PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVE III
Program Coordinator, Volunteer Center
$4,009 - $7,925 monthly
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****Job Summary Statement:
The Program Coordinator will provide general program support, including but not limited to meeting preparation and logistics, data collection and data maintenance, event planning, and administrative/technical support to the professional staff and volunteers of the UCLA Volunteer Center. He/She will be responsible for organizing and executing event logistics, and organizing and monitoring the paper and computer work flow of various projects. The Program Coordinator will also handle public ****
QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSITION
1. Demonstrated ability to build cooperative, effective relationship with volunteers in a volunteer-driven organization. Experience in responding to member inquiries and concerns in a customer service-oriented, dues-supported or constituent services environment.
2. Demonstrated ability to interact diplomatically with the public, in person, and on the phone and to maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff members, students, volunteers and administrators.
3. Ability to coordinate meetings and special events, including securing location, planning menus, and making arrangements with caterers and vendors. Also able to compose invitation list and track RSVP's.
4. Detail oriented with excellent oral and written communication skills; strong grammar and punctuation skills, knowledge of grammar rules, the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and the ability to meet deadlines in a dynamic and ever-changing environment.
5. Ability to work as part of a team toward a common goal.
6. Demonstrated ability to plan, organize and prioritize assignments; work independently; provide proficient follow-up, and make effective timely decisions despite tight deadlines and competing requirements.
7. Skill and resourcefulness in using references to gather needed information to complete projects.
8. Demonstrated outstanding computer skills including proficiency with Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and other software programs on a networked computer system. Ability to learn the External Affairs Client/Server database.
9. Ability to perform in an open office environment with frequent interruptions and distractions.
10. Knowledge of UCLA programs, services, departments, forms, policies and procedures, including appropriate management of confidential information.
11. Supervisory skills to effectively manage student workers and volunteers, including training, delegation, follow-up and evaluation.
12. Ability to work occasional evenings and/or weekends as required for special events.
13. Experience working in an educational and/or non-profit, client service-oriented or comparable environment is highly desirable and preferred.
ADDITIONAL POSTING INFORMATION
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THE TARGET SALARY RANGE FOR THIS POSITION IS BETWEEN THE POSTED MINIMUM AND $4,583 MONTHLY.
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