Conference and Program Coordinator
(Posted November 24, 2014)
Each year, CIC conducts approximately a dozen small and mid-sized program events, and three large conferences for college and university presidents, deans, PR directors, faculty members, and other campus leaders. The Conference and Program Coordinator’s responsibilities include conference and meeting planning, maintaining information in a Microsoft CRM-based database; materials preparation in Microsoft Office applications; conference registration and financial reconciliation in the association management system (knowledge of Protech UX and MX a plus); generating conference materials; developing and tabulating conference evaluations; and issuing reimbursements and fielding calls with conference participants. The position reports to the Director of Conferences and works closely with the other members of the conferences staff as well as several vice presidents and program managers. Some travel to and on-site support at conference locations within the U.S. is expected.
The position also supports the work of a nationwide network of CIC colleges and universities formed to enrich the intellectual and theological exploration of vocation among undergraduate students. The NetVUE Network activities include conferences, workshops, webinars, and an online community funded partially by separate dues.
A bachelor’s degree (preferably from a CIC member institution) and some conference and/or program management work experience (ideally at a higher education association) are required. Desired qualifications also include ability to:
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- Communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing;
- Exhibit a proactive, positive client focus, and demonstrate a dedicated sense of eagerness in serving the interests of association members;
- Attend to details and manage several activities simultaneously;
- Exhibit confidentiality and good judgment; and
- Thrive in a fast-paced, team-oriented work environment.