The Office Manager is responsible for the proper and efficient implementation of the Women's Center's receptionist, administrative, office management, and fiscal functions. The Office Manager reports to the Co-Director for Programming and is responsible for maintaining the center's accounts, facilities, equipment and materials procurement, and personnel processing in accordance with university and state procedures and policies. This position also manages the center's student staff and volunteers to provide service-oriented telephone and walk-in office coverage, and provides support to the Co-Directors, and all members of the Women's Center staff. The Office Manager serves as the lead receptionist, fostering a welcoming and supportive environment for individuals in crisis related to gender-based violence. The Office Manager is an active contributor to all aspects of educational program planning, coordination and implementation, volunteer management, and support services offered by the Women's Center.
Experience providing administrative support and office management in a professional office or academic environment; experience in bookkeeping and project management; proficiency with software such as Word, Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and PowerPoint; strong organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple projects with strict deadlines; ability to work independently and in a team environment; must be able to work successfully with diverse people on complex and potentially sensitive issues, and to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information; strong written and verbal communication skills and ability to project a positive and professional image.
Certification, Associate's degree, or higher in office administration or related field, or equivalent level of training and/or experience; a demonstrated commitment to diversity and women's issues; knowledge of the University's accounting process; proficiency with Banner HR and Finance systems, HokieMart, Timeclock Plus, and Chrome River; experience in a mental health setting and/or with crisis calls; a desire to work with students.
June 7, 2021
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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