WHO: Stage Directors & Choreographers Society

SEEKING:  Executive Assistant

RESPONSIBILITIES:  Provide administrative and organizational support to the Executive Director and to act as a liaison to SDC’s Executive Board. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: scheduling, preparation of meetings, (space and materials) coordination of communication systems such as conference calls, video conferencing and Skype, taking of minutes, filing and general office support. Other duties include travel arrangements for Executive Director and Board Members as well as the staffing of Board Committees, ad hoc committees, events and retreats. Research and special project work as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of 5 years administrative experience, including some experience assisting positions of leadership required. Must be detail oriented and thrive in a dynamic, multi-tasked environment. Excellent written and verbal skills, including proof reading required. Must have demonstrated experience working with discretion and enthusiasm in an office environment. Knowledge of theatre helpful but not required. Experience with smart phones, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and a high comfort level with technology required.

WHEN: 5/15/2012

PAY: SDC offers excellent benefits, comprehensive health/life insurance; competitive salary, retirement programs (defined benefit pension as well as 401k), paid holidays, sick leave and vacation.

HOW TO APPLY:Address letter of interest and resume to Executive Assistant search and email to jobs@SDCweb.org. Position will remain open until filled.


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One Response to Executive Assistant Stage Directors & Choreographers Society

  1. Kate Daly says:

    Have you filled this job? Well, the economy being what it is, you probably have. But just in case …
    I stumbled on this post while looking for something else altogether. The job is perfect for me, and I’m perfect for the job. If it’s still open, please contact me at the email here. I’d be delighted to talk to you about it.
    -Kate Daly

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