SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the direction of the Associate Dean of the Seminary.
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: N/A
LOCATION: Lancaster, PA
POSITION SUMMARY: Support all aspects of Lancaster Theological Seminary's administrative, academic, campus, and community operations, including coordination with events, employees, students, and visitors at Lancaster Theological Seminary (LTS). Serve as the primary liaison to the Bethlehem campus for administrative functions. Provide welcome and hospitality to LTS'guests and others involved with affiliated programs and events.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Serve as main reception for the campus (telephone and mail)
- Support the administrative departments of the Seminary including the offices of the Dean, Development & Alumni Engagement, Business, and Registrar
- Assist with the planning and execution of campus events
- Schedule room use (meetings, events, overnight stays)
- Serve as the liaison with Moravian University and Seminary offices
- Provide support to meetings and committees as necessary, including minutes
- Support organization's compliance with all pertinent accreditation and regulatory requirements
- Maintain Seminary files on-site and in archives
- Coordinate special projects as assigned by the Associate Dean
- Support and coordinate logistics for LTS staff search committees
- Support annual performance appraisal process
- Always maintain strict confidentiality
QUALIFICATIONS: At least two years college education or previous relevant experience; knowledge of databases; experience in post-secondary or theological education setting desirable. Higher education or non-profit experience is not required but preferred. Requires strong analytical and organizational skills with a particular attention to detail. This position also requires superior interpersonal skills to deal with staff, faculty and at times, the Board of Trustees. Technologically proficient with significant experience with the Microsoft Office suite of products, including Excel and Word in addition to familiarity with Google Docs and Sheets. Proficiency with various video conferencing software platforms. The position requires the ability to prioritize work with a high degree of independence managing several projects simultaneously, while setting priorities, and meeting deadlines. At times may require work outside of the traditional workweek.
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WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those encountered while performing the essential functions of this job.
The individual is routinely exposed to indoor conditions and outdoor weather and temperature extremes, and moderate noise level.
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