Part-Time (40-50 hours a month)

Small Columbus non-profit needs an Office Manager who takes pride in quality work and who can work without on-site supervision. The ideal person would enjoy improving on processes; be detail-oriented; be self-starting, personable, a clear communicator, and responsive. The individual must be proficient with technology (e.g., Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Constant Contact, PayPal).  Duties include: administrative/clerical tasks such as writing newsletters, managing membership and annual appeals; setting up event spaces (in person and Zoom) and managing event registration; bookkeeping; communicating/corresponding (email, telephone, in person) with public, members, speakers, landlord, and other Jungian organizations.

Position permits much of the work to be done from home but does require some time in the office and at programs. Email to indicate your interest and/or receive additional information.

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Small non-profit organization that provides educational and community events around Jungian psychology.  Organization is run by a small volunteer board with the office administrator as the only paid position.

To assist in the discovery and appreciation of our individual meaning and purpose in life that moves through each of us in our goal of mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical wholeness, as well as the deeper collective patterns that develop within culture, we provide to the clinical and broader community education and resources that explore Jungian psychology.  We do so through an expansive repertoire with well-informed presenters guided by a diverse Board and presented in a variety of formats in order for such information to be available to all.

We are a dynamic and engaged educational community based on the teachings of Carl Gustav Jung providing timely, relevant, engaging programs through a variety of formats intended to recognize and enhance psychospiritual connection and dimension in everyday lives and the relevance of Jungian concepts in our personal lives, the lives of our communities, and the world.

JungHaus, our headquarters at 1320 Cambridge Blvd, Columbus Ohio, is a place for reconnecting our inner and outer lives. It is a center for studying the mind and spirit, for creating and displaying art and for attending programs that inform, uplift, heal, and bring focus to life. These programs are presented by scholars, artists, healers and teachers from central Ohio and from all over the world. Our members include educators, ministers, artists, therapists, counselors, business people, students, medical practitioners, and many others seeking a deeper understanding.



Microsoft office, quickbooks, constant contact,