Executive Assistant to the President and CEO
Prison Fellowship (PF) is seeking an Executive Assistant to the President & CEO in our headquarters office in Lansdowne, VA. In this role you will provide administrative support and constituency services for the President and CEO. Primary contact for internal and external parties. Receive requests, gather pertinent information, and make arrangements for speaking engagements and interviews. Schedule calendar. Provide guidance and direction on President & CEO’s behalf. Keep President & CEO apprised of pertinent events and information. Personally screen requests and process multiple incoming items as they arise. Act as main contact with senior management, delegating tasks as appropriate. Coordinate Executive Office budget, correspondence, and speaking requests/records. Handle a variety of special projects.
7 years administrative experience with increasing level of responsibility, to include 3 years executive level support.
Associate degree or equivalent combination of coursework and experience.
Knowledge of best practices in office administration. Knowledge of Prison Fellowship mission and operations or ability to quickly gain. Solid understanding of basic principles of Christian faith.
Intermediate computer skills in Windows, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Familiarity with using databases for work; ability to quickly learn in-house database system.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Outstanding organization skills including ability to manage all travel and trip scheduling and activities.
Strong writing skills (English major is a plus)
Self-starter with demonstrated ability to independently move projects forward from general guidance.
Ability to appropriately handle confidential information.
Demonstrated tact, professionalism, and composure.
Ability to effectively interact with a wide variety of people, including senior management, high-ranking political officials, and the general public.
Satisfactory background check (PF does not discriminate against individuals with a prior criminal history).
Prison Fellowship® was founded in 1976 by Charles Colson, a former aide to President Nixon who served a seven-month sentence for a Watergate-related crime. Today, Prison Fellowship is the nation’s largest outreach to prisoners, former prisoners, and their families. Established on the belief that all people are created in God’s image and that no life is beyond His reach, Prison Fellowship takes a restorative approach to all those affected by crime and incarceration. We strive to make prisons safer and more rehabilitative, advance criminal justice reforms, and support former prisoners, their families, and their communities.
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