Since 1899, the Boston Rescue Mission (BRM) has focused on preventing and ending homelessness and in guiding people from a place of need to a place of self-sufficiency. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, BRM serves women and men who are homeless and at risk of homelessness 365 days a year. People in crisis, including veterans, come to the Mission to receive hearty meals, safe shelter beds, and life-transforming services. Our shelter programs focus on treating the underlying causes of homelessness with individualized case management, employment, and services to guide people toward permanent housing. Our approach establishes a caring and accountable recovery environment along with job skills and related training designed to promote healthy, independent living. We are committed to helping people break their personal cycle of homelessness and over time have seen remarkable results.
Provide general office support to BRM administrative staff.
Computer work, including:
Creating and editing documents and spreadsheets
Scanning and filing digital documents
Sending and receiving emails
Making phone calls to donors and volunteers.
Filing paper and digital documents.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite - Word, Excel, and Outlook
Basic knowledge of office equipment - printer/scanner/fax
Compensation and Benefits
Discovering the inner workings of a nonprofit agency that serves the poor.
Free meals available during shift periods.
How to Apply
Boston Rescue Mission is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.