svcouncilofnp
Oct 30

Programs Scheduler

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Description & Responsibilities: This is a part-time, non-exempt position. Ideal for retired or former professionals who want to supplement their income. Responsibilities: The Programs Scheduler is responsible for handling and scheduling all requests for ING presentations, lectures, panels, and seminars and for distributing ING materials to speakers. Specifically, the Programs Scheduler’s responsibilities include work in the following areas: Scheduling: - Scheduling presentations: responding to incoming requests from clients and coordinating with speakers to fulfill requests for presentations and panels - Maintaining accurate records of presentations, panels, speaker files, survey forms - Posting events to the ING website Asset Management: - Distributing ING materials to speakers as needed The Programs Scheduler will work directly with other ING Staff and volunteers to implement the aforementioned. Skills Requirements: The Programs Scheduler should have demonstrated success in the following: - Excellent organizational abilities for performing in a multi-task, sometimes fast-paced environment and prioritizing work requirements - Excellent written and verbal communication; strong attention to detail - Use of Microsoft Excel for scheduling and evaluations. Experience with WordPress and Vitrium Security a plus. Knowledge of advanced Excel a huge plus Education/Experience Requirements: The Programs Scheduler should hold at least a bachelor’s degree and have professional administrative experience, working in an office. Reporting Relationships and Location: The Programs Scheduler can be work out of either ING’s San Jose or Oakland offices and reports to the Bay Area Director. Salary: Commensurate with experience. How to Apply: Send a cover letter addressing your past experience and measurable achievements with a resume to Ishaq Pathan, Bay Area Director, at ishaq@ing.org. If you are chosen for an interview, names and contact information of three references will be required.

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