Job Description

To manage the administrative responsibilities of the President’s office.

To support the HR Manager and handle key administrative responsibilities.

To serve as a liaison with the Board of Directors and oversee board communication, reporting and requests.

To improve and maintain the employee records filing system.

To assist in developing organizational communication and chemistry.

To represent our Mission, Vision and Values and continue to grow both professionally and spiritually.

The Administrative Assistant reports equally to the CEO and Human Resources Manager.    This position exists primarily to increase the capacity of the President/CEO by managing the day to day office needs of staff and donors.   The Administrative Assistant will also support the HR Manager by overseeing all employee records/files and supporting additional HR responsibilities and projects.  Additionally, this position serves the Board of Directors to ensure timeliness on all communication and requests.

Skills / Requirements

Education: Minimum high school diploma, Associate degree from an accredited institution, or Undergraduate degree, coursework in business, and/or human resources or work experience. or 2-3 years of experience working in an executive office level or human resources environment.

 Experience: Minimum 2-3 years full-time work experience in an office environment, preferably in a mid-level administrative support role.  Nonprofit experience preferred.

 Skills and Abilities: Working knowledge of general business operations in a nonprofit, social services environment; working knowledge of the management process, especially as it applies to growth and long-term planning; analyze and evaluate budgets and other financial documents as it relates to area of assignment; working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook); typing (min 35 wpm); demonstrated leadership and organizational skills; strong relationship skills and ability to motivate others; coordinate and/or direct a variety of complex tasks and assignments simultaneously and successfully; exercise good judgment and make sensible decisions; attentive to detail; prioritize effectively; effective oral and written communication skills; eagerness to learn and be trained; work both independently and as part of a team; provide information to public by answering questions and requests; regular, timely attendance.