The Assistant to the Executive Director oversees the daily operations of the administrative offices at the Tolbert Center, including, but not limited to: answering phones, responding to emails,, and processing and maintaining employee human resource files.
Position Requirements and Responsibilities
Responsibilities shall include but not be limited to:
Assist the Executive Director in maintaining facility logs and files for staff and residents.
Daily operations of office including reports and routine forms.
Answer phone and distribute messages in a timely manner during regular office hours.
Oversee Executive Director’s Calendar: schedule appointments, send reminders
Process student and staff mail.
Office support duties for the Executive Director.
Maintaining the Human Resources/Payroll.
Ensure the safety of residents.
Supervision, mentoring, and interaction with residents during various activities, which may include but is not limited to: school, work assignments and chores, free time, public outings, overnight trips, and other recreational or therapeutic activities.
Assist students in learning to manage their own behavior by providing Godly counsel and encouragement.
Other: At times, staff members may be called upon to serve in areas not necessarily outlined in their formal job description.
Subsidized housing is offered (based on availability).
Subsidized Medical and Supplemental Insurance offered.
Strong organizational and analytical skills; oral and written communication skills.
Working knowledge and ability to apply professional standards of practice in job situations.
Must type 40-50 wpm and be proficient in the use of one or more types of office equipment, including personal computer word processor and related software.
High School Diploma or GED, College Degree Preferred.
Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license.
All applicants will be background checked.
Mature and Godly character.
TC Graduates must have been out of Teen Challenge for at least 12 months.
Amiable to the Assembly of God doctrine.
In full agreement with the Teen Challenge Mission Statement.
Must be a person of good character, whose integrity is above reproach, of stable mind, sound judgment and shall possess spiritual qualities such as patience, needed to work with residents from various family backgrounds.