Job Description: General Administration Serves as point of contact for the Shucker Center, assisting guests/visitors (students, faculty, staff, alumni, community) and facilitating a hospitable space for welcoming conversation and dialogue. Opens and sorts mail, maintains files, and ensures all office supplies and other office equipment are maintained as necessary. Manages and maintains calendar of events and coordinates meetings and events as needed. Reserves rooms, orders catering, and manages vehicle reservations. Assists in the management of event invitation lists and RSVP's. Manages office communication strategies. Updates website, TV, and social media. Creates periodic newsletters (mail chimp), promotional material or social media content. Distributes event announcements and maintains mailing lists for the Shucker Center as needed. Prepares workshop, program, & retreat materials for all CliftonStrengths initiatives and SLI programs. Keeps and updates historical records/files/photos/etc. Administers cash receipts, coordinates revenue collection, and assists with financial aspects of event planning. Administers deposits for all monies received from events and handles deposits in a timely manner. Manages petty cash fund. Periodically coordinates services related to professional travel, reservations, and trip itineraries for Shucker Center full time staff members. Periodically coordinates purchasing card reconciliations for Shucker Center full time staff members. Coordinates student travel associated with the Shucker Center programs. Periodically creates and distributes assessments and evaluations (qualtrics, survey monkey, wufoo, etc). Assists the Director and other full time Shucker Center staff in tracking budget expenses for programs and projects. Provides hospitality for Shucker Center guests and speakers, to include travel arrangements, room reservations, catering needs, meal tickets, and other needs/requests. Utilizes communication management systems such as Workday, Org Sync, and various CliftonStrengths operating systems. Prepares tables/booths for fairs and events. Proofreads office communications and printed materials. Records meeting notes and distributes electronically. Purchases office supplies and office hospitality snacks and beverages. Completes performance review process with the Director of the Shucker Center for Leadership Development. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of the Shucker Center for Leadership Development in support of the goals and objectives of the Division of Student Life.
Required Skills Earned high school degree Strong organizational skills Attention to detail Strong interpersonal / communication skills Strong time management skills Computer software proficiency Preferred Skills Graphic Design software proficiency Associate's degree or higher
Education Requirements: High School: Business Administration/Management
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