The Lambda Literary Foundation, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for LGBT literature, seeks a part-time Administrative Assistant for its Los Angeles office in Koreatown.

Desired qualifications include strong organizational skills with impeccable attention to detail, follow-up and follow-through. Strong writing skills are also essential.

The best candidate will be proficient in MS Word (including Mail Merge), Excel, PowerPoint and familiar with or able to learn DonorPerfect, QuickBooks, WordPress and other content management systems.

The Administrative Assistant will maintain LLF’s general e-mail box, handle ad sales for LLF’s website magazine, go through mail, enter data on and process donations, prepare acknowledgments, organize and prepare direct mailings, file paperwork and electronic documents in appropriate folders, and other duties as assigned.

The Administrative Assistant will also help with program specific tasks surrounding the Lambda Literary Awards and the Writers’ Retreat for Emerging LGBT Voices. Some physical labor will be required throughout year, including lifting file boxes and driving them to a storage unit.

LLF’s Administrative Assistant will work approximately 20 hours per week at $15/hour for a 6 month period with the possibility that the position will become permanent. Must have own transportation and be available to work some evenings and weekends as needed.

Please e-mail as word attachment your resume, cover letter (attention: Tony Valenzuela, Executive Director) and 3 references to info@lambdaliterary.org with “Administrative Assistant” in subject line.

The Lambda Literary Foundation (LLF) nurtures, celebrates, and preserves LGBT literature through programs that honor excellence, promote visibility and encourage development of emerging writers. Learn more about LLF at www.lambdaliterary.org.



  • Ron Fritsch

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