Reports to: Writing & Academic Resource Center Director
Supervises: Team of student tutors
Coordinates with: Writing & Academic Resource Center Director, faculty, staff, and students
The Writing and Academic Resource Center (WARC) is accepting applications for a position of the Center Coordinator. The Coordinator is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the daily operations of the WARC. The Coordinator's primary function is to supervise student tutors. Secondary functions of the coordinator are to promote WARC services and coordinate with Director on WARC objectives and activities; with the Director, recruit and select WARC tutors; help develop writing and research skills workshops; develop materials for and maintain the WARC website and YouTube channel; attend and present information about the WARC at outreach functions such as orientation sessions for students and faculty; maintain WARC budget; collect and analyze WARC usage data. Please follow the link for more information and directions to apply: https://auca.kg/en/apply_to_warc/.
Development Office and Alumni Relations Assistant is a full-time position that includes working with all Development office’s units and staff: Development Director, Development Officer, the Alumni Relations and Career Development Officers. This role is a hub for providing administrative services for all of the DO units, particularly Alumni Relations, assistance with daily workflow, communication with internal departments and external partners of the university, management of the social media of the office, office management, event planning and organization, support in various development/fundraising endeavors, etc.
The successful candidate should match the following criteria:
bachelor degree required; major in public relations/communications/marketing is an asset;
full professional proficiency in spoken and written English, Russian, and professional working proficiency in spoken and written Kyrgyz is required;
a high level of professionalism, flexibility, enthusiasm, project management, organizational skills and attention to detail;
good interpersonal skills for interacting with university’s units, donors, members and volunteers;
experience in civic engagement is an asset;
excellent knowledge of MS Office software; knowledge of Photoshop, illustrator is preferable; knowledge of data analysis is an asset;
ability to work flexible hours.
DOAR Assistant functions include, but not limited to:
maintaining office services by organizing office operations and procedures, answering phone calls, greeting visitors, controlling correspondence, planning and implementing equipment procurement, ordering office supplies;
coordinating appointments and meetings and managing staff calendars and schedules;
coordinating domestic and international travel, including flight, hotel, restaurant and car rental reservations;
managing procurement, following AUCA procurement procedures;
assisting with development/fund-raising activities, such as:
processing gifts, donor acknowledgments and varied financial reports for the Development Department;
managing donor lists and preparing mailing materials (invitations, newsletters, acknowledgement letters, etc.); ensuring timely acknowledgment of contributions;
coordinating donor/partners visits and other activities (participates in event planning and organization, coordinates logistics, financial reporting, etc.);
social media activities and updates, and preparing promotional materials.
track and respond to incoming requests from alumni, conduct updating of the alumni database, conduct regular mailing through alumni mailing lists
Physical requirements are those present in normal office environment conditions. Employee is required to sit at a desk and work at a computer for long periods of time. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs.
CV and motivation letter should be sent to email@example.com with title "Development Office and Alumni Relations Assistant".