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5578PT Unpaid - SPUR Development Intern, SF

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  • druss129
    Sep 24, 2013
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      The San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) is one of North America’s preeminent urban planning and public policy organizations. Through research, advocacy and public education, SPUR promotes good planning and good government. SPUR is a member-supported nonprofit organization.



      COMMITMENT

      Weekdays: Monday and Thursday

      Hours per week: Flexible, but 14 hours a week preferred

      Commitment: Through October (until the end of Silver SPUR)

      Reports to Development Director



      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

      Administrative Support

      Generate confirmations, invoices, thank-you letters, RSVP lists, reports; handle follow-up correspondence
      Assist with high-level volunteer event committee meetings and communication
      Assemble packets, envelopes, invitations


      Event logistics and day-of coordination

      Prepare by performing inventory and gathering supplies
      Lead volunteers on event day by assigning tasks and providing support
      Setup boards, registration, and decorations at events


      Other duties as assigned

      Communicate with vendors
      Handling phone calls and e-mails
      Management of special projects and research opportunities


      PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

      Highly detail-oriented
      Interest in cities, public policy and urban issues
      Office Skills, preferably knowledge of Word and Excel to mail merge, and database experience
      Familiarity with online databases (eTapestry, Salesforce etc.)
      Strong communications skills, both verbally and in writing
      Copywriting and copyediting experience
      Experience with managing multichannel marketing campaigns (social media, print, email) with measured results
      Ability to independently manage workflow but also thrive in a team environment
      Ability to lead volunteers
      Ability to comfortably lift 30 lbs.