Logistics and Administrative Coordinator

JGO: Jewish Grad Organization | Remote, United States

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Posted Date 6/19/2024


Job Description:  The Jewish Graduate Organization (JGO) is seeking a talented and motivated Logistics and Administrative Coordinator to assist with all aspects of our program and event operations, as well as general administrative tasks, on a part-time basis. The ideal candidate is a detail-oriented, punctual, and passionate self-starter, capable of multitasking and working independently while being a team player. The Logistics and Administrative Coordinator will serve as the primary point person for logistics, operations, and general administrative tasks of all organization programs and events, including on-campus events and national programs. This position can be done remotely from anywhere in the US!




  • Coordinate logistics and operations for hundreds of on-campus events
  • Keep track of and stay on top of all campus Event Requests and Speaker Requests.
  • Liaise with both students and National Engagement Coordinator for campus requests.
  • Set up event profiles on the events calendar and update the website for each event.
  • Manage pre and post-event registration collection, database entry and reporting, and information collection
  • Order food and supplies for each event and coordinate remote delivery/drop-off/pickup.
  • Arrange printing of any printing needed by students at nearby FedEx/printing locations.
  • Coordinate student reimbursements and payments


  • Assist Program Manager in coordinating logistics and operations for all national programs (Partner Summit, JELCON, Fellowship, Connect, etc.).
  • National program operations and logistics may include but are not limited to printing, nametags, food ordering and coordination, hotel and/or event space coordination, and A/V needs.
  • Coordinate delivery with vendors for large-scale events.
  • Coordinate nametags and other supplies.

Finance Admin:

  • Review and ensure correct payment classifications and timely submission of receipts.
  • Process payments and reimbursements using various methods (Zelle, PayPal, checks, etc.).
  • Stay updated on organization and HR requirements and ensure they are addressed.
  • Coordinate with the bookkeeper to input payment data and maintain financial records.
  • Assist with financial reporting and budgeting as needed.

General Admin:

  • Provide general administrative support to the organization, as needed
  • Assist with data entry and database management. 
  • Interface with vendors to resolve challenges and issues related to payments (e.g., AMEX, Zoom, Dropbox, office space, etc).

What We Offer:

  • Flexible Work Environment: Work from anywhere, anytime. As long as the job gets done, you're free to set your own schedule.
  • Work-Life Balance: Yes, we have a lot on our plate, but we believe in efficiency. Complete your tasks on time, and we won’t ask you to put in overtime.
  • Amazing Team: Be part of a group of great, fun, and engaging colleagues who make work enjoyable.
  • Holiday Observance:  In addition to having most Legal holidays off, we observe and are closed for all Jewish holidays, including the intermediate days of Sukkot and Pesach. Enjoy these days off to celebrate and rest.
  • Flexible Sick Days: Your health comes first. If you're sick, take the time you need without worrying, and we also offer an annual sick day allotment.
  • Generous Paid Time Off: Start with 10 days of official paid time off, giving you the break you deserve.
  • Supportive Work Culture: We understand the importance of having a reliable back-up. Whether you're sick, on vacation, or dealing with unexpected events, as long as you communicate with your understudy, we ensure the job gets done seamlessly.


  • Bachelor's Degree.
  • Demonstrated experience with MS Office and G-Suite; preferred experience with various online applications such as Eventbrite, Dropbox, Slack, CRM software (Civi), Jotform, Canva, and Slack. 
  • 3+ years of experience in operations, administration, or event management.
  • Understanding of the laws of Kashrut, Shabbat, and appreciation for the Jewish holidays.

Most Essential Skills:

  • Positive, Can-Do attitude, willing to take on any task with a big smile!
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Detail-oriented.
  • Deadline oriented.
  • Flexible team player.
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with partners.


Salary50.00 - 70.00 Annual
Full Time | Part Time, Contract, & Seasonal
Administrative Support | Community Organizing
Leave Early for Shabbat | Paid Holidays | Paid Vacation | Sick Days
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