Hiring Range: $40,100-$42,980
The Office of the President provides expertise, advice, counsel and support to the presidential officers to assist them in fulfilling their responsibilities and advancing the goals and objectives of the Association. The scheduler provides direct support to presidential officers and plays a vital role in scheduling events and activities and in ensuring that presidential officers have detailed itineraries and all necessary background materials and information for hundreds of events each year.
General Purpose of Job
Duties include initiating, directing, and evaluating specific technical and administrative functions on a day-to-day basis to further the work of the elected leadership. Responsible for scheduling travel, and meetings, as well as ensuring information and materials for said meetings reach participants in a timely manner. Additional responsibilities include generating reports and providing detailed information on volunteer assignments to committees, task forces and initiatives.
Basic Qualifications & Interest
Bachelors degree or equivalent experience (Experience would include: at least 3 additional years work experience in a job that involved interaction with sophisticated clients). Must have working knowledge of appropriate software tools as well as strong internet research skills. Must be able to work with Leadership at the highest level and work under high pressure. Must possess 3+ years experience that demonstrates the ability to show initiative. Must possess strong communication skills. Must be able to work independently and handle multiple projects. This position may require testing.
Candidate should have strong organizational skills, and the ability to collaborate on a range of event related issues; including being able to plan and negotiate with event organizers the substance of events and the scope of the officers’ involvement.
The American Bar Association is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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