Employment Opportunity: Office Manager

The Grist Mill and Gardens at Keremeos is a twelve acre provincial historic site that features spectacular heritage gardens (both ornamental and vegetable), fascinating heritage buildings and the only working waterwheel-powered flour mill in Western Canada. We also have a small restaurant, gift shop and campground and host a large number of special events through the season.

In the last seven years, the Grist Mill has seen significant growth with a six-fold increase in attendance, thanks in part to a commitment to quality customer service experiences. Fueled by our talented and enthusiastic staff, we are united in our passion to being an innovative leader in the heritage community. With so much going on, we need a lot of help keeping organized…

We’re currently looking for someone who wants to join our team as part-time office manager to handle the day-to-day administrative and clerical side of the business. Work hours will vary significantly depending on the season.

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the General Manager, this position will be responsible for coordinating financial activities (tracking and filing expenses, budget development, contract administration, accounts payable, payroll, purchasing and managing the visitor statistics, daily sales and cash routine), assisting with grant applications and reporting, supporting the General Manager with communications, and other duties as required.

Qualifications:

  • Detail-oriented with strong organizational and administrative skills
  • Comfortable with deadlines and juggling multiple tasks
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills with experience using Microsoft Office, QuickBooks and other comparable software applications.
  • Ability to work independently and under minimal supervision.

How to Apply:

Please direct questions and submit resume and pay expectations to:

Chris Mathieson, General Manager
Grist Mill and Gardens
2691 Upper Bench Road
Keremeos, BC V0X1N4
chris@oldgristmill.ca
(250) 499-9021

The deadline to apply is Feb 15, 2020.