EAI is seeking an experienced Office Manager. The person in this position will be an integral part of the EAI team responsible for managing administrative functions in the office. This position blends strong client service skills with bookkeeping and human resources acumen.
Duties and Responsibilities
Typing, filing, photocopying, sorting and distribution of mail, and answering the phones.
Working closely with the President to prepare collateral and draft professional correspondence for future and existing accounts.
Maintaining regular Client contact, and in many cases, serving as the first point of contact to EAI on a day-to-day basis.
Assisting in the preparation of invoices and tracking EAI’s accounts receivable and payable.
Supporting EAI staff and associates both in and outside the office.
Developing and distributing contracts and work agreements.
Making travel plans for all staff and associates.
Being available to help with any proposal-or project-specific tasks from time to time, which primarily includes editing and proofing.
Being primarily responsible for generating payroll (via an external accounting service) for staff and payment for associates and contractors.
Being primarily responsible for processing all insurance renewals.
Ensuring governmental compliance, whether by completing required forms or registering EAI as a vendor on various websites.
Managing all compliance regarding insurance, licensing, and taxes.
Processing Association memberships and registering associates to attend conferences.
Coordinating shipment/receiving of all packages.
Providing clear, transparent documentation so that at any point, others can understand and further any, or all, of the above activities.
Business accounting literacy, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and processing year-end reports.
Experience managing multiple projects and initiatives simultaneously with varying deadlines and priorities.
Experience managing travel and coordinating calendars for onsite and offsite associates.
Experience working as part of a creative project team, effectively maintaining open lines of communication.
Being a team player with a high attention to detail and high-quality standards.
Excellent editing and proofreading skills.
Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
Ability to thrive in a flexible/dynamic work environment.
Ability to work collaboratively in a creative team.
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects.
Ability to prioritize and manage time, and meet budgets.
Technical capability including, but not limited to QuickBooks and Microsoft Office Suite of software.
Ability to exhibit the highest levels of professional conduct and comply with all Company policies and directives and all laws applicable to the performance of duties associated with this position
Required Education and Experience
BA/BS/BFA or higher degree.
At least five years’ experience in administrative positions requiring administrative, accounting, bookkeeping, or office management skills.
Preferred Education and Experience
Work experience in museum, design firms, and/or other art related positions.
Experience managing multiple projects simultaneously and developing processes for efficiency.
Project Management skills.
Submit the following materials to Cary@eisterhold.com
Curriculum vitae or resume
Letter of interest citing qualifications
Completed Employment Application
Eisterhold Associates, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law