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Seeking Business Administrator

The Aviation Museum of NH is seeking a part-time Business Administrator. This is a Part-time position responsible for administrative duties including processing invoices, database management, event coordination, public relations, and membership administration. The Business Administrator reports to the Executive Director.


• Manage and maintain records of museum business including mail, invoices, membership, development, vendors, grants, banking activities, mailing lists, correspondence, etc.
• Manage day to day bookkeeping activities:accounts receivable, accounts payable, prepare contracts, manage petty cash,etc. Coordinate activities with Treasurer and CPA.
• Provide support for and during museum programs, events, and functions.
• Write and disseminate press releases. Support publication of newsletters. Assist with other marketing and advertisingactivities.
• Prepare monthly activity report for the Board of Directors.
• Manage membership database: new memberships, renewal memberships, member letters, and campaigns.
• Provide support for development activities.
• Manage day to day office supplies, stationary, etc.

Desired Candidate Attributes

• Strong organizational skills with attention to detail.
• Previous administrative and office management experience.
• Strong MS Office application skills: MS Word, Power Point, & Excel.
• Experience working with databases (knowledge of Sumac desirable)
• Strong written skills
• Basic graphic design skills desirable.


Part-time. Salaried, nonexempt position. 30 hours per week.
No benefits.

The Aviation Museum of NH is an equal opportunity employer.

Send resume and letter of interest to: Jessica Pappathan, Executive Director, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Please respond by November 20, 2017.

The Aviation Museum of NH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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