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Executive Assistant, Center for Juvenile Justice - McCourt School of Public Policy
The Executive Assistant will provide administrative support to the Center's Director and two of the Deputy Directors and to assist with office management. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): scheduling meetings and phone calls; making travel arrangements; preparing travel reimbursements; maintaining the filing system; maintaining a working contact database; managing the main CJJR phone line, email account, and conference call line; maintaining an internal web-based platform to support CJJR's training and technical assistance efforts; assisting with event preparation, including organizing office events such as staff meetings and retreats; assisting with the planning and coordination of CJJR publications and symposia; researching content areas to assist in preparation for conference presentations and speaking engagements; and other responsibilities as assigned.
The Executive Assistant will also provide communications support that includes: managing and updating the CJJR website; overseeing the development and distribution of CJJR's newsletter; managing the CJJR email listserv and social media accounts (e.g., Twitter, Facebook); supporting program marketing functions; and other responsibilities as assigned. Duties include but are not limited to:
Provide administrative support to the Center's Director and two Deputy Directors and assist with office management
Schedule meetings and phone calls
Make travel arrangements and prepare reimbursements for processing
Maintain the CJJR filing system
Maintain a working contact database
Manage the main CJJR phone line, email account and conference call line
Maintain an internal web-based platform to support CJJR's training and technical assistance efforts
Assist with event preparation, including organizing office events such as staff meetings and retreats
Assist with planning and coordination of CJJR publications and symposia
Research content areas to assist in preparation for conference presentations and speaking engagements
Other responsibilities as assigned
Provide communications support to the Center as a whole
Manage and update the CJJR website
Oversee development and distribution of CJJR's electronic newsletter
Manage the CJJR email listserve and social media accounts (e.g., Facebook, Twitter)
Support program marketing functions
Bachelor's degree, preferably in Public Policy, Sociology, Criminal Justice or a related field
One year of work experience is required, although additional experience is preferred
Highly organized and detail-oriented individual capable of handling multiple, varied projects at once
Given that the position will require interactions with senior leaders and experts, strong interpersonal skills are required
Prior administrative experience as well as experience creating, editing and managing Google Platforms including Google Sites and Google Docs is necessary
Proficiency in mail merge technology, Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
Experience with website development/maintenance and social media is also strongly preferred
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