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Provides administrative support to program staff. Responsibilities include all general office functions such as computer literacy, filing, copying, faxing, typing, mailing, and covering phones/reception area as needed. Maintains personnel files and ensures accurate employee data as it changes. Responsible for the enrollment process and tracking system; which includes scheduling interviews, creating enrollment packets, running necessary criminal record checks, etc.
Associate's Degree in Business or Secretarial Science and two years of administrative secretarial experience: additional relevant work experience may substitute for educational requirements on a year to year basis. Excellent organizational, communication (written and oral), and interpersonal skills are required as well as the ability to use a personal computer and word processing software efficiently and with minimum errors. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (including Word and Access) preferred. Ability to maintain confidentiality is essential. Experience in interacting effectively with people with disabilities is preferred. Personal life experience/history relevant to the position is acceptable as a substitute for education and/or work experiences. Looking to hire individual with a disability.
Must have exceptional interpersonal skills and be able to deal with differing personalities on a daily basis. Must have ability to interact with people on all levels of the organization in a professional manner.
Must have effective and professional communication skills (verbal and written).
Must have proven organizational skills. Must be able to independently prioritize.
Consumer Interaction: must be able to maintain positive interactions with consumers, their families and Attendants. Must uphold the Independent Living Philosophy.
Confidentiality of consumer information is required at all times.
Demonstrates personal integrity, credibility and flexibility within the scope of the job responsibilities.
Demonstrates understanding and endorsement of Independent Living Philosophy and support of Liberty Resources, Inc. mission, vision and goals.
Demonstrates the ability to utilize a wide range of appropriate knowledge, skills and abilities to achieve desired outcomes within the scope of the job responsibilities.
Demonstrates the ability to understand, interpret, and uphold Center policies.
Demonstrates the ability to accept diversity in others and to treat all individuals with respect.
Demonstrates the ability to evaluate options, make decisions and accept accountability within the scope of job responsibilities.
Demonstrates the ability and initiative to resolve potential or actual problems effectively and diplomatically.
Demonstrates the ability to participate as an active member of a work team.
Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Demonstrates the ability to learn through the supervisory process.
Demonstrates the ability to incorporate new knowledge and skills into work performance within the scope of the job responsibilities.
Demonstrates the ability to organize and manage own workloads and priorities.
Demonstrates the ability to collect, retrieve and manipulate computerized data.
Demonstrates the ability to provide supervisory leadership and support for attendants of assigned consumers.
Demonstrates the ability to perform the responsibilities and functions of the position.
LRI is a non-profit, consumer driven organization that advocates & promotes Independent Living for persons with disabilities. More than 51% of our Board as well as 51% of our employees are persons with disabilities. LRI is committed to affirmative action to ensure that individuals with disabilities, particularly those who are members of traditionally under-represented groups, receive full access to LRI including employment opportunities. In addition to a commitment to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, LRI strives to affirmatively hire & promote individuals in protected classes, including those with disabilities throughout the organization.