1) Support the Program Lead in maintaining high-quality program operations and stakeholder management through a combination of administrative support and special projects; drive impact by increasing team effectiveness.
2) Schedule and organize meetings/events and maintain agenda. 3) Process reimbursements for CMD-IT events and staff travel. 4) Identify monthly events from community of practice for monthly newsletter. 5) Coordinate project management activities, resources, equipment and information. 6) Keep all staff informed of deadlines, updated information and organization calendar. 7) Support organization infrastructure, including various software, tools and resources. 8) Manage logistics and program support for small events for various CMD-IT programs. 9) Manage pre/post event logistics including inventory for CMD-IT programs. 10) Research local colleges/universities and creating lists for outreach. 11) Assist with online registration, registration invoicing, and onsite registration area for CMD-IT events; field questions regarding registration, cancellations and substitutions, etc. from conference attendees. 12) Work with the Director of Business Development to manage sponsorship invoicing. 13) Manage scholarship reimbursement for CMD-IT major events. 14) Identify monthly events from CoP (Communities of Practice) for newsletter for updates for new events and adding on calendar. 15) Manage website updates for CMD-IT programs. 16) Support growth and program(s) development. 17) Support volunteer program and volunteer management.
1) Commitment to the purpose, values, and operating principles of CMD-ITâ™s work. 2) Genuine passion and interest in the development of inclusive organizations. 3) Excellent organizational skills, time management, attention to detail, and ability to prioritize effectively. 4) Demonstrated ability to write and present information for a diverse set of audiences. 5) High degree of humility, integrity, and professionalism. 6) Entrepreneurial spirit and high sense of urgency. 7) Tech savvy, proficient in Microsoft Office and Google suite. 8) Work with diverse and multi-disciplinary teams. 9) Outstanding verbal and written communication skills. 10) Proactive problem solver.
1) Bachelorâ™s degree.
2) Cover Letter
3) Professional References Contact Information
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