STAFF ASST, DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT'S OFFICE
Staff Assistant’s Responsibilities
President’s office: (70)
• Assists EA with President at Duke Email Box; sends emails from President
• Answers main phone line
• Handles all vendors - coffee, shred it, water, office supplies, stationary, etc.
• Cross trains and covers for Administrative Assistant when she is absent
• Incoming mail: Retrieves all mail and packages, scans them in and routs appropriately
• Outgoing mail: Adds signatures to letters; Mails hard copy letters
• Electronic filing
• Handles check deposits
• Duties as needed (running misc. errands)
• Assist with generating social media ideas
• Greets visitors and informs appropriate party of their arrival
• Assists with coordinating logistics (catering, technology, venue, attendance lists, room reservations, etc) for Board of Trustees and Executive Committee meetings
• Staffs board meetings and events
• Manages Allen Building Boardroom – calendar, technology, etc.
Office of the Secretary: (30)
• Maintains Board of Trustees websites; assist with effective use of board technology, archives Board minutes
• Generates standard board documents (resolutions and certificates for signature, tax letters)
• Proofreading of general correspondence and board materials
• Assists with misc. projects and research
• Reconciles financial transactions monthly
• Coordinate or manage the lowering of the Flags when appropriate
Work requires a broad knowledge of clerical and accounting principles and practices normally acquired through two years of post-secondary education in secretarial science or a related business field.
Work generally requires three years of related secretarial/clerical experience to acquire skills necessary to administer complex office functions related to office management, communications, and budgetary/accounting activities. OR and equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.
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