Archaeological Research Institute

Public Outreach Assistant

Positions Available: 2 

Description:  An outreach assistant provides administrative, operational, and logistical support to the leadership team. They plan, implement, coordinate, and monitor initiatives that promote the organization and its services to the community. Responsibilities typically include: acting as a first point of contact: dealing with correspondence and phone calls managing diaries and organizing meetings and appointments, often controlling access to the manager/executive booking and arranging travel, transport and accommodation organizing events and conferences reminding the leadership team of important tasks and deadlines typing, compiling and preparing reports, presentations and correspondence managing databases and filing systems implementing and maintaining procedures/administrative systems liaising with staff, suppliers and clients collating and filing expenses miscellaneous tasks to support their manager. 

Reports To: Leadership Team (Executive Director, Senior Archaeologist, Director of Resource Development & Marketing, and Program Coordinator) 

Time Commitment: 300-450 hours in 3 months 

Compensation: $1,678.57 – $1,342.86 Education Award 


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