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University of Notre Dame
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Administrative Assistant (Part - Time Limited Term)

This position is for an Administrative Assistant for Latin American North American Church Concerns (LANACC) in the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. The Administrative Assistant will be the initial contact person for students, faculty, and staff as well as for inquiries from outside the university.

This position will be part-time (20 hours/week), and the term will be limited to three years. After three years of service, the appointment can be renewed depending upon the recommendation of both the Director of LANACC and the Director of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. The Administrative Assistant will report to the Director of LANACC and will be integrated into the staff of the Kellogg Institute.

Job Duties Include

Handling inquiries by phone or email regarding LANACC events or programs.

Working with LANACC-sponsored speakers and scholars, including in the preparation of their travel, lodging, and research time spent at the University of Notre Dame.

Working with the Director and Director Emeritus in the preparation of course materials and class trips related to LANACC themes.

Writing up budgets for grants and projects as well as processing travel receipts for the LANACC Director.

Handling publicity and the website for LANACC in conjunction with the Kellogg staff as well as with other key units at Notre Dame and in the community.

Coordinating LANACC-sponsored conferences in conjunction with the Kellogg staff. These will include three conferences on Pope Francis’s Theology of the People (Cuba, Notre Dame, Rome).

Travel to course sites and conference sites, as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

High School diploma or GED

Fluency in written and spoken Spanish.

6-12 months experience with general office work, receptionist work, and the preparation of budgets.

Preferred Qualifications

Previous experience working either with Hispanic Ministry in the United States or with the Church of Latin America is preferred.

Experience in the preparation of grant proposals is also preferred.

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