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The Courier is responsible for supporting the Office Support Manager/Department in their daily tasks, which generally comprise of clerical and other document needs, supplies, mail,, errands, special projects, and reception.
Maintains coverage of the front desk/reception area. Greets and directs visitors as needed.
Maintains a clean and professional lobby area, conference rooms, and break room.
Takes personal lines photos of properties as requested.
Completes special projects, clerical work, research, reports, excel spreadsheets, AMS/Company assistance, etc. as requested.
Handles deliveries and errands, mail (opening, sorting and delivering), and lunches (pick up, set up, and clean up only).
Restocks kitchen supplies in break room and office supplies around the office, including copier paper on a daily basis. Informs Document Control Coordinator of low supplies that need to be ordered.
Completes requests for copies, binding proposals, and other document needs.
Empties recycling bins daily.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS, AND ABILITIES
The person filling this position must be organized, a self-starter with good verbal and written communication skills. This position requires the employee to sit and work on the computer or other office equipment for approximately 20 hours per week. This position requires someone who is comfortable in a multi-tasking environment, can work well with others, and can maintain a professional demeanor with guests, clients, and employees. In addition, the employee may be required to work outside of the office setting when on errands and deliveries and must have a valid driver’s license, registered vehicle and car insurance.
EDUCATION AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Must be willing to work approximately 20 hours per week, during normal business hours. Can be flexible with scheduling
Must be currently enrolled in a degree-seeking undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited college or university and maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA (3.5 GPA for graduate students) – please be able to submit a schedule upon request.
Prior internship experience preferred
Must be comfortable working with proprietary information and be able to maintain confidentiality
High level of attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and ability to prioritize is required
Strong oral and written communication skills
Additional skills required include the ability to use a personal computer, calculator, agency automation systems, and various software programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word, and Excel.
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