Job Requisition Number: 27183. The College of Letters and Science (L&S), one of the largest and most prestigious teaching and research entities in the nation, stands at the heart of Berkeley’s intellectual preeminence and comprehensive excellence.
Our continued leadership in education, research, and public service depends on private philanthropy from our alumni and friends, corporations, and foundations. Gifts to Berkeley play an essential role both in sustaining fundamental traditions of excellence and in moving the university forward decisively.
L&S is already a leader in discovery and innovation. Here, the frontiers of science are explored and tested. New understanding of our society is gathered. Curiosity and imagination are sparked. Knowledge is shared, discoveries are made, passions are engaged, and the world — ultimately — is changed.
Gifts from our alumni and friends will ensure that Berkeley remains the most distinguished public research university in the world.
•Supports Team Science operations, such as: paying invoices and processing reimbursements, booking travel, ordering office supplies, answering incoming calls, greeting visitors, and provides occasional back up for Deans' Office Executive Assistants' duties. •Coordinates planning, execution and follow up for meetings and donor visits as requested by fundraisers and Deans. This includes prep work to find a meeting time/location, order food, prepare supplies/presentation materials/briefings as needed, may make travel arrangements, and will coordinate with team to complete post-visit or post-event follow up items. •Occasionally assists with gift management. Will work with fundraisers and gift manager to ensure that donor acknowledgements are sent and properly recorded/archived. •Complete select assignments that support L&S donor events. This may include preparing invitation list, tracking RSVPs, preparing event materials (nametags, programs, host gifts, etc.), staff event, post-event tasks (reimbursements, thank you notes, etc). •Works with fundraisers and the Stewardship function on process related to producing stewardship reports, for endowed chairs and fellowships, and occasionally for foundation/grant reporting. •Ad hoc tasks and projects that support major gift operations, such as mass mailings, filing, research for the Deans, training student workers.•Demonstrated experience providing comprehensive administrative support in a comparable, fast-paced environment. •Knowledge of basic concepts and principles of building and maintaining effective relationships with a variety of constituencies that include faculty, staff, and donors. •Well-developed and demonstrated organizational, coordination, time management and problem solving skills; ability to prioritize, work under pressure, and meet deadlines. •Professionalism as reflected in the ability to integrate over-arching organizational goals with multiple management priorities and individual constituent needs. •Exceptional judgment requiring minimal direction for regular tasks as well as the maturity and insight to recognize situations where guidance is warranted. •Ability to keep good notes and organize with focus on, and attention to, detail. •Customer service orientation and ability to be flexible and adaptable to change. •Strong oral and written communication skills as well as project management skills. •Experience with databases. •A high level of proficiency with Microsoft Office and Excel, Google applications, calendaring systems, and ability to learn other software and systems as required. Technical capacity to learn campus databases (including CADS) and Marketing Cloud. •Demonstrated ability to handle sensitive matters with discretion and tact, and to maintain strict confidentiality. This position is governed by the terms and conditions in the agreement for the Clerical & Allied Services Unit (CX) between the University of California and Teamsters Local 2010. The current bargaining agreement manual can be found at: http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/labor/bargaining-units/cx/index.html
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