While reporting to the Director of Information Technology, the Administrative Assistant will perform routine to complex duties, assignments, projects and communication for the department’s team, related to administrative and department operations. The successful candidate will actively demonstrate initiative and innovation in implementing administrative practices that prove effectiveness, quality and excellence on a daily basis. Acting in a supportive role to perform as requested by department staff.
The role will gain and apply depth knowledge of current and new departments' systems, applications, record keeping, filing practices and activities, including key coming projects and meetings.
Administer complex calendar management and scheduling of meetings and individual meetings with department IT leadership, team members, internal partners, and stakeholders.
Perform and distribute technical documentation generation and technical note and minute taking for stakeholders in Process Analysis and Project Management; prepare notification for meetings which may entail follow up action items.
Act as liaison with software vendors and suppliers to manage regular high volume billing and payments.
Act as primary point of contact for inbound and outbound communication; direct communication and messages to the best resource in the department.
Prepare on-going reports that provide updates on key activities and performance of the department, as requested by immediate supervisor.
Audit and assess all systems and applications related to the administrative function of the IT department, gain operational knowledge of these systems, and actively seek new approaches to improve the overall productivity of these systems.
Coordinate and organize steps and events around key activities to ensure a consistently excellent standard of work for the Administrative Assistant desk.
A deep and growing walk with the Lord Jesus that includes your personal spiritual growth and the ability to support others in their spiritual growth
There are nearly 600 million people in the world with little or no access to Scripture in the language they know best, their heart language.
JAARS makes Bible translation and language development possible, especially in the most remote places on earth. We do that by enabling locally appropriate and sustainable solutions in transportation, technology, media and training.
We need more staff to make that possible. Of those who work at the JAARS Center in Waxhaw, N.C., 50% are volunteers either short or long term, full or part time, and of all ages and backgrounds. Missionaries and a few paid personnel round out the staff.
Consider becoming part of our team that impacts people for eternity by helping give them God’s Word.