The Executive Office Intern provides high-level administrative support to the BYU-Pathway Worldwide Executive Office. This position includes interaction with university leadership, church officers, executives, and students. He/she provides high-level customer service and professionalism to all they interact with both internally and externally. The incumbent is expected to keep up with a professional environment, the general flow of the Executive Office, and regularly changing priorities. Being teachable, perceptive, and proficient at learning are required to effectively manage the competing demands and priorities. This position is one of high visibility and often functions with documents and information that are confidential and sensitive with high importance to BYU-Pathway Worldwide.
The 2019 internship opportunities are four-month paid positions located in Salt Lake City with no benefits and no stipend for housing. The salary is $13.50 per hour. Hours are typically Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Infrequent nights and weekend work may be required during high-level events. Apply by November 16 to guarantee your application will be reviewed for the Winter 2019 (January-April) internship.
• Provide administrative support to the BYU-Pathway Worldwide Executive Office.
• Maintain a professional public image for BYU-Pathway Worldwide and for the Executive Office.
• Coordinate with the executive offices of high-level ecclesiastical, university, and business leaders.
• Work with the Travel Department to arrange domestic and international travel for the Executive Office.
• Reconcile the Executive Office’s travel expenses, ensuring accurate reimbursements.
• Work with the Church’s Global Services Center and Human Resources team to assist with onboarding new employees (phone setup, computer equipment, parking passes, etc.)
• Assist with Executive Office events such as summits, conferences, dinners, and speaking engagements.
• Write high-profile and professional correspondence and communication.
• Type and proofread correspondence, reports, manuscripts, speeches, etc. often relating to confidential, sensitive, and important BYU-Pathway Worldwide matters.
• Assist with agenda preparation for executive-level meetings.
• Receive, screen, and place phone calls for the Executive Office.
• Perform routine office duties such as typing, filing, photocopying, purchasing supplies, entering data, running errands, and scheduling rooms and appointments.
• Complete special projects including (but not limited to): performing research and data analysis, gathering information for presentations, relaying assignments, and report editing and writing.
• Gather data from multiple sources to complete reports and respond to letters and inquiries.
Paid Interns are qualified while enrolled in an educational institution.
• Minimum GPA: 3.0
• Must be a U.S. Citizen
• Desired Majors: Business, Communications, Languages and Letters, Humanities
• Previous office experience preferred
• Highly professional with mature judgment and demeanor
• Capable of complete discretion and confidentiality
• Expertise in English and grammar
• Exceptional organizational, writing, grammar, and editing skills
• Highest proficiency with written and verbal communication
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint)
• Willingness to learn and share knowledge
• Flexible and adaptable to change
• Sound judgment in decision making
• Responsible, reliable, and accountable
• Thoughtful in the details of the work, interactions, and communications
Hours are typically Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Infrequent nights and weekend work may be required during high-level events.
PAY RATE: Hourly rates starting at $13.50
Please attach your resume and cover letter at the time your application is finalized and submitted. Attachments can be either a MS Word document or a .pdf file (recommended).
Please complete each section of the application in detail; do not overlook completing the employment experience section as it requests some information not commonly found in resumes. Failure to provide requested information within the application will affect consideration of your materials.
The application includes screening questions specific to this posting. When completing your materials, please plan for sufficient time to answer the questions. Answers can be up to 1200 characters, including spaces.