Administrative Analyst
6-Month Fixed Duration

Based in Seattle, WA

Purpose: To provide advanced clerical and administrative support to ensure the integrity of the database including member information to meet the needs of the Local.

Duties and Responsibilities: The Administrative Analyst reports to the Director or Administration and is responsible for complex administrative data analysis with the intention of providing a professional level of clerical and organizational expertise. As part of the Administration Department the number of tasks and duties associated with this position may vary depending on the skill-sets and strengths of the department and the needs of the organization. These include:

  1. Membership Services – including updates, searches, reports and mailings; dues processing and member entries/updates; run database search comparisons; analyze incoming information from Employers and Staff using a variety of methods
  2. Correspond with a variety of Employers, Payroll, Human Resource Representatives, and a diverse Membership and general public
  3. Support Field Staff and Management by providing lists, reports, and/or any other data assistance, training or instruction as requested to facilitate the work of the Local
  4. Ensure the integrity of the database by running list search comparisons and/or lists of each employer in database on a regular basis; work with Field Staff to obtain member data updates
  5. Work with IT Administrator to streamline data output, establish and create systems within current database, identify, simplify and troubleshoot criteria to improve database function
  6. Conduct inventory and light maintenance as needed of office equipment and office supplies (ordering, etc.)
  7. Perform meeting and event preparation including light-cleaning, furniture moving/placement and any other duties as assigned or involved with the planning and implementation of meetings/events and occasional light-cleaning of Staff kitchen/lunchroom area
  8. Represent Local at community or labor functions as assigned by Director of Administration
  9. Performs other duties as required to support the Local and its mission


  • Computer and technical skills and proficiency in MS Office Suite
  • Good reading comprehension, writing, typing, critical thinking, and basic math skills
  • Professional telephone and communication skills
  • Demonstrated experience with database systems
  • Competency in organizational, problem solving skills
  • Ability to plan, organize and prioritize work
  • Adaptable to changing needs and requirements
  • Able to meet established deadlines
  • Ability to work independently and with a team

Women, people of color, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Compensation: Competitive pay, great benefits, exciting work. Starting pay depends on experience. Benefits include fully employer-paid family health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, a generous leave package, car allowance, and fully employer-paid pension (defined benefit plan).

To Apply:
Send Résumé, Three Employment References, and Cover Letter to:

Martha Taylor
SEIU Local 925
1914 North 34th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

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