Anti - Discrimination Laws Related to Employment

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Anti-Discrimination Laws Related to Employment

BUS 670 Legal Environment of Business

January 7, 2013

Administrative Assistant (Ft Worth, TX)

In search of a full time administrative assistant.

*About us:
Partners in reading are a company that was established in 2000. We provide children with one on one reading support. In a structured environment that is web based the curriculum engages our students. This program also provides basic building blocks to supplement the children’s academic growth.
*Summary of position:
Partner in reading is looking for a talented administrative assistant to provide much needed administrative support. Your job description ranges from general office support to calendaring, expense reconciliation travel and planning for events and preparing board meetings minutes and follow us.
The most qualified person for the job will have a strong work ethic. They will possess in performance with much attention to detail. The candidate will take imitative and apply their knowledge with little to no direction. Diplomacy, tact, calendar fluency travel arrangements and time management is a big part of the job.
*Responsibilities:
Office management
Development and outreach coordinator
Executive and administrative support
*Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
Two years prior work experience in a professional setting
Great communication skills, organizational and interpersonal skills
Excellent computer skills experience with Microsoft, excel, power point and word
*Preferred Qualifications:
Past experience with nonprofit section
Strong technology skills, fluent with goggle apps and internet search skills
Project management skills experience managing and working with groups to accomplish a bigger goal
*Compensation:
Depends on experience

*10 Illegal Questions:
Where were you born?
What is your native language?
Are you married?
Do you plan to get pregnant?
How old are you?
Do you

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