Full-time
Office Manager
What does the
Office Manager
do?

The Office Manager is the most important role in our day-to-day studio operations. Reporting to the Director of Operations and working directly with the CEO and consulting team, this role is integral to the successful running of our workspace, is a first touchpoint for guests and clients, and is positioned to provide game-changing support to the success of our consulting team.

We are looking to fill this position quickly, so please send in your info on or before February 15, 2019 to be considered.

Here's the Scene
What We Need
To excel in this position you:
  • are (lovingly) described by your friends as: super responsible, detail-obsessed, “control freak”, ambitious, hyper-curious
  • enjoy problem solving, and finding creative solutions to unique issues
  • lose sleep at night thinking about how things are out of order, or not running as efficient as possible
  • love to build and implement systems and processes
  • are an effective verbal and written communicator
  • make people feel welcome the moment they walk through the door
  • are a team player and are always willing to pitch in wherever help is needed
  • get great satisfaction out of building and sustaining relationships and making people’s lives easier
  • revel in executing administrative tasks, i.e.: booking travel and meetings, inventory tracking, expense management, coordinating busy schedules, etc.
  • have a sharp eye for detail (you’re the type of person who stops to wipe up a spill or straighten a crooked picture frame)
  • don’t get flustered in the moment when things change and instead, are invigorated by a good challenge
The Job
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • helping key leadership stay as efficient as possible by proactively taking administrative tasks off their plates
  • daily opening and closing of the Studio
  • set up and break down of meeting hospitality
  • studio inventory management and coordinating supply ordering
  • answering phones and general inquiries
  • greeting clients and visitors at the front desk
  • receiving deliveries and sorting incoming mail
  • studio vendor and contractor management
  • studio task management and maintenance
  • and the typical catch-all: all other things as assigned
Your Qualifications
Come armed with:
  • a great freaking attitude
  • the ability to adeptly use the Mac OSx platform, Apple devices, and Google applications
  • past customer service, hospitality, and/or executive admin experience
  • the ability to convince us you can—and want to—perform the responsibilities of this job
What You Get
The part you've been waiting for:
  • Starting salary range: $35,000-$45,000 based on experience + profit share
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits are available
  • Simple IRA with up to 3% matching
  • Generous vacation and leave policies
  • A 501(c)3 donation matching program
  • A flexible, fun, laid-back, team-based work environment
If you are interested in this position, please send a resume and cover letter to Kelsey Thayer at kelsey@thefrontierproject.com.
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