FARM has the following openings at our national
headquarters in Bethesda, MD, a suburb of Washington D.C.
OFFICE MANAGER - Responsible for keeping the office
organized and running, maintaining computers and other equipment,
maintaining telephone and DSL services, ordering and organizing supplies
and merchandise, managing mail and mailings, filling requests for
information and merchandise. Position requires good organization, and an
eye for detail.
DATABASE MANAGER - Responsible for maintaining our
membership and other databases and for member communications. Position
requires good data entry skills and thorough familiarity with MS Access
and Outlook Express.
BOOKKEEPER - Responsible for processing incoming checks,
dealing with vendors, paying bills, doing payroll, maintaining financial
records, and preparing financial reports. Position requires business or
bookkeeping background and familiarity with bookkeeping software.
Each position requires applicable prior experience,
self-starting ability, ability to work in a team setting, and dedication
to animal rights and veganism.
We offer an unparalleled opportunity for professional
growth, and personal fulfillment, along with modest pay and housing, if
needed. The office is located in a safe and pleasant residential
neighborhood of Bethesda, MD, 20 minutes from downtown Washington.
FARM is a national organization promoting planetary
survival through plant-based eating. Our programs include the Great
American Meatout, World Farm Animals Day, National Veal Ban Action,
Letters From FARM, CHOICE, Industry Watch, and the Animal Rights
national conferences. To learn more about FARM, check our website at
To apply, send resume and a letter noting position(s),
special qualifications and interests, availability, and salary
requirements to: Staffing, FARM, 10101 Ashburton Lane, Bethesda, MD
20817, or e-mail
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