Office Assistant (part-time) Location:
Wheaton, ILJob Id:
654 # of Openings:
1 Office Assistant Spiritual Life
The Chaplain’s Office is responsible for fostering the spiritual environment and vitality of Wheaton students, faculty, and staff. We believe that the spiritual well-being of those we serve rests in large measure on the spiritual life of our team personally and corporately. To reflect this priority, each member of the Chaplain’s Office will start their work day with 30 minutes of time alone with God. There are no rules for how this time is spent, but it is expected that the time be used for communing with God in prayer, Bible reading, meditation, journaling, and any other spiritually formative practices. Job Overview
Responsible to the Administrative Assistant for the Chaplain and Office Manager for managing Chapel attendance. This position is 12 hours/week, 9 months/year. Duties and Responsibilities
This job description is intended to represent key areas of responsibilities; specific assignments may vary from time to time, and other duties may be assigned. Qualifications
- Maintains knowledge and understanding of the Chapel Attendance Policy and how to apply it to all stages of chapel attendance violations
- Manages the Chapel Access and Banner databases including timely data entry of attendance 3 times a week
- Processes forms for excuses, seat assignments, campus notifications, and any others related to chapel attendance
- Communicates with students, staff, and faculty, as needed regarding chapel attendance
- Selects, trains, assists, and supervises student Chapel Monitors and Door Monitors.
- Collaborates closely with Learning and Accessibility Services and Student Care regarding students needing accommodations.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Detail oriented, well organized, and able to manage multiple tasks.
- Professional presence with strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Experience and skills in administrative work.
FLSA Status –
- Cross-cultural competencies, especially regarding race and gender.
Non-Exempt As a Christ-centered community, Wheaton College faculty and staff must affirm the College’s Statement of Faith as expressing their own theological convictions and agree to live by the moral standards in Wheaton’s Community Covenant, modeling these commitments for the Christian formation of our students. Wheaton College faculty and staff also support the Christ-Centered Diversity Commitment which highlights our desire to treat all individuals as equal image-bearers of Jesus Christ through diversity, inclusion, justice and unity. Updated