They had a lot of conferences, the management was great, people were nice
Accounts Payable Coordinator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 21, 2016
The typical day would be very busy with A/P. We had about 1000 invoices a week for payment. My 2 other co-workers split the work up with the payables. I filed at least once a week due to the excess of invoices. We had to check contracts to see is payment was met and compliance was good. W9 had to be on file before payment. I used a check writing machine to sign checks under 5,000. If over that amount a second signature was required.
Executive Director (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – November 5, 2015
The non-profit is a member-driven organization. I work remotely to support the local District Council. It has provided enormous opportunities to growth intellectually. The interactions with senior level executive has been invaluable. I have been fortunate to forge life-long relationships. I have been the executive director for fours years and despite supportive management, the growth opportunities are limited. Since I work remotely, it is somewhat isolating and I look forward to working in a more collaborative team environment.
excellent benefits, annual professional coaching and leadership training
processes and policies change quickly and without explanation; soliatry working environment
Assisted the Executive Director in achieving the goals and directives of this non-profit organization.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, California – August 14, 2012
Another wonderful organization that allowed me to interact and work with C-level executives in real estate related industries. Here I was able to polish my real estate and financial acumen and gain professional skills that continue to serve me in all business affairs. My executive director was instrumental in my professional development and I am extremely grateful for the time I worked under her direction. What I loved about this position was the many different hats I was able to wear. In addition to administrative tasks, I maintained the budget allocating $400k in sponsorship dollars to over 80 events a year, performed student outreach at the Haas School of Business, was responsible for the planning and execution of all events including hotel selection and contract negotiation, drafted a scholarship for graduate students in the bay area, drafted, edited and disseminated a bi-monthly newsletter online, and maintained our chapter's website.