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Presidential Forum Event Coordinator

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Federal Work-Study Position Application Form

Job Title

Presidential Forum Event Coordinator
Reports to President
Department  President's Office
Days of Week  Flexible
Time of Day  Flexible
Hours per week  3
Start date  8/27/15
End date  5/7/16
Pay rate  10.25
General description/brief summary Work closely with the President and Director of Communications on all aspects of Presidential forum, including meeting with committees, dealing with hospitality and registration needs and working with forum leadership
Duties/responsibilities  Attend Presidential Forum  Planning committee meetings, take minutes at meetings, distribute letters of invitation/agreement to leadership. Arrange leadership, hospitality, schedule venues. Meet with caterer to plan menus. Create registration forms. Monitor registration, prepare checks for deposit, respond to questions. Make arrangements for custodial care, reception desk, hospitality, A/V, registration staff and building access. Distribute publicity, prepare nametags, prepare participant packets, collate evaluations
Skills/qualifications  Professional, non-judgemental manner and ability to listen with care, multi task and creatively solve problems, sometimes immediately is essential. Necessary technological skills include word processing, Excel and willingness to learn to post material on the Bethany website. Must be able to understand and work with budgets.
Physical demands May include long stretches of time on the job, particularly at the time of the event. May include responding to last minute requests to move furniture. May involve carrying heavy boxes of paper, supplies or quantities of food.

Elizabeth Keller
Master of Divinity '08

ElizabethSaying “YES” to God can get messy. It did for me. In all my defiance and resistance to God’s call (maybe you can relate?!), I made a mess--and while I learned along the way to revel in the messiness, I give thanks to God who can make any crooked path straight. May my personal story resonate some with our universal story as the emerging generation of the church for the 21st century.