TreeUtah seeks an Administrative Assistant
The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for the reception of incoming correspondence with TreeUtah, bookkeeping, record keeping, bills, and reimbursements; they will also have the opportunity to help facilitate TreeUtah community events.
Reception is responsible for checking the mail, voicemail, general company email, and helping keep on top of social media. Bookkeeping will be done through Intuit Quickbooks. It will be used to generate checks for payment, employee reimbursements, and keeping track of all expenditures and donations; this includes collecting and recording all receipt information and all check information. Record keeping will be done with Giftworks. It will be used for donation records, generating thank you letters, and generating donor lists and reports. The administrative assistant will be responsible for making sure all bills are paid on time and recording all the records of the bill payment in Quickbooks. They will also be responsible for ensuring that all money is correctly deposited into TreeUtah’s accounts; this means they will deposit all checks, transfer and record all PayPal donations, and ensure that all other forms of donation are either automatically or manually deposited into TreeUtah’s system.
As a member of the TreeUtah team, the administrative assistant will also be asked to help facilitate community and education events if needed. This includes setup for the events, volunteer leadership at community plantings, helping give presentations in education events, and helping take down and put away all materials required for the events. Driving the company truck might be necessary, so a valid driver’s license is required.
Part-time; Up to 10 hours per week. Looking for candidates ASAP. Open until filled.
EcoGarden Manager: Research, design and implement community volunteer events at TreeUtah’s EcoGarden, a permaculture orchard next to the Day-Riverside Library in Rose Park. TreeUtah staff will offer support, office space, tools, supplies, and event promotion to EcoGarden Manager, but the EM will have independence and autonomy in developing and maintaining the EcoGarden.
Science Camp Interpreter:
“If a child is to keep alive their sense of wonder, they need the companionship of at least one adult who can share it.”
Help steer the next generation into falling in love with science and the natural world through a 6-week long nature immersion with Salt Lake City School District. We will be guiding Title I elementary-aged students from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds through tree-themed STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) activities. This camp will take place at the EcoGarden, our Permaculture Orchard next to the Day-Riverside Library in Rose Park. Monday-Thursday June 11th- July 19th, 1-3 pm.
Videographer/ Artist/ Storyteller
TreeUtah has been improving the lives of Utahns for 3 decades. Help us tell our story through your artistic medium. Give trees a voice and document how tree-planting can transform communities. Tell the story of a single tree and help others experience or visualize the life of earth’s most ancient living things. There are so many Tree Stories to tell.
Other Internship/Volunteer Opportunities: TreeUtah can tailor an internship to meet your needs. We welcome a variety of students looking to expand their experiences. Learn how to manage volunteers at a community tree planting, assist with a science summer camp, go to a school and help plant a tree or manage our EcoGarden, a permaculture orchard in Rose Park.
To apply for an internship please send a cover letter and resume to Education@treeutah.org.
SLCC Students apply HERE