Department: Ministry

Job Status: Full-time

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

Reports To: Director of College Ministry

Grade/Level: B.A. preferred

Amount of Travel Required: No travel required

Work Schedule: 8:00am – 5:00pm, with flexibility to work nights and weekends

Positions Supervised: Work study students in Ministry Office



The Administrative Assistant provides organizational and administrative support to staff members and student leaders in the Department of College Ministry. Duties include clerical, receptionist, and project based work. In addition, the Administrative Assistant is the initial contact person in the College Ministry Office for all walk-in and telephone inquiries. She/he projects a professional image that complements the mission of Benedictine College through in-person and phone interaction.



· Provide administrative office support including: managing appointments and calendars, setting up meetings, processing incoming mail, maintaining office supplies, contacting vendors, and assisting with photocopying, faxing, mailing, filing, word processing, and other clerical requests

· Manage telephone calls and visits from students, parents, faculty, staff, employers and community leaders

· Enter computer data and utilize Colleague database to retrieve student information and Raiser’s Edge for donor information

· Supervise and train work study students and assign jobs and evaluate/inspect their work

· Assist in data entry to process expense reports, receipts, bills, and file documents accordingly

· Assist in the preparation of materials for Benedictine College Ministry mailings, meetings, and campus activities

· Compose agenda and minutes for staff meetings and team meetings

· Assist in the coordination of campus-wide events sponsored by the Department of College Ministry

· Communicate and collaborate with other college offices regarding various student issues

· Respond to staff requests for administrative support as needed

· Collect and communicate information regarding the Department of College Ministry the student body through Benedictine College Ministry FYIs, Facebook, and Twitter.

· Assist in the coordination of Ministry sponsored meetings, retreats, and trainings that often occur during nights and weekends.

· Perform other related duties as required or assigned

About Benedictine College

Benedictine College's mission as a Catholic, Liberal Arts institution of higher learning is to educate men and women within a community of faith and scholarship.

Community: The first step to achieving academic excellence in a community of faith and scholarship is the ongoing development of one of the great Catholic college faculties in America.

Faith: Benedictine College is committed to sharing with all members of our community the beauty and mystery of the Catholic faith as revealed in the person of Jesus Christ and handed down through the teachings of the Church.

Scholarship: Academic excellence at Benedictine College is driven by faculty who exhibit strong commitment in their teaching and scholarship to provide an environment that prepares students with the best that has been thought and written. Faculty will develop graduates who are critical thinkers who read, speak, and write well, and are personally and professionally prepared for life’s challenges on a local and global scale. As faculty at a Catholic college, we embrace the distinctive challenge of Catholic education articulated by Pope Benedict XVI: to form the will, as well as the mind, of the students within our care.