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Executive Assistant DTS-Washington, D.C.

Department: DTS -Washington, D.C. Campus


Hours: 15 hours per week


The DTS-DC executive assistant will function as a communication hub on behalf of the DTS-DC staff, providing administrative coverage for scheduling appointments and meetings, coordinating classrooms, and other campus logistics. The executive assistant will also participate in Team DC meetings as able.


The successful candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree, excellent organizational acumen with ability to plan and manage fine details, excellent relationship skills, and professional communication skills. They must also be a good team player, be available to assist with various departmental needs, have an enthusiasm about DTS, and be able to work irregular hours (evenings/weekends, as duties require, tele-commute). It is desired that they have a positive personality, previous administrative experience, faithfulness and dependability, be at least a 2nd year DTS student or alumnus/ae, have computer experience, be self-motivated, be familiar with planning travel logistics and tracking expenses, and type at least 45-50 wpm. A cell phone with a local area code, printer, copier, and computer access are required for this position.

A minimum two-year commitment is requested. Employment is contingent on the results of a background check at the point of hire. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources.


  • Campus Scheduling: cross-departmental coordination and communication involving Classrooms, Special Events (including Alumni and external events), and Student Events
  • Update prayer requests of DTS-DC students/staff/faculty and the timely communication of these with the Dean and the Assistant Director
  • Build and train volunteer pool, leveraging their passion and gifts to represent DTS-DC at external events
  • Provide back-up hospitality assistance for off-site and on-campus activities as needed
  • Provide administrative support for the Dean and Assistant Director: including but not limited to calendar and credit card reconciliation management, and communications (outgoing and follow-up) with constituents as needed
  • Observe, identify, and recommend changes toward achieving operational excellence for the long-term sustainability of DTS-DC
  • Provide administrative assistance with class sessions, special events, and with setting up rooms for class/events; servicing staff/professors with basic tasks while on-site
  • Special projects as assigned by the Dean and Assistant Director

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