Administrative Assistant for Advancement
United Theological Seminary is seeking a part-time (20 hrs/wk) administrative assistant to support the advancement department and act as primary support for the Vice President for Advancement. Responsibilities include: provide administrative assistance to advancement staff; execute all details of advancement mailings by pulling mailing lists, merging letters and envelopes, printing materials, assembling mailings, and/or coordinating and delegating to mailing volunteers; in coordination with appropriate event leaders, serve as primary assistant on advancement events and meetings, including the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees; and support development special projects as assigned.
Qualifications include: high school degree or equivalent required; bachelor’s degree preferred; two or more years of office administrative experience preferred; ability to plan, prioritize, coordinate, multi-task, and manage one’s own work and complete projects with minimal supervision; excellent interpersonal communication skills to all levels of people inside and outside the seminary; possess thorough, organized, and detail-oriented approach to work; ability to work effectively with a variety of people and personalities; possess flexibility to work occasional long and variable hours related to events.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, interested candidates should send a letter of introduction and resume to email@example.com.
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