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Business Office Administrative Assistant

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Business Office - Northbrook, IL
Full Time
High School
Admin - Clerical


Position: Business Office Administrative Assistant

Location: 610 Academy Drive

Supervisor: Director of Operations

Wage Range: $40,000 - $45,000 annually

FLSA Classification: Non-exempt / Full-time



The Business Office Administrative Assistant will provide support to managers and employees, assisting in daily office needs, and some organization-wide responsibilities.



  • Greet and create a welcoming atmosphere for employees, participants and guests in the Business office
  • Maintain a positive attitude with customer service at the forefront at all times
  • Build and maintain relationships with the staff, including the administrative team
  • Answer main Keshet phones and manage voicemail
  • Process and distribute faxes and email
  • Organize purchasing for Business office, including kitchen and office supplies
  • Maintain cleanliness and orderliness of Business Office
  • Manage prep for meetings and events
  • Maintain office equipment, including postage machine, copier, etc.
  • Manage business office attendance and calendar, schedule changes, scheduling conference room, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned to support the Operations, Development and HR departments



  • High School Diploma

  • Two years of experience as an administrative assistant or some college

  • Computer proficiency (Microsoft Office, Google Suite, etc.)

  • A valid Drivers license

  • Strong communication, organizational and planning skills

  • Ability to multitask, work independently and take initiative to complete tasks

  • About Keshet

    From its core programs for children and adults with intellectual challenges in the Chicago area, to its international consulting work, Keshet serves over 1,000 individuals with disabilities and touches the lives of many more family members, peers, supporters, and other stakeholders around the globe. Keshet’s local leadership, comprised of nearly 100 lay leaders from all walks of life, provide the inspiration, direction, and funding required to fulfill the organization’s mission: to do whatever is necessary to allow individuals with disabilities to achieve their potential.