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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR - BG15

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

 

Opening for an Administrative Coordinator in the Washington, DC office supporting the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Firm Administration matters. The Coordinator will provide a combination of technical, project-based and administrative support to the Firm’s Leadership team as well as general support for Firmwide administration matters. Scheduling and coordination of meetings led by Firm Leadership Facilitating internal communications from the COO, including information for Firm Administration efforts and projects. Creating PowerPoint presentations and Excel spreadsheets that support Leadership initiatives. Handling and processing Charitable Contributions for the Firm. Completing monthly variances for the Firm Administration Department budget along with preparing this departmental budget on an annual basis. Coordinate with other Firm departments in order to facilitate the completion and response to client surveys. Entering data/invoices into Chrome River for expense reimbursement. Reviewing data including issue-spotting and confirming accuracy of information. Coordinating initiatives for the firm in a variety of areas. Partnering with other departments such as Finance & Accounting, Information Technology, Marketing, Talent, HR, etc. and coordinating projects on behalf of the COO. Facilitating and handling special projects. Performing a variety of administrative responsibilities to develop systems and processes to manage the work efficiently as well as providing general support as assigned. Assisting with ad hoc projects for the firm. Other duties as assigned or required.

 

REQUIRED SKILLS: 

 

College degree or equivalent experience. Minimum of two years of experience in a professional work environment. Expert proficiency in MS PowerPoint, Excel and Word is required. Minimum of 50 wpm typing. Effective communication skills, both oral and written, with people at all levels within the firm as well as external individuals. Strong interpersonal skills to build successful working relationships and to work within a team environment exhibiting the ability to collaborate effectively as well as work independently. Ability to build relationships and gain the trust of internal stakeholders. Demonstrate a high level of attention to detail and pride in high quality deliverables. Ability to make sound decisions and exercise good judgment. Ability to demonstrate a high degree of trustworthiness in handling confidential and sensitive information. Flexibility to work additional hours, as necessary.

 

LOCATION:

 

Washington, DC

 

SALARY:

 

$55,000 - $60,000 depending on experience.

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