Administrative Associate 2 - Temporary Solutions

State of North Carolina - Wake County, NC (30+ days ago)3.5

NOTE: If you are a current NC State Government employee, you will not be considered for a temporary assignment. Temporary Solutions cannot accommodate dual employment.

Individuals hired into a temporary State job must be fully qualified for the job. OSHR supports the Governor's Job Ready initiative and seeks to expand a temporary's skill set to enhance their qualifications for State government and private sector jobs. Exposure to an agency's culture, process, procedures and potential learning opportunities can provide valuable experience to those who may ultimately seek permanent employment with the state.

This temporary position is located in Raleigh/Wake County. There are no leave, retirement benefits or insurances offered. Visit for employment information.

Average Week Hours: 20 hours per week
Hourly Rate of Pay: $7.25 - $15.00 (Based on education and/or years of relevant work experience reflected on the application)

This temporary position will be assigned to the State Board of Elections Training and Outreach Division. Positions require knowledge of the office or work unit policies and procedures in order to communicate information involving programs, functions, and services. Duties performed may include preparation of documents and reports, composition of memos and letters, the use of office technology, compiling records, organizing and maintaining files, posting information, greeting, referring, assisting visitors, clients, staff, and others, mail distribution, and photocopying. Positions may serve as the primary staff assistant to a department or program manager. Positions may serve as an office coordinator for a work unit.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
[NOTE: Qualified applicants must meet and reflect on their application training and experience and all knowledge, skills, abilities and any experience or competencies specified in the supplemental question(s) to be considered.]

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Attention to details.
Excellent customer service and telephone skills.
Ability to multi-task and mange time.
Understands teamwork and collaboration. Can support multiple individuals.
Ability to prioritize multiple work assignments, can work effectively under tight deadlines, maintain professionalism under pressure, and accept constant change.
Maintains confidentiality and adheres to agency policy and procedure.
Adept with technology. Intermediate to advanced level experience with Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Create and edit word documents, excel worksheets, charts, tables, insert pictures, use formulas in spreadsheets. Create and edit ppt presentations. Database entry, search, and create reports.
Ability to schedule and calendar events and tasks in Microsoft Outlook for multiple individuals.
Intermediate to advanced level in Adobe software products to include reader and presentation software.
Other skills that are a plus - experience working in a legal office or with attorneys. Use of social media.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
High school or General Educational Development (GED) diploma and one year of administrative experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.