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We are seeking a dynamic individual to provide project and administrative support to our internal departments for their various projects, events, programs and activities.
Provide project leadership and/or support for select ad hoc or ongoing projects for internal departments:
Identify key members, resources, setting responsibilities /accountabilities for assigned projects.
Execute assigned project tasks and provide deliverables
Provide project support for seasonal off-site events such as International Thespian Festival, Conference, Summit, etc.
Provide ongoing stewardship and administration of special programs and processes including award, grant, and scholarship programs.
Provide administrative support to internal departments including:
Data entry, create/revise documents and forms, process/approve invoices
Execute processes such as event registrations, applications, background checks, etc. for selected projects
Research, industry benchmarking, data collection and synthesis
Provide administrative support to the Foundation
Gift processing and acknowledgements including donor recognition tracking
Assist in updating donor database
Assist with grant proposals and required reporting
Skills and Qualifications:
Strong administrative and/or project support experience
Customer service experience helpful; customer focus required
Project management skills
Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
Organizer and multi-tasker with excellent time management skills
Keen attention to detail and accuracy in all work
Ability to prioritize own wide-ranging workload and work independently
Proficient in using Microsoft Office Suite. Must be comfortable learning and incorporating new technology into the workflow.
The Educational Theatre Association, home to the Educational Theatre Foundation and International Thespian Society, is an international nonprofit whose mission is shaping lives through theatre education. The foundation provides essential financial support to enhance theatre education, expand access, and foster racial equity. The International Thespian Society, an honor society active in nearly 5,000 schools, has inducted 2.4 million students since 1929. Visit www.schooltheatre.org to learn how EdTA honors students, supports teachers, and influences public opinion that theatre education is essential for building life skills.