Qualifications: Degree in Human Resources, Finance, or Accounting preferred, but candidates with significant experience matching the position requirements will be considered in place of the listed degrees.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Manage all aspects of Human Resources, including the delivery of payroll and benefits packages; the management of personnel records; compliance with MA, OR, and federal employment requirements and best practices.
Organize and manage informational filings and order and inventory supplies as needed.
Ensure the legal operational mandates of the organization are met including, but not limited to State Registrations and Insurance Policies.
Oversee and fulfill administrative duties including, but not limited to, those associated with the Whale Adoption Project.
Engage with supporters, donors, and other interested persons on behalf of WDC.
Pay bills, issue invoices, and assist in preparing monthly financial statements.
To Assist the Executive Director, Finance & Audit Committee, and WDC staff with projects as assigned.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and list of three references. This position is open until filled.
About the Organization:
For 30 years, Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) has been working in the marine conservation field. We are guided by a simple principle – whales play a critical role in the health of our marine and global ecosystems. For over a decade, WDC’s North American office has implemented programs specifically dedicated to the protection of endangered species, including the North Atlantic right whale and Southern Resident orca. Visit whales.org to learn more.
Job Type: Full-Time
Compensation and benefits:
Hours per week:
Hard-working individuals who take pride in achieving team-driven goals. The office is dog-friendly and casual.
Perfect for someone who has a passion for marine conservation and will work hard to support a growing office toward its goal of a world where every whale and dolphin is safe and free.