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Fuller Theological Seminary

Sacramento, California, United States

Date Posted:
08/30/2007
Categories:
Management
Job Type:
Full-Time
Fuller Theological Seminary
Job Description:
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
DEPT: HORNER CENTER FOR LIFE LONG LEARNING (SACRAMENTO)
HOURS: 32 HOURS PER WEEK
FT/PT/TEMP: PART-TIME
EXEMPT STATUS: EXEMPT
BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
The Assistant Director for the Sacramento campus has supervisory and administrative responsibility for managing
the day-to-day, non-academic operations of Fuller Northern California (FNC). The Assistant Director is an integral
part of the leadership team of Fuller Northern California and has a significant impact on the delivery of services. As
such, the Assistant Director exercises independent judgment in operational matters.
PRINCIPLE DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Essential Functions
Leadership
Manage and direct the day-to-day administrative aspects of the FNC program
Develop community and teamwork among FNC staff, students, faculty, and others
Supervise productivity and efficiency in the office including supervision of Student Services Coordinator
Academic
Assist the director in curriculum planning and professor recruitment
Coordinate faculty and course information (all curriculum vitae and ECDs) between the professors, extension
center, and the home office
Prepare correspondence to faculty including contracts; welcome letters to new professors; course, travel,
policy, and classroom information; and requests for payment
Schedule, organize, and set up faculty meetings, prepare minutes of the meeting and follow-up on outstanding
or open items
Notify faculty of end-of-course evaluations
Development Support
Coordinate fundraising efforts for the Sacramento area in conjunction with the director
Prepare donor correspondence and follow up
Monitor and report donor gifts
Donor/ Prospect database management including donor pledge tracking
Maintain donor relationships
Prepare student profile packets for scholarship benefactors
Marketing
Develop and implement a plan and strategy to recruit students and promote FNC
Develop and manage a calendar of events & activities
Facilities
Oversee and manage facilities for the Sacramento campus (e.g., facilities, office furniture, telecommunications,
security, etc.)
Secure rooms for all class sessions for the Sacramento campus
Secondary Functions
Coordinate interviews with Sacramento area applicants to the M.Div. Cohort Program
Process bills, check requests, reimbursements, and petty cash
Coordinate special events
Other duties as assigned by the Director
KNOWLDEGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
A bachelor's degree or higher or three to five years related experience
Masters degree preferred (M.A.T. or M.Div. a plus)
Experience and knowledge of business, organizational, operational, and development management
Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and leadership in day-to-day operations
Problem solving and project management skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Must be able to create and lead a teamwork environment
Must be committed to community standards and mission of the seminary as set forth in relevant Fuller
statements
Knowledge of Macintosh computers
Knowledge of software programs including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and FileMaker Pro
Strong skills in using computers in general
Ability to diagnose and trouble-shoot common computer problems a plus
Fluency in Spanish a plus
ADDITIONAL REMARKS
This position is subject to a background and credit check
This position is located in Sacramento, CA
Must be willing to sign Fullers Statement of Faith

KNOWLDEGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
A bachelor's degree or higher or three to five years related experience
Masters degree preferred (M.A.T. or M.Div. a plus)
Experience and knowledge of business, organizational, operational, and development management
Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and leadership in day-to-day operations
Problem solving and project management skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Must be able to create and lead a teamwork environment
Must be committed to community standards and mission of the seminary as set forth in relevant Fuller
statements
Knowledge of Macintosh computers
Knowledge of software programs including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and FileMaker Pro
Strong skills in using computers in general
Ability to diagnose and trouble-shoot common computer problems a plus
Fluency in Spanish a plus
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