The Hindu Society of Central Florida is looking for a full time Temple manager. Ideal Job for a retired executive or a manager who wants to serve part time or full time! The Job is open only for US Citizens, Green Card holders or Residents with work authorization. Temple Manager who will be responsible for the administration and management of the temple. Duties will include assisting the Governing Council Members and Administration of the staff, Maintaining time cards and managing payroll, Procurement of supplies, Managing facility rentals, Ensuring cleanliness of temple and the associated facilities, Keeping accounts of all receipts and payments, Overseeing the maintenance of the temple facilities. Applicants must have experience in administering and managing facilities and staff. Knowledge of computers, spreadsheets and accounting is essential English proficiency is required, ability to communicate in multiple Indian languages will be a plus.
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While an understanding of the Hindu faith can be beneficial for some roles, it's not a requirement for all positions. We value diversity and welcome applicants from all backgrounds who are passionate about community service.
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It depends on the volunteer role. Some roles might require specific skills or training, while others are open to anyone with a willingness to help. We always try to match volunteers to roles that best fit their skills and interests.
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The Hindu Society of Central Florida dedicates this temple to all sects of Hindus with the principal objective of not only, making it a place of worship but, also to be a learning center and a platform for exposition of Indian arts and culture