Administrative Coordinator (Human Services)

Pathlight Group Springfield , MA 01105

Posted 3 weeks ago

Pathlight is currently looking for an Administrative Coordinator for our Springfield, MA office.

HOURS: 40 hours/week, Monday - Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

The organization:

Pathlight is a non-profit organization that serves to enhance the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities. Pathlight has been doing this since 1952.

Here at Pathlight, we want to live in a world where people with intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, and autism are recognized for their full human potential; where they are empowered to build an engaged and connected life, made up of the people and activities that they choose and that are meaningful to them.


Perform a variety of support duties for Director and supervisory staff in the development, implementation and maintenance of administrative procedures and practices.


Thorough knowledge of a specialized field such as secretarial science, training in personnel principles, practices, specific regulations and involving skills, knowledge and the application of basic theory, equal to 2 years of college. Computer knowledge required to include word processing and spreadsheet management.

Advanced Excel and Microsoft Office skills are preferred. May require working remote and/or travel to remote office locations.

Payrate: $15.86 per hour. We also offer an outstanding benefits package that includes paid time off, health insurance, tuition reimbursement, Verizon discount and AAA membership. Don't forgot to ask about our Employee Hiring and retention Bonus plan and Employee Referral Bonus Plan.

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Prefer a paper application? Stop by our office to complete an application!

Springfield office is located at: 220 Brookdale Dr. Springfield, MA

Greenfield office is located: 101 Munson St. Greenfield, MA

Pathlight has demonstrated a commitment to issues of diversity. We welcome all applicants. EOE

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Administrative Coordinator (Human Services)

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