Full-time Regular, 40 Hours/Week
Job Summary: Perform a variety of administrative tasks requiring the exercise of initiative, judgment and confidentiality. Support the Assistant Vice President for Institutional & External Relations (AVP) and others.
Education / Experience: High School diploma or recognized equivalent with two years of college or secretarial school. Four years of secretarial experience. Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
Reports To: Assistant Vice President
Licensure, Certification and / or Registration: n/a
Provide administrative support to AVP and four other development professionals. Anticipate needs of the AVP and others in preparing for meetings and discussions. Manage the calendar, make travel arrangements, process travel authorizations and expense reports. Facilitate meeting planning, take and transcribe meeting minutes, edit correspondence and reports as needed. Independently compose correspondence for AVP and others. Provide oversight and organization of material preparation for meetings. Track follow-up from meetings. Coordinate distribution of selected publications to Medical Center recipients.
Serve as liaison with donors, prospects, board members, Medical Center leadership, faculty and administration to assist in coordination of cultivation activities and to interpret or provide information. Maintain impeccable customer service with all interactions.
Prepare documents for proposal submission: proofread proposals, edit and format as needed. Gather back-up documentation such as financial reports and tax-exempt documents, obtain requisite signatures. Utilize administrative contacts with medical center staff to expedite proposal routing. Compose corporate and foundation acknowledgement letters (based on template). Maintain filing system. For cultivation luncheons, select caterers, send invitations, compose confirmation letters, track RSVPs. Book meeting or conference space and make sure all details are complete. Enter summaries of call reports for visits and telephone calls into database; enter next steps. Contact prospects to establish visits or complete follow-up activities.
Conduct preliminary research through use of development database. Run automated prospect reports as needed, e.g., next steps. Serve as back-up office receptionist. Order supplies, prepare mail merges, scan and email documents, transcribe dictation. Maintain confidentiality in communications.
Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Skills and Qualifications:
Experience writing and editing documents. Proficient computer and typing skills. Mastery of the Office Suite of software programs including at a minimum Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Ability to take and accurately transcribe dictation. High attention to detail. Excellent proofreading skills. Strong ability to quickly identify and correct inconsistencies in style and formatting.
Generic Job Description
Facilitates departmental work by providing specialized administrative support to the director(s). Maintains cooperative working relationships and an open line of communication with other departments and members of the Medical Center. Resolves problems to improve customer service. Assists with the organization of the director's time and maintains accurate schedules. Additional responsibilities include, compiling information, creating spreadsheets, drafting communications and preparing written documents using Microsoft Word, Excel and other programs.
High School diploma or recognized equivalent with two years of college or secretarial school
Four years of secretarial experience
Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, and/or REGISTRATION:
1. Provides specialized administrative support to the department director(s).
2. Compiles information and prepares written materials to ensure a quality document.
3. Assists with financial duties such as tracking accounts, producing financial reports, and providing budget preparation support.
4. Schedules and arranges activities to ensure availability and makes complex travel arrangements when necessary.
5. Organizes work activities to ensure completion on time.
6. Resolves problems to improve customer service.
7. Creates and maintains accurate files.
8. Facilitates departmental communication
9. Assists with departmental processes and programs by following established work procedures.
10. May assist with directing the work of other departmental office support staff.
11. Promotes a professional image of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and the department.
12. Performs other related duties as assigned.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Proficient use of Microsoft Office and PeopleSoft
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong organizational skills with attention to detail
Able to work well with numbers and statistics
Strong customer service skills
Clean, well-lit office environment
May be subject to interruptions.
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