Pitch In For Baseball is accepting applications and inquiries at all times from individuals seeking employment, internships, and/or volunteer opportunities with our organization.
PART-TIME PROGRAM ASSISTANT
REPORTS TO: Director of Programs and Operations
START DATE: Immediate
SALARY GRADE: $10.00 per hour
REQUIRED HOURS: Part time, up to 20 Hours per Week
Founded in 2005, Pitch In For Baseball (PIFB) collects and redistributes new and gently used baseball/softball equipment in an effort to increase access to the game and contribute to youth development. In 2016, PIFB helped more than 350 leagues, teams, schools, and organizations get the equipment needed to start, continue or expand their baseball/softball programs.
This position will focus be assisting the Director of Programs and Operations with sorting and packing equipment for projects as well as interface with equipment grantees to vet applications and secure reporting requirements. This person must have a high attention to detail, efficient, and be personable/comfortable with talking to grant recipients and donors.
- Unpack, sort, and inspect incoming inventory (both new and gently used)
- Enter donor information into PIFB database
- Vet incoming equipment grant applications
- Conduct phone calls/interviews with equipment grant applicants
- Create packing lists for each equipment grant and prepare donation (packing equipment)
- Create purchase orders for new equipment when needed
- Host equipment donors at the PIFB facility and give tours of our warehouse operation
- Attend equipment distribution events as needed
- Attend outreach/community events on PIFB’s behalf when appropriate
- Other duties as assigned
- PIFB often has programs and events outside of regular business hours. There may be times when you will be asked to work on nights and/or weekends.
EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, AND SKILLS:
- Ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously while maintaining high quality standards
- High level of attention to detail
- Strong ability to build relationships
- Ability to work independently with little supervision
- Ability to maintain excellence in a fast moving, often changing environment
- Ability to present information accurately and effectively, both verbally and in writing
- Ability to organize and prioritize work
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word
- Experience with international shipping a plus
- Basic knowledge of fundraising and Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) databases a plus.
- Knowledge of the different types of baseball and softball equipment a plus
While performing the operations related duties of this job the individual should be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds. Close vision and manual dexterity are required to access data utilizing a personal computer.