• Maintain schedules for all executive staff members, schedule meetings and conference calls for both internal and external attendees, including off-site meetings. Arrange schedules and travel for staff members; interface with travel agency. • Assist in preparing quarterly board meeting presentation packages. • Provide support to Office Manager and Assistant to the President as requested. • Composed type and edit reports and correspondence as requested. • Fax, copy, and distribute correspondence and reports. • Create, organize and maintain files including databases, correspondences, development and marketing documents, and related materials. • Maintain central, homebuyers and accounting filing systems to enable quick retrieval of information. • Complete expense reimbursement requests as requested. • Run errands on behalf of the development team (obtain signatures, deliver and pickup project related materials to and from various contacts, etc.) • Assist with kitchen supplies inventory. • Provide backup support to receptionist.
Enterprise helps low-income families find safe and affordable housing. For that reason, it is one of the few jobs where you can feel like you made a positive impact on the world at the end of the day. The degree of flexibility you are afforded as a member of the IT department is fantastic. That said, management has little drive to fix the process and operational issues that beleaguer the organization as a whole. Operational costs are so high (mostly due to inefficiency and wasteful processes) that it's a miracle that Enterprise has stayed in business this long.
flex time, telecommuting available in most departments