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Dream Streets- West Location

Office Manager

Dream Streets- West Location


Job Summary

The ideal candidate possesses solid administrative skills, can stay organized and anticipates multiple program needs. In addition, this person will ensure the location has the supplies it needs, volunteers and staff members are equipped to do their jobs well, and everyone’s schedule is maintained.

Job Responsibilities

  • Support location-specific programs by ensuring that leaders have necessary supplies and resources 
  • Manage West Nashville site calendar and staff schedules as requested
  • Assist Executive Director to host groups that serve at various ministry sites
  • Ensure building is clean and in working order for all programs and day-to-day activities; work with building-related vendors to ensure that all facilities, spaces, and vehicles are kept in proper working order
  • Work with Food Ministry Director to ensure that needs are being met for Mobile Food Distribution, including data capturing for food donations and families served, volunteer scheduling and management, and that all kitchen spaces are kept up to Second Harvest and Health Department standards
  • Reset ministry and program spaces before and after programming when requested/during times of heavy programming
  • Welcome and host visitors (volunteers, donors, community members, partners) at the center directing them to the appropriate staff member and collecting information needed to adequately support their needs
  • Answer Dream Streets phone calls and emails from community members and prospective clients 
  • Work with North Nashville Administrative Assistant to ensure that all mail is delivered to the appropriate staff members at each location
  • Carry out administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying, binding, scanning etc.
  • Work with Resource and Partnership Coordinator to maintain list for outside referrals that can be referenced when community members are in need
  • Schedule team meetings or building usage requests from outside organizations, serve as liaison with outside groups using our spaces 
  • Purchase office, cleaning, building supplies and maintain inventory
  • Use team databases to collect and store information on volunteers and opportunities
  • Proficient in Google Suite applications (Gmail, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Calendar)


  • Lives by Christian values and exhibit a relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Passionate about protecting and empowering people living in distress and finding ways to change the cycle of poverty
  • Exhibits humility, honesty, reliability, integrity, trustworthiness, and a servant’s heart
  • Possesses solid administrative skills, can stay organized and on top of the needs of multiple programs
  • Has the ability to organize calendar, prioritize emergent needs, and multi-task
  • Maintains grace and poise under pressure; remains teachable and adaptable to new situations

Additional Information


Position is 30 hours per week, full time with benefits. Schedule would either be 9 AM- 3 PM or 10 AM-4 PM daily depending on employee preference.

Health insurance (medical and dental) paid by employer for employee, can add dependents as a cost to the employee. 

PTO and sick time offered


How to Apply

Send resume and cover letter to TJ Fletcher, Executive Director, at


  • Date Posted: November 7, 2022
  • Type: Full-Time
  • Job Function: Administrative
  • Service Area: Social / Human Services
  • Start Date: 01/01/2023
  • Salary Range: 30,000-32,000
  • Working Hours: M-F, 9AM-3 PM