Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House: Executive Assistant (full time)
The Executive Assistant provides the Executive Director with administrative, organizational, communications and project support.
SKILLS AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS (Minimum):
- EDUCATION: Associates degree; Bachelors preferred
- EXPERIENCE: 5 years’ administrative experience, previous executive experience preferred
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Knowledge of business office practices and procedures with strong organizational skills using current technology
- Excellent Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, Power-point, Access)
- Excellent interpersonal and human relations skills
- Outstanding written, oral and social media communication skills
- Ability to compose and edit a variety of memoranda or letters
- Sound decision-making skills; Strong critical thinking skills; Ability to multi-task on a continuous basis
- Proven ability overseeing office functions with demonstrated project management skills
- Ability to multi task with efficiency and poise and attend to detail in a fast pace office environment
- Ability to provide excellent customer service
- Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
- Manage the annual, quarterly, weekly, and daily schedules of priorities, appointments and meetings;
- Establish and maintain a schedule of planning and materials development for meetings of the Board of Directors, to include preparation and distribution of the agenda and electronic and (as needed) hard-copy board materials, attendance and note-taking at meetings;
- Prepare routine correspondence on behalf of the Executive Director;
- Ensure that the Executive Director’s office meets a standard of professional excellence in the content, appearance and currency of correspondence and communications, in person and on the phone, and in hard-copy documents and emails;
- Maintain up-to-date files (hardcopy and electronic) on official correspondence, on special projects and in preparation for meetings;
- Maintain and manage up-to-date contact lists for Martin House contacts both internal and external
- Develop and maintain positive working relationships with both internal colleagues and external contacts.
Please submit your cover letter/resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Martin House is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Summer Camp teachers wanted for 2019.
The Martin House is seeking camp teachers to instruct in a non-traditional environment for week-long camps in July and August. Teachers must have some knowledge or experience in art, architecture and design. Teachers must have experience with elementary age students. Stipend for compensation.
NYS certified teachers and K-2 teachers highly desirable.
- lead camp instruction with the help of volunteers
- create curriculum with the director of education
- classroom management for up to 20 campers
- lead field trips
- connect curriculum with Martin House content with assistance of director of education
BEST CANDIDATES WILL POSSESS:
- a creative spirit
- the ability to work with students of all ages and abilities
- a high level of energy
- a willingness to collaborate with others
The Martin House is always looking for energetic volunteers to help with various tasks around the site. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please fill out a volunteer application.