As an integral member of the Association’s management team, the Executive & Administrative Coordinator is responsible for a wide range of organizational and executive support tasks and must work independently with little supervision. The Executive & Administrative Coordinator must be organized, proactive, resourceful, discreet, and thorough.
The Executive & Administrative Coordinator serves as a communications hub for the organization with significant roles in support of Development & Fundraising, Marketing & Communications, Education & Community Engagement, and other functions. Comfort and skill with technology is essential, including proficiency in office software programs, such as spreadsheets, databases, word processing and graphic presentation software.
This position regularly interacts with staff at all levels and with a wide range of constituents, including frequent contact with members of the Board of Directors, volunteers, corporate sponsors, donors, patrons, conductors, and musicians, in a fast-paced environment. Expert written and verbal communication skills, strong decision-making ability, and fine attention to detail are all required. Strong skills are required in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher, and PowerPoint.
The ideal candidate will bring experience working in an administrative office setting, will exhibit outstanding organizational skills, and have a record of success in maximizing the productivity of groups and individuals. She/he/they will have a strong desire to connect the work of the orchestra with individuals and groups that wish to support it. She/he/they will have a deep commitment to community engagement as central to the purpose and mission of the arts in general and the orchestra specifically.
The successful candidate will be a person of integrity with a reputation for fairness, honesty, and high ethical standards. She/he/they will work well under pressure and will be able to manage competing priorities and deadlines effectively. She/he/they will be a self-starter with high energy, maturity, and self-confidence.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of two years of relevant work experience and a high-school equivalent degree, with bachelor’s degree a plus. Experience and understanding of orchestral music is also a plus.
Compensation and Benefits
The position is offered at $17 per hour for 30 hours per week, with occasional nights and weekends required.
Benefits offered include paid parking, paid vacation, paid sick leave, and ticket privileges to Symphony events.
A full organization and position description, along with application instructions, are at https://eugenesymphony.org/about-us/get-involved/job-opportunities
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