Administrative Coordinator for the Doctoral Programs

Virginia Theological Seminary

Posted Under: Washington DC, DC jobs in Administration, Clerical; Administration, Clerical jobs in zipcode 20418
Posted On: 2017-11-21 18:00:00

Job Description Virginia Theological Seminary, an Episcopal Seminary in Alexandria, VA, seeks a Full-time Administrative Coordinator (30 hours per week) to support the work of its doctoral programs. Under the supervision of the Director of the Doctoral Programs, the Administrative Coordinator will perform tasks including electronic collation of student work portfolios, coordination of thesis defenses, cyclical correspondence with students regarding status and program, inter-office coordination regarding campus preparation for doctoral residencies, assistance with promotional materials, preparation of print materials for students, and data entry and updates in the learning management system, initial response to inquiries and record-keeping of inquirers, other tasks as needed. The Coordinator will be required to work on average 30 hours per week, with the possibility of additional hours in June/July. Candidates should have previous administrative support experience, including skill in MS Office programs (especially Excel and Word), strong and collaborative interpersonal skills, solid writing skills, an ability to learn new systems quickly, and an ability to help an office run smoothly. Knowledge of databases, particularly Jenzabar, is preferred. Some knowledge of Christian churches is helpful.VTS is committed to racial and ethnic diversity at every level of its life and mission. Persons from under-represented ethnic and racial minorities are encouraged to apply. Those interested in applying for this position are invited to submit a resume and a cover letter. VTS is committed to racial and ethnic diversity at every level of its life and mission. VTS is an EEOC employer.Company DescriptionVirginia Theological Seminary is a seminary of the Episcopal Church that has since 1823 served to further the universal mission of Christ's church by providing graduate theological education and serving as a theological resource for the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Communion, and the wider church. In preparing its students as servants of Jesus Christ, as lay and ordained leaders of the church, the Seminary has placed theological education in the context of residential community marked by common life and worship.Voted a "Washington Post Top Workplace" in 2014, Virginia Theological Seminary offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, including medical insurance, pension and tax-sheltered annuity plans, and more.Virginia Theological Seminary is committed to racial and ethnic diversity at every level of its life and mission, and is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.