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Administrative Coordinator

Do you want to make the world a better place? Your administrative skills can help you do that. Join a team committed to a crucial global mission in an organization for which you can be proud. Work in a collaborative environment in which everyone is striving toward...

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Administrative Coordinator- Temp to Hire $50k

Our client, a DC based, mission-focused nonprofit with global reach is looking to bring on a talented new administrative assistant to support their Communications department. The assistant will support a busy team with meeting and event planning, scheduling, and...

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Call Center Representative

A prestigious trade association is hiring long term contractors to assist their clients through an application process. This role is part of their call center department. You will be trained on all aspects of the process to be highly effective on the phone. If you...

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HR Consultant

We have an opportunity for HR Consultant (temp-to-hire) on a career track. Our client is a non-profit organization committed to making a huge difference in the lives of young people. This is an opportunity for an HR professional to build on your strong platform of...

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Coordinator

An association management firm seeks an ambitious individual to provide administrative and project support. Responsibilities include accounting assistance, processing membership applications, database maintenance, scheduling calls, and website updates.  This candidate...

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Program Coordinator

Our client, a growing member-focused management company in downtown DC, is looking for a self-starter and versatile Program Coordinator.  In this role you will manage meeting schedules, help coordinate events, conduct research on relevant policy issues, create...

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Office Coordinator

Our client, a thriving and growing commercial real estate firm located in a beautiful office space in Northern Virginia, is looking for a stellar Office Coordinator. This multifaceted role is an excellent opportunity within a high growth company. This role is right...

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Office Manager & Executive Assistant

One of the leading voices working on cutting edge technology and innovation issues is looking for a hybrid Office Manager and Executive Assistant. The position requires a highly organized problem solver to support the executive team. In this role you will facilitate...

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Grants Coordinator

Our client, a large social justice philanthropic organization, is growing and seeking an additional Grants Coordinator to assist with all facets of grants processing. This fully remote position is an amazing opportunity for someone with grants experience who wants to...

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Project Manager

We are recruiting for a project manager for a progressive nonprofit dedicated to social equity and justice. In this role you will be working on relevant electoral issues that are important to the lives of under-served communities nationally. This role is right for you...

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Washington residents were not allowed to vote for president until 1964.

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