This important role includes being a positive ambassador for the Atlanta Bar Association in response to members and the public, as well as serving as a valuable team member in an administrative role. Primary work hours are 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., but some early morning or late afternoon meetings may be required.
Duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Primary Duties: - Fielding and directing calls on a multi-line phone - Fielding and directing faxes - Receiving and directing visitors - Replying to general information requests with accurate information - Providing administrative support tasks for Atlanta Bar staff - Set-up and break down of meetings - Maintaining safe and clean reception area - Executing mail merges and organizing mailings - Preparing and maintaining spreadsheets - Replying to and assisting members through an online membership platform
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly in Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel - Be detailed oriented - Three to five years of work experience - Must be a team player; but also work independently - Have polished verbal and written communication skills
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with work experience. Excellent benefits package.
The Atlanta Bar Association is the largest voluntary bar association in the southeast with a membership of over 6000 members from twelve counties throughout the metro Atlanta region. The Atlanta Bar has earned a national reputation for successful and innovative programs. Our mission is to promote professionalism and the fair administration of justice in our community, while also providing quality programs and benefits to our diverse membership.