Coffee Break® Administrative Assistant


Help us organize 2017’s nationwide Alzheimer Coffee Break®.

Coffee Break® events bring people together to talk about Alzheimer's disease and dementia over a cup of coffee, raising awareness and funds for programs, services and research. Our 2017 goal is to see 120 Coffee Break® events across British Columbia.

2017 Coffee Break® Administrative Assistant

Coffee Break® Administrative Assistants are key to ensuring Coffee Break® hosts have the supplies to pull off a great event. Your duties include:

  • Assembling, mailing and tracking Host Kits
  • Keeping track of Coffee Break supply inventory levels 
  • Printing/copying materials, creating labels, preparing mail-outs
  • Monitoring the Coffee Break email account and managing supply-related inquiries 
  • Other tasks as required


  • Once a week for four months, between July 24 and November 3, 2017
  • 4-5 hours per day
  • Shifts available either Monday or Thursday

Benefits of volunteering

  • Resume builder: Add an administrative project with a well-known charity to your resume. Reference letter included.
  • Skill builder: Learn how to manager key logistics in fundraising and event management.
  • Community builder: Support champions in their efforts to raise awareness and funds across B.C.

Requirements / qualifications / skills

  • Reliable, friendly, energetic, with a "pitch-in" attitude
  • Cooperative, flexible and able to multi-task  
  • Good computer skills, including Word, Excel other MS Office tools at an intermediate level
  • Professional written communication skills – able to communicate clearly and confidently with event hosts via email 
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently to complete assigned tasks in a timely manner and adhere to deadlines

Provincial Office at 300-828 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.

To Apply

Please forward a resume to Allison Baker at with the subject line “Coffee Break Administrative Assistant” or complete our online application.


Last Updated: 09/11/17
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