Company: Freese and Nichols, Inc.
Freese and Nichols, Inc. is currently searching for an Organizational Development Assistant to Coordinates, organizes and provides support to the work activities of the Organizational Development Department and Freese and Nichols University (FNU). The position is located in our Fort Worth, Texas office. High School Diploma plus 3 years administrative or training related experience. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
The preferred candidate will be responsible for providing support to the Organizational Development Manager and Organizational Development Specialist. Schedule classes, assemble course materials, and ensure coordination with instructor(s), to include several office sites. Assist in editing and producing course materials. Communicate upcoming classes to employees on a regular basis. Maintain FNU website and Outlook calendar, coordinating it with the calendars of the Organizational Manager and Organizational Development Specialist. Reserve and set up rooms and equipment for all FNU classes (includes moving tables and chairs, carrying and setting up flipchart easels, etc.); arrange for food for classes. Perform data entry, such as entering course descriptions and data into the FNU system. Produce all necessary materials for FNU classes (e.g., evaluation sheets, rosters, and certificates). Assist in the design and development of FNU brochures. Set up videoconference system and record classes; assist in the use editing software to edit videos of recorded classes. Perform all administrative and coordination tasks for new employee orientation. Assist with facilitation and training, as appropriate. Provide research on vendor options, (e.g., courses, content, prices, etc.), webinars, papers on best practices or new ideas for classroom/e-course delivery. Answer incoming calls/emails, take reliable messages and route to appropriate staff; respond to questions, requests and issues that fall within the level of responsibility. Maintain inventories of supplies and materials; order supplies as needed. Perform special projects and other related duties as assigned.
Qualified candidates must have strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills; ability to interact professionally with internal and external clients at all levels of the organization, consistently showing courteous, cooperative, and helpful behavior. Strong skills in using personal computer and software to develop spreadsheets, databases, PowerPoint presentations, word processing and video editing; proficient keyboarding. Ability to consistently show energy and enthusiasm for the job, take initiative, and show positive behavior about the work to be done. Ability to handle multiple projects while ensuring task accuracy, precision, completeness. Excellent verbal and writing and skills (i.e., English language usage, grammar, spelling and punctuation). Aptitude for learning new technology, such as video editing software, and video conference system.
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