Management Oversight of the Manager, Executive Office - establishes a clear and equitable division of labor and in the delegation of above enumerated functions to the Manager, Executive Office.
1. Primary accountability for the following activities, with delegation as appropriate to the Manager, Executive Office.
2. Executive Office Management - manages administrative functions for the executive office, Executive Director, and Deputy Executive Director & General Counsel.
3. Liaison to NSPE President, President-Elect, Vice President and Immediate Past President.
4. NSPE Board of Directors - scheduling and logistics of regular conference calls and (as needed, face-to-face meetings).
5. NSPE Executive Committee - scheduling and logistics of regular conference calls and (as needed, face-to face meetings).
6. NSPE House of Delegates - follows up with all NSPE state societies/interest groups to collect names of House of Delegate members.
7. Staff Liaison to NSPE Past Presidents
8. Staff Liaison for NSPE Council of Fellows Executive Committee (COFEC) and Annual Fellow Section Process.
9. Staff Liaison to Candidate Screening Committee (CSC).
10. Advisory Groups/Liaison Societies
11. Committee Appointment Process - assists the President-Elect with appointments to nearly 35 boards/committees/task forces/liaison societies.
12. Officer Travel
13. Annual Professional Engineers Conference - Works with the incoming President on various tasks associated with the annual PE Conference.
14. Annual Budget Preparation - prepares three-year budget for Outreach/Executive, Governance, Licensure & Professional Practice, and NAFE departments.
15. Such other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
The responsibilities of this role extend beyond that of an executive assistant or secretary and encompass the ability to exercise independent judgment, diplomacy, and a customer/member-service perspective in his/her performance of organizational and administrative functions.
1. Strong office management, organizational, and time management skills
2. Strong supervisory skills – ability to supervise, manage performance and discipline, and effectively delegate duties to ensure efficient performance of the Executive Office.
2. Ability to be proactive, foresee problems, and prevent them by taking action
3. Ability to manage expenses, monitor budgetary expenses, and perform financial analysis
4. Ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion in relations with volunteers, staff, and outside organizations/individuals
5. Ability to review and analyze facts and issues and make recommendations both verbally and in writing
6. Ability to multi-task, adhere to strict deadlines, and manage multiple conflicting priorities without loss of composure
7. Ability to work effectively independently and within a team structure to accomplish goals
8. Strong attention to detail
9. Ability to understand volunteer and staff needs and interact professionally at all times
10. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
11. Ability to demonstrate advanced proficiency using computers and office equipment
12. Ability to travel (less than 10% of time)
Additional Salary Information: Generous benefits package including medical, dental, 401(k) employer contribution & match, PTO and more.
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