This full-time position reports directly to the President, works with other organizational leadership and will be responsible for performing high level, confidential administrative and office support.
Duties include, but are not limited to, answering incoming calls, customer service relations database management, organizational calendar management, assisting with special fundraising events, managing membership campaigns, donation and pledge entry, and will initiate purchases, maintenance and/or reports of computer hardware, software and licensing, and will serve as a member of the organization’s Leadership Team.
Successful candidate will have exceptional organization skills, experience with donor database, excellent communication and customer service skills, have the ability to work independently, creatively, collaboratively, and with integrity; and be dedicated to Oglebay Institute’s mission to “foster appreciation, expression and discovery by engaging people of all ages and abilities through exceptional programming in performing and visual arts, dance history, and nature.”
At least an Associate’s degree in business or comparable, database experience and at least 5 years’ experience in an administrative setting with office coordination experience, excellent computer skills including database management and Microsoft Office Programs.
Oglebay Institute is an EOE. To apply, complete application on the organization’s web-site www.oionline.com/employment and submit with a current resume including salary history to Director of Administrative Services, 1330 National Road, Wheeling, WV 26003 by February 15, 2019.