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Administrative Assistant for Payroll - (part-time) The Payroll assistant will be responsible for assisting those who come the the Treasury/Payroll department for help. Work is varied, and though performed with some supervision, there are specific guidelines to follow, and the Administrative Assistant must be able to carry out duties and meet deadlines independently. Daily duties involve checking bank balances, printing checks, and making copies, sending faxes and mail, and taking/making phone calls as needed. Monthly duties involve time sheets from individual employees and entities, mailing payroll checks/vouchers, and filing employment forms, and billing Conference schools and churches. The successful candidate will need to have knowledge of Seventh-day Adventist policies, principles, and beliefs, and be able to present these in a positive light. Applicants should be organized, adaptable, able to work under pressure, maintain a high level of confidentiality, have accurate spelling, proofing, and record-keeping abilities, and be able to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Experience as an administrative assistant is required; at least two years of college are preferred. A solid working knowledge of Microsoft Word and other software (Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access) is required. Applicants should also have a basic understanding of accounting and record-keeping.
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Assistant Director of Communications - (full-time) The Assistant Director of Communications will be primarily responsible for the Media Center located at the Forest Grove Spanish Church in Forest Grove, Oregon. Applicants should be bilingual in English and Spanish. Duties will include working with the Oregon Conference Media board to produce high quality Christian-based programming in Spanish and/or English for the greater Portland, OR area. The Assistant Director will also produce content for the Oregon Conference in areas including education, pastors' presentations, and promotional videos for departments, churches, and schools. Content has the potential of being distributed through Facebook, YouTube, websites, and television; applicants should be comfortable using these distribution mechanisms. A bachelor's degree in film, television, multimedia, is required, and previous experience is preferred. Working conditions will vary with the day's tasks, but in addition to sitting at a computer, also may include more physically demanding tasks such as building or tearing down sets and video equipment, or working in cold, hot, or rainy conditions.
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