Senior Administrative Assistant to serve as the confidential executive assistant for the Deputy Director and lead facilitator of office functioning. This is a new role at Thrive. The assistant will provide comprehensive support to the Deputy Director for administrative tasks and responsibilities, external communication and scheduling as well as support Thrive’s Community Momentum work and coordinate Thrive’s administrative assistants.
 
The successful candidate will be an experienced executive assistant with nuanced people skills who conveys professional confidence and can effectively and efficiently orchestrate multiple tasks and activities by marshaling resources, making effective decisions and giving great attention to detail.
 
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To apply, email resume and letter of introduction to hr@thrivebyfivewa.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and the job is open until filled.

 
 

 

Early Learning Policy Manager

 

Posted July 1 (First Screening: July 25)

 

Thrive is looking for someone to join its Community Momentum team to help strengthen its statewide work to support partnerships and collaborate with community stakeholders. This is a new position, requiring the ability to represent and integrate experiences, perspectives and expertise from communities throughout the state, as well as facilitate conversations to support the Racial Equity Theory of Change.

 

The successful candidate must have a strong passion for equity and a commitment to addressing the opportunity gap, as well as knowledge of state and national policy related to early learning.

 

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To apply, email resume and letter of introduction to hr@thrivebyfivewa.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and the job is open until filled.