Clerical/Administrative, FT Employee
University Catholic Center (Austin, TX)
The University Catholic Center is a Catholic campus ministry of the Diocese of Austin that is run by the Paulist Fathers. In order to accomplish its primary mission as a spiritual home for the students, faculty, staff, alumni, and resident community of the University of Texas at Austin, the UCC relies on its Administrative Assistant to welcome visitors and to support pastoral and administrative tasks.
This position is full-time (weekdays only, occasional evenings) and open until filled. The target start date is February 1, 2013.
Applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, and 2-3 references to Fr. Ed Nowak at the listed email address. Applicants must hold at least a high school diploma; bachelor’s degree preferred.
Job responsibilities may include but are not limited to hospitality, security, workroom management and supply ordering, miscellaneous funds handling (outside of the Sunday collection), staff support, volunteer coordination, calendar and web liaison duties, EIM site coordination, parking coordination, and Student Leadership Liaison duties.
The primary duties are to: greet visitors, answer phones, accept mail, lock and unlock doors, monitor suspicious activity, order supplies, monitor the workroom and its equipment, accept miscellaneous funds at the front desk, set up and clean up for some events, help with typing or preparing mailings, organize volunteers, monitor (but not manage) the center’s calendar and website, schedule and host EIM training, coordinate parking and permits, and distribute information to student leaders. This list is not exhaustive.
Applicants must have basic office skills such as typing, filing, and use of basic word processing and design programs (Microsoft Word and Publisher, Photoshop or similar). Knowledge of the day-to-day functions of a parish or campus ministry is a plus. (0)
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