Under the direction of the FSACE Program Director, the FSACE Program Assistant II is responsible for supporting the FSACE Program Director in carrying out programmatic functions related to preparation of materials for grant submission, policy research and analysis, budget reconciliation, department equipment and inventory tracking, and other administrative support.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Prepares, types, copies, files letters, reports and other materials as needed.
Assists with the preparation of grant documents to include proofreading and editing as necessary.
Enters supply orders into web-based purchasing system.
Conducts policy research and analysis as it relates to program operations.
Reviews and reconciles budget to actual expense report against budget detail.
Maintains and updates inventory records of all department equipment.
Processes incoming program invoices.
Organizes and schedules travel arrangements for conferences, meetings and/or trainings..
Prepares and records minutes of program meetings.
Maintains schedule of on-site reviews/visits with funding sources and vendors.
Prepares Personnel Activation Form for new employees as needed.
Prepares Account Allocation Form for each year budget change.
Prepares requisition and makes arrangements for e-mail and equipment set-up for new employees.
May assist in updating department resource database.
Performs other duties as assigned.
CEDA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
May drive throughout suburban Cook County on occasion. Candidate must have regular access to an automobile; must possess and maintain an applicable Illinois Driver License and Auto Insurance that meets the State requirement.Required Education and Experience
Minimum of two years of experience in in an office setting.
Previous experience in a not-for-profit of social services environment.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Outlook.
DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 9, 2018
One of the largest private, non-profit Community Action Agencies in the country, CEDA serves more than 500,000 Cook County residents annually. Thirty programs and services are offered in the areas of children and family services, community and economic development, education, emergency assistance, employment and training, energy conservation and services, health and nutrition, housing and senior services. It is CEDA's mission to empower individuals, families and communities in attaining self-sufficiency. CEDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer