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Transfaith seeking half-time staff for Philadelphia, PA office (FILLED)



Transfaith is looking for someone who will be excited to become a part of our small, growing organization!

As Operations Coordinator, you will work closely with the Executive Director and in support of other staff and volunteers. While many of our activities are managed virtually (apps in the cloud and stakeholders-off site), you will be the key staff person managing our Philadelphia office. Primary areas of engagement include office administration, bookkeeping, and social media. You may also be involved in administrative support tasks from scheduling to travel logistics, as needed.

A full job description is available online (REMOVED).

Transfaith is a national, multi-faith, multi-racial, multi-gender nonprofit organization that is led by transgender people and focused on issues of faith and spirituality.

Non discrimination policy: Transfaith is an equal opportunity employer. Non-Christians, women, people of color, and transgender-identified people are encouraged to apply.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to office@transfaithonline.org.


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