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The Boy Scouts of America is the nation’s premier youth-serving organization, instilling character and teaching leadership skills for generations. Few other organizations impact our nation and offer careers that make a real difference in the lives of young people.

Executive Assistant 

Position Reports to:  Scout  Executive

Description Prepared by:  Scout Executive

Position Concept/Job Summary:

Perform advanced, diversified and confidential support and administrative duties requiring broad and comprehensive experience for senior management. Requires continuous use of technical and business vocabulary and a detailed knowledge of organization operations, organizational procedures, and personnel.

 

Principle Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for all committee correspondence, meetings preparation, agendas, attendance, letters, minutes and reports from rough drafts, or verbal instructions from the Chief Executive Officer.

  • Responsible for the oversight of council service center maintenance contracts, supplies and services, serve as a back-up to the computer network administrator.

  • Responsible for scheduling all council service center building and vehicle reservations.

  • Responsible for typing proposals/grants/reports, correspondence, tracking and billing, reports and recognitions for the annual Camp Hunting Days, foundations, and all fundraising events, United Way funding, endowment gifts, capital gifts, memorial gifts.

  • Responsible for tracking of all incident reports, insurance claims as well as submittal of incidents on the BSA online incident report system.

  • Serve as needed as a back-up staff for answering council general phones and emails. 

 

Other Related Activities (Special Responsibilities)

​Other duties as assigned by staff supervisor.

 

Work Relationships, Supervisor, Volunteer Relations

Staff

No direct supervisory responsibilities

 

Volunteer
Work in support of and cooperation with Executive Board members and other key council volunteers.

Materials and Equipment Used

Computer, telephone, fax machine.

Physical Activities:

Kneeling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, listening.

 

Mental Demands:

Reading, detail work, confidentiality, problem solving, language, stress, training, math, reasoning, verbal communication, written communication, customer contact, multiple concurrent tasks, constant interruptions.

 

Working Conditions:

The worker is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions.

 

Position Expectations:

The position is a part-time hourly pay rate position that requires approximately 24 hours per week.
The position does require occasional early as well as evening meetings (1-2 times per month).
The position compensation does not include benefits.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Degree or equivalent
Good verbal and written communication skills
Experience in use of Microsoft Office

For more information call the Anthony Wayne Area Council, BSA office at (260)432-9593 or email your cover letter and resume to John.Gliot@scouting.org

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