Executive Assistant - Secretary Admin. Assistant Receptionist Resume S
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Executive Assistant Resume

Desired Industry: Secretary/Admin. Assistant/Receptionist SpiderID: 34256
Desired Job Location: Tacoma, Washington Date Posted: 3/4/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 03/08/10
Desired Wage: $42,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No

To gain employment as an Executive or Administrative Assistant with a well-established company

•Maintained divisional files, including confidential, legal and general files and records.
•Created and maintained professional service agreements (contracts) and corresponding files.
•Coordinated and maintained project schedules and tracking progress.
•Coordinated administrative support for targeted/special mailings.
•Maintained and oversaw the inventory of office supplies and stationery.
•Coordinated the submittal of times sheets for coworkers.
•Prepared biannual budgets.
•Tracked and monitored budget expenditures, including the processing of all receipts, invoices, purchase orders, auto mileage forms, check requests, travel requests and reconciliations, and credit card reconciliations.
•Coordinated meetings and managed the calendars for City of University Place’s (City of UP) Planning and Community Development’s Director and Pacific Lutheran University’s (PLU) Development’s Vice President & Executive Director.
•Served as the Emergency Building Coordinator for the PLU Development office.
•Served as the Point of Contact for all computer related issues in the City of UP’s Planning and Community Development Department.
•Organized and maintained the City of UP’s nonconforming sign database (300+entries). Mailed notice letters encouraging compliance or civil violation notices to non-complying business owners.
•Organized and coordinated special events at Pacific Lutheran University. This included the maintenance of databases of 4,000+ entries for event registration.
•Supervised thirteen student employees in PLU’s Development office.
•Managed student employee schedules in the University of New Orleans’ (UNO) Chancellor’s office.

•Notary Public – Term expires June 2011.
•Processed requests for public disclosures of information.
•Composed and/or edited correspondence, reports, minutes, and quarterly magazines and newsletter articles.
•Coordinated, prepared for, and supported the City of UP’s Planning Commission meetings and other subcommittee meetings by providing public notification and recording meeting minutes.
•Compiled and submitted materials such as Council Bills, Ordinances and Resolutions for City Council meetings.
•Issued Civil Violation Notices on behalf of the City of UP’s Planning and Community Development Director.
•Served on various employee committees and taskforces.
•Provided administrative assistance/support to the PLU Vice President and all issues related to the running of the Office of the Vice President including: calendar scheduling and travel coordination, personnel matters, Board of Regents meetings, and participating in divisional management meetings.
•Welcomed guests and worked registration/event tables at multiple events.
•Worked with disgruntled students to solve issues related to their classes and/or financial aid. Also helped assist PLU’s disgruntled annual fund donors and Alarm Protection Services (APS) customers to resolve their issues.
•Created certificates of recognition for staff achievements, retirement, gift planning, and annual fund.
•Processed and routed all incoming calls for APS’ staff members of 30+ people.

•Collected data, ran statistical analysis, and wrote scientific reports on the subjects of microclimatology, wildlife, vegetation, ecology of worm populations and plant growth, and human geography.
•Collected specimens of marine vertebrates and invertebrates as well as the topography of the various Louisiana barrier islands. I studied the organisms in the lab and in the field for a four-week period.
•Studied Biology, Chemistry, and Physics and applied their concepts in various laboratory settings.
•Conducted an independent study of bird migrations in relation to synoptic weather conditions over a seven-year period. Collected the data, ran statistical analysis, drew conclusions and submitted a scientific paper to the UNO Geography Department Chair. A collaborative paper written by both the department chair and myself was published.
•Served as an environmental Response Team member for oil spill recovery around the Washington Puget Sound area.

University of New Orleans(New Orleans, LA)
Bachelor of Arts Degree: Environmental Analysis in Geography (Minor in Biology)
August 1998-December 2002

Pacific Lutheran University(Tacoma, WA)
Course work included: Calculus September 2004-May 2005

University of Washington, Tacoma (Tacoma, WA)
GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Certificate Program
September 2009-June 2010

Detail-oriented person successful at coordinating multiple projects and utilizing creative talents to make projects stand above the rest. Proficient in performing tasks with long term planning in mind. Excellent computer abilities with an emphasis in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Adobe Acrobat, Corporate Time, SCT Banner, Lotus Notes and Eden (financial software). Possess experience in SAS and SPSS statistical programs as well as GIS’ ArcMap program and Ethel (permit tracking software).

Additional Information:
Yaukey, Peter H. and Shawn C. Powell. 2008. “Numbers of Migratory Birds Stopping Over In New Orleans, Louisiana, USA In Relation To Weather.” The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120(2):286–295.

•City of University Place’s “Team of the Year” Award (2009)
•City of University Place’s Employee “Rookie of the Year” Award (2007)
•Chancellor’s List (2004–2005)
•Distinguished Student Award, Department of Geography (2002-2003)
•Golden Key National Honor Society (2001–2003)
•Louisiana Board of Supervisors Scholarship Recipient (1999-2002)
•Louisiana Tuition Opportunity Scholarship Recipient (1998-2002)
•University of New Orleans Dean’s List (1999, 2001-2002)
•University of New Orleans Student Leadership Recognition Award (2001)
•University of New Orleans Ambassador (2000-2001)
•Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges (2000-2001)
•Alpha Theta Epsilon Honor Society (1999-2000)

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