We are hiring an Administrator to support one or more areas of ARC’s financial operations. The ideal candidate
would have experience and/or training in grant writing or financial management. Depending on the strengths and experience as
well as the geographical location and availability of the applicant, this job could be full-time or part-time. Regardless, the working
hours can be flexible, and all employee benefits will be available.
RELEVANT SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE COULD INCLUDE:
● Experience or training in writing grants to foundations and government agencies
● Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
● Proficient organization skills, especially as related to finances and data
● Experience using Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks, and/or Salesforce
● Comfort working remotely and autonomously, communicating virtually with colleagues
● Bilingual Spanish/English (additional compensation offered)
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES COULD INCLUDE:
● Lead grant-writing and grant-reporting efforts for the organization, with support from the Executive Director.
● Learn and track ARC programming outcomes and evaluation data, in collaboration with the Program Director.
● Develop annual budget in collaboration with ARC Directors.
● Track ARC’s revenue, expenses, and current assets, in order to help ensure ARC maintains a healthy financial position.
● Provide financial reports to ARC board and staff.
COMPENSATION: Pay for this position will start at $20-30/hour, depending on experience. ARC offers a generous benefits package
including a flexible paid leave policy, excellent health and dental coverage for employees and their family members, and cell
phone reimbursement. A 10-20% cost of living increase is available for employees living in Sacramento, Tahoe or the Bay Area.
About Adventure Risk Challenge
Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC) is a youth development nonprofit which was founded in 2004. ARC’s unique multi- year program progression integrates reflective writing and empowering public speaking experiences with outdoor adventures from Yosemite to Lake Tahoe. Each participant is a part of a cohort, because we believe community built through trusting peer and adult relationships is integral to meaningful and impactful programming. ARC aims to engage and support students who are underrepresented in the outdoors and higher education, especially first-generation and English language learning students from the Central Valley and Tahoe/Truckee region. All outdoor gear, food, transportation and necessary resources are provided by ARC.