SUMMARY: The Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) performs advanced administrative functions for the CEO. Serves as point of contact and coordination for CALM’s Board of Trustees and CALM’s Auxiliary. With guidance from the CEO and Chief Development Officer (CDO), provides administrative and project support for the CALM Capital Campaign. Directs/coordinates special projects, as assigned by the CEO.
- Provides strong administrative support to CEO, including managing calendar, coordinating event/meeting logistics and travel arrangements. Prepares correspondence, communications, presentations and other documents. Gathers and analyzes information to prepare reports.
- Participates in meetings and events. Serves as representative of the CEO’s office, as requested.
- Records, transcribes and distributes minutes. Coordinates assigned projects and follows-up on action items with involved staff.
- Reviews administrative systems and operating policies, procedures and practices; recommends improvements as necessary.
- Compiles and maintains sensitive and confidential data as requested by CEO. Files and retrieves documents and reference materials.
- Serves as primary contact for Board members for information, scheduling, or other assistance. Coordinates activities for Board committees and maintains regular contact with committee chairs.
- Supports Board Chair to carry out his/her duties and board-related timeline activities. Provide administrative support to the Executive Committee of the board.
- Coordinates Board of Directors social events.
- With CEO, analyzes current and projected composition of CALM’s Board of Trustees, and all committees.
- Serves as primary contact for CALM’s Auxiliary members for information, scheduling, or other communications.
- Manages CALM’s donor database. Inputs necessary information into database, sends thank you correspondence, and runs needed reports.
- Works with CEO and CDO to plan and execute all Campaign activities, including coordination of meetings, recordkeeping, and tracking expenses.
- Excellent verbal/written communication, analytical, and problem solving skills.
- Able to work in busy environment, under pressure, without compromising accuracy, attention to detail or courtesy to staff and others.
- Able to prioritize competing responsibilities, with effective time management skills.
- Able to demonstrate mature judgment, initiative and critical thinking.
- Leadership strength, strong interpersonal skills, willing team member and supportive colleague.
- Flexibility, organization and can-do attitude
- Must have respect for confidentiality; ability to work with discretion and integrity.
- Strong computer proficiency, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and donor base software, preferably, Little Green Light.
- Bilingual (Spanish) desired, but not required.
- Must have valid CA drivers’ license, clean DMV, and criminal record clearance from DOJ.
This is a full time (40 hours/week) position. Salary is DOE. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid holidays, PTO, and a 403(b).
Qualified applicants please apply here.
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