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  • This position provides administrative supports to Nebraska Children (NC) management and staff in carrying out the daily tasks associated in support of the overall organization, programs/initiatives, and external communications.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned:
    •Provide administrative support to management, staff, and Board of Directors as requested.
    •Provides administrative duties such as: answering the telephone, taking messages, directing callers to appropriate staff members, greeting and assisting visitors, sorting and distributing incoming mail and handling outgoing mail. Assists staff with meeting room reservations and call in numbers as needed.
    •Provides administrative/clerical support to Lincoln office including: mailings, word processing, filing, photocopying, faxing, and assembling meeting materials as requested.
    •Performs office operations and procedures including: requisition of supplies, maintaining inventory and other services.
    •Serves as liaison with Building Management.
    •Creates, composes and edits administrative correspondence and documentation such as letters, reports and presentations as needed.
    •Supports the work of committees/partners with phone and email communication, meeting summaries, scheduling of meetings, copying of materials, etc.
    •Schedules and coordinates the logistics for handling meetings and special events, arranges catering, venue, materials, technical support needs, etc.
    •Support the Community Investment Manager in maintaining records using NC’s electronic system (webgrants), any excel tracking systems, and hard copy master files on all grantees, contractors, consultants.
    •Support Programs/Initiatives with grantee portal updates and maintenance.
    •Development and revisions of powerpoints, charts, graphs, posters, prezi’s and other projects to support professional and effective communications to partners and the general public.
    •Maintain a timesheet, allocating time spent to the appropriate program and funding source.
    •Requires travel to meeting sites in Omaha and Lincoln and occasionally, other meeting or conference locations in Nebraska.
    •Other duties as assigned.

Please submit resume and work samples (if applicable) to Wendi Schulz or apply via our CareerLink page.


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