Business Positions

Business Administrator


We are looking for a Business Administrator with a heart for missions to join our team!

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Objective: Perform operations to keep the office running smoothly in order to allow staff to stay on task.

Position Description: Performs responsibilities of Office Administrator while also performing duties specific to human resources and donor relations including but not limited to the following:

Office Administrator

  • Provide administrative support for the office (clerical, secretarial, and receptionist), may delegate these responsibilities as staffing allows
  • Enter data and balance accounts using QuickBooks and donor database
  • Provide administrative functions (filing, correspondence, forms)
  • Operate office equipment including computers, copiers, fax
  • Order office supplies as needed
  • Assist 100 Fold Studio Directors as needed
  • Book air travel and plan itineraries in conjunction with Directors
  • Assist President with grant applications as needed
  • Provide administrative assistance as needed to Summer Studio Administrator and Director

Human Resources

  • Maintain and update staff personnel forms and human resource files
  • Communicate with applicants and provide and maintain application documents
  • Maintain and update corporate personnel forms and handbook
  • Maintain and update all non-architectural handbooks 

Donor Relations

  • Maintain and update donor database in SalesForce
  • Schedule a weekly “Thank You Day” and print excel donor reports for staff members
  • Answer donor calls and address concerns
  • Enter donation records and provide receipts to donors monthly


Report to the President and Executive Director

Commitment Phase: 

There are three employment commitments to 100 Fold Studio including: Internships (1-24 months), Fellowships (24-36 months), and Staff (3 years or more). Your commitment is a Fellowship with intention of becoming long-term staff.

Director’s Assistant, Vision + Call Internship

5-12 Months | Recent Graduates

100 Fold Studio partners with the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust to provide internship opportunities for an Architectural Intern, a Creative Media Intern, and a Director’s Assistant.

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M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust is a philanthropic foundation based in Vancouver, Washington that funds nonprofit projects and programs that enrich life in communities across the Pacific Northwest. The Trust’s Vision + Call Internship Program is an initiative in leadership development that helps faith-based organizations develop ministry internship programs for young adults, typically traditional-aged college students and recent graduates. Their vision is to help give interns the opportunity to consider their vocational direction while gaining meaningful work experience in a nonprofit setting. 

Through the Vision + Call Program, 100 Fold Studio has three, year-long  internship opportunities for an Architectural Intern, a Creative Media Intern, and a Director’s Assistant Intern. This position is intended to be for a gap-year college student or graduate or a recent graduate evaluating vocational direction. The Vision + Call Program also offers a summer position for a Videography Intern (June-August). 


Dates: September 2020-August 2021 

$1,333/month Living Allowance 

There is a required retreat for the V+C interns on October 2-4, 2020 in Yelm, WA.  Transportation reimbursement provided up to $350. 

Learn more about M.J. Murdock’s Vision + Call Program 

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Development Member, AmeriCorps VISTA Internship


100 Fold Studio currently has a year-long Development Member opportunity available through the Montana Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service To America) Program.

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Montana Campus Compact: The MTCC AmeriCorps VISTA project advances higher education’s public purposes and addresses poverty problems by utilizing strategic campus-community partnerships. MTCC VISTA offers partner organizations the opportunity to build sustainable infrastructure to address needs though leveraging the resources of higher education institutions.

Position Description: Assist the 100 Fold Studio’s President, Executive Director, and Business Administrator to stay focused on vision-casting for educational programs and integrate office functions. Under the guidance of program coordinators, the member will create and expand upon administrative policies, financial, and HR systems that benefit and expand program attendance rates and client/donor relationships. By developing more sustainable policies, the VISTA member will provide a path forward for the staff while gaining experience and developing leadership skills for a life of service.

Program Development

  • Summer Studio Program: working with program coordinators, reach out to architecture schools to manage/increase contact list of universities and manage/increase the current student recruiting list. Organize acceptance packets to communicate clear guidelines and expectations for the program, develop recommendations for improved member experience based on feedback from exit interviews and evaluations, and maintain a detailed log of program vendor spending and develop streamline systems for purchasing.
  • Winter Studio Program: working with program coordinators, reach out to architecture firms nationwide to expand network of partner firms and assist in the organizing and facilitating of 100 Fold’s Winter Studio program.

Nonprofit Development

  • Streamline systems and document policies
  • Provide administrative functions (filing, correspondence, forms)
  • Assist 100 Fold Studio Directors as needed
  • Assist President with grant applications as needed
  • Provide administrative assistance as needed to Summer Studio Coordinator and Director

Donor Development

  • Connect donors and local organizations to the mission of 100 Fold Studio
  • Maintain and update donor database in SalesForce
  • Answer donor calls and address concerns
  • Enter donation records and provide receipts to donors monthly
  • Help identify and organize community engagement opportunities and events

Preferred Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to clearly communicate over phone and email, strong English grammar.
  • Teachable, able to work well with others, enjoys collaboration, is flexible, works hard to meet deadlines.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Suite and Google Drive.
  • Familiarity with Salesforce or other donor database software.
  • Previous experience working in a non-profit environment. Must be hardworking, willing to learn and open to feedback.
  • A degree in business, business management, finance, business operations, project management, non-profit management, journalism, or communications/PR.

Compensation and Benefits through MTCC:

  • $479.08/biweekly (pre-tax)
  • Healthcare coverage
  • $6,195.00 Education Award OR $1,800.00 cash stipend upon successful completion of service
  • Federal non-competitive eligibility upon successful completion of service
  • Professional development opportunities
  • 10 personal days and 10 medical/sick days

Housing and Recreation:

  • Low-cost living options, which include room and board on the campus of Youth with a Mission Montana, for only $300/month (dormitory and cafeteria)
  • Nearby recreational activities include Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, and Blacktail Ski Mountain

Questions: email us or Call us at 406.709.3021 

Inquiries: please inquire by June 30th at 

420 Blacktail Rd
Lakeside, MT 59922