The Administrative Assistant will handle the clerical, administrative, and ministry tasks associated with the work of Every Generation Ministries. This person will use their skills to support the president in his role of management, leadership, fund development, and work with the Board of Directors. The position is presently 30 hours/week with the opportunity for increase in the future.
Responsibilities and Activities:
Provide administrative support to the President including:
Assisting with ministry correspondence and communication including dictation, letter writing, envelope printing, mail merging and large mailings.
Scheduling appointments and maintaining an accurate calendar
Answering the telephone
Processing and responding to e-mail and voice mail messages
Updating the President’s social media communication (Blog, facebook, etc..)
Organizing and preparing meeting agendas, notes and minutes
Updating and maintaining task lists
Preparing expense reports and reconciling credit card statements
Preparing training materials, teaching notes and Power point presentations
Making travel arrangements (preparing itineraries, purchasing tickets, making hotel and car reservations, obtaining visas for international travel
Facilitating effective communication between members of the EGM staff team
Support special events such as golf tournaments, staff appreciation, banquets and other fund development events.
Work with the President, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Board Committee members to organize the regular Board meetings, including preparing the agenda and supporting materials. Oversee the distribution of those materials.
Prepare mailings including the Ministry Dashboard, Foundation Reports, relational database mailings, year-end appeal, annual report and other donor communications.
Work with the EGM Bookkeeper to receipt donors, make eTapestry entries and support donor receipting and communications.
Update the EGM master calendar with all country and regional events or travel.
Attend weekly staff meetings, helping the President prepare and lead the meetings.
A well-qualified applicant will…
Be a committed Christian involved in a local church.
Have a desire to work in a fast-paced, Christian work environment with meaningful organizational objectives.
Possess exceptional organizational skills with an ability to manage multiple projects, moving each to successful completion according to established deadlines.
Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Have knowledge of and experience with administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, spreadsheets, record and file management as well as other general office procedures and terminology.
Familiarity with the Internet, Skype, Google mail and other web programs.
Be proficient in the use of MS Outlook, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Publisher and MS PowerPoint. (Knowledge of eTapestry relationship management database is a plus but not required.)
Willingness to be trained in needed skills.
Cross-cultural experience and language skills are a plus but not required.
To apply for this job opening, please first post your resume.
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Every Generation Ministries
In response to God’s love for children and for His Church, Every Generation Ministries (EGM) was founded in 1993 to transform children in Christ through His Church.
The ministry found its beginning in Poland, but over the last 23 years, has expanded to work in 13 countries on four continents. EGM currently has work in Belarus, Hungary, Egypt, Poland, Romania, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ukraine, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Mexico, and in U.S. Hispanic churches. There are over 25,000 childre More...