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Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteers

Programs Administration Intern



Job Description
Who: You are a committed, reliable person who wants to support Idaho Youth Ranch’s administrative team to provide support and direction to customers, donors and staff.

What: Admin Extraordinaire will provide:
• Phone Support: Answer telephone, screen and direct calls, take and relay messages, provide information to callers
• Client/Visitor Greeting: Greet persons entering organization and direct them to the correct destination and/or answer questions as appropriate.
• General administrative support: Scheduling meeting, manage incoming/outgoing mail, maintain office supplies, Must be proficient in MS Word.

Why: Help improve IYR’s administrative team by providing support during peak times.

When: This opportunity would be most beneficial a couple times a week during business hours (8a-5p), Monday through Friday. We'd love to have you up to 20 hours per week!

How: To volunteer for this opportunity, you will need to:
Be at least 18 years old
Submit application and resume
Submit to a criminal background check
Complete interview
Comply with all Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteer Policies and Procedures







About Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteers
Idaho Youth Ranch is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping vulnerable, at-risk kids transform the pain and despair of childhood trauma into hope for a promising future.


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