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Chief Development Officer


The search for our next Chief Development Officer is being handled by Capital Development Services’ (CapDev) Executive Search Team.  Please visit CapDev’s website and direct questions about this opportunity to CapDev:

Administrative Assistant 


Provides complete administrative support to the Executive team and other departments at TROSA.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Serve as administrative support to executive team (including CEO, CFO, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Program Officer, and Chief Development Officer)
• Prepare reports for President/CEO utilizing Microsoft Office and conduct research as needed
• Maintain administrative offices and ensure it has appropriate supplies and equipment functions properly
• Serve as administrative support to other staff as needed
• Log incoming invoices and payments and submit daily to Finance Department
• Set up A/V equipment as needed
• Coordinate catering for events and meetings and ensure refreshments and supplies in conference rooms are stocked
• Supervise the sorting, logging and distribution of all mail for over 400 residents and staff
• Compile documents for TROSA Board of Directors meetings
• Serve as liaison between callers and the President/CEO, fielding requests and calls as appropriate
• Ensure that sufficient and appropriate materials are available at the reception desk area for visitors
• Order office supplies as needed
• Take, print, edit, and frame photographs of new hires, new Senior Residents, and any other photographs as needed by President/CEO
• Organize and prepare for tours of TROSA properties including coordinating dates and tour guides
• Organize and coordinate TROSA speaker engagements in the community; organize voter registration for residents and candidate forums.
• Maintain a variety of spreadsheets and databases such as ones that track volunteer hours by TROSA, community volunteers at TROSA, and donations given to the community
• Coordinate annual drives and applications during the year, such as Coats for Kids/Families and Toys for Tots

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

• Excellent organization and time-management skills
• Full proficiency in G Suite and Microsoft Office Suite both in using and creating documents
• Strong commitment to confidentiality
• Ability to problem-solve with tasks and people
• Detail-oriented and extremely organized

Credentials or Experience

• High school or college education
• 4-6 years of administrative office experience preferred, executive level a plus
• Equivalent combination of education and experience
• Previous Administrative or Office Management strongly preferred

This is a 40-hour week role with benefits. This position is not remote and is located on our Durham campus. Please email your cover letter, resume and salary expectations to