Under the general direction of the Associate Director of Regional Volunteer Giving Initiatives, providing support to Regional and Reunion committees, and perform routine duties and assist with special projects generated by the Volunteer Initiative team. Provide additional support to the Assistant Director of Young Alumni Giving, which includes the Senior Class Campaign as well as the Council on Young Alumni philanthropy. Provide exceptional frontline customer service to Cornell's alumni, parents and friends as well as volunteers within the Volunteer Initiatives group. This includes answering rollovers and following up on alumni requests and concerns. Provide support to Regional and Reunion officers during the Cornell Annual Leadership Conference and Reunion Weekend. Coordinate the logistics of Reunion Recognition for volunteers during Reunion Weekend. Provide assistance with travel arrangements, Concur expenses, as well as travel follow-up research for Regional and Reunion officers. Assist Regional and Reunion officers with alumni campus visits, pledge card support as well as volunteer material support on an ad hoc basis. Act as staff liaison for WebEx/Zoom training during meetings and kickoffs as well as inventory management for the Volunteer Giving Initiatives program. Provide backup support for the 800-line within Advancement Services as needed.
Formal training beyond High School diploma. Excellent attention to detail, typing, writing, and communications skills are essential. Demonstrated organizational skills required, along with strong interpersonal and public relations skills. Accuracy and attention to detail is essential. Proven leadership experience. Must have an ability to work independently, and show initiative. Positive attitude and high degree of flexibility required. Ability to effectively represent the University and work in a team environment with a mix of alumni and colleagues. Knowledge of PeopleSoft system and other data management systems preferred. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point. Occasionally work on weekends and evenings.
-Typically lifts less than 10 lbs
-Limited exposure to hazards
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