Assist in the administration of the Duke Faculty Club office operations and in the supervision of club programs, policies, and procedures.
Work Hours: 5 – 12 hours total per week.
- Responsible for creating a welcoming and informative office environment that promotes quality customer service and excellence.
- Participate in the operations of the office including but not limited to:
- Monitoring & assisting members with check-in process
- Answering member inquiries and providing front office assistance to DFC members
- Providing administrative and clerical support to include data entry, copying and filing
- Providing prospective members with informative tours of the facility
- Other general office tasks and Special Events support as needed
- Oversight of the DFC facilities and grounds, abiding by opening and closing procedures, and enforcing club policies including but not limited to:
- Covering/uncovering the lap pool during the spring and fall
- Checking pool chemicals
- Collecting trash on the patio and tennis courts
- Monitoring the DFC parking lot during ball games/special events
- Light office cleaning to include collecting trash, vacuuming, and dusting fitness equipment
- Committing to work at least one week night and one weekend shift a week.
- Excellent customer service and communication skills. Prior experience in customer service industries preferred but not required
- Proper phone etiquette and office conduct
- Ability to prioritize and adapt to a changing environment
- Strong computer skills: Excel, Word, Access and web-based applications
- Organized and highly self-motivated with the ability to work independently and complete assigned tasks in a timely manner
Work requires organization, communication, and comprehension skills generally acquired through a high school degree.
CENTRAL ADMIN MANAGEMENT CTR
477 OFFICE CLERK
Job Family Level
Full Time / Part Time
Regular / Temporary
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Work requires a knowledge of basic grammar and mathematical principles to perform routine clerical/office support duties normally acquired through a high school education.
None required above minimum education/training requirement.OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE