Project Coordinator, Auxiliary

Auxiliary Nashville


Purpose and Scope

The Auxiliary department project coordinator is an engaged and motivated member of the team, and is capable of and empowered to make a positive contribution to the growth of the ministry. With a proactive approach, the project coordinator shall plan, execute, and finalize projects according to deadlines. This includes coordinating efforts of team members and third-party consultants in order to complete projects according to plan. The project coordinator shall work with both internal and external customers to organize the various components needed to initiate and conclude major projects. Duties include coordinating schedules and activities, and tracking progress and results. The successful project coordinator will strike a balance by combining technical skills with communication skills to build a continuously improving Auxiliary department with integrity for the needs of the department and the organization’s membership.

Essential Job Functions
Perform advanced and varied administrative duties requiring first-rate administrative skills
Field calls, emails, and correspondence, and resolve routine issues/concerns
Conduct research as necessary for the completion of projects
Schedule and maintain calendar of appointments, meetings, and travel itineraries and coordinate related arrangements
Responsible for special projects where only broad direction is available for anticipated results
Effectively manage outgoing correspondence in a timely manner – email, post and telephone
Utilize standard protocol for the organization, storage and retrieval of data/information
Work collaboratively with the Support Service administrative assistant.


Assist with the development, production, approval, proofing and maintenance (including scheduled updates) of Auxiliary resources, training materials, merchandise and forms
Interface with the Communications division as it relates to the production of printed/posted Auxiliary materials
Assist with Auxiliary resources for international conventions, biennial presidents conferences, international Auxiliary cabinet meetings, and other meetings and conferences, and training opportunities
Monitor inventory of Auxiliary resources to ensure uninterrupted supply and
Attend and participate in monthly Production Meetings hosted by the Communications division


Assist in compiling and transcribing International Auxiliary Cabinet minutes (pre- and post-); and assimilate Auxiliary Book of Reports
Provide administrative assistance, as directed, to International Auxiliary Cabinet officers and International Auxiliary Cabinet Representatives
Prepare resource materials for International Auxiliary Cabinet Representatives assigned to national association conventions
Assemble International Auxiliary Cabinet Representative training manuals, as updated annually by the International Auxiliary Cabinet
Maintain electronic files for national and state convention reports


Assist with proofing/finalizing Auxiliary portion of the International Convention program
Assist with arrangements for biennial Auxiliary Presidents Conferences, as assigned
Assemble biennial Auxiliary Presidents Conference notebooks
Upload to theConnection Auxiliary papers, PPTs, and handouts following International Convention and biennial Auxiliary presidents conferences


Provide administrative support to the Manager – Auxiliary
Develop and maintain a detailed project schedule/calendar on an on-going basis
File all project/event documents (hard and soft copies)
Active engagement in departmental team meetings
Ensure coordination/interface of Auxiliary department with all other TGI departments, to include upcoming events
Assist with complementary materials for training webinars (research, PowerPoint and follow-up resources)
Ensure coordination/interfaces of all disciplines within Auxiliary department
Respond to external requests on a timely basis
Work collaboratively with Auxiliary team members to provide necessary information and forms for Auxiliary events
Assist in administering and integrating Auxiliary Five Core Programs at every level
Maintain up-to-date notebook of ministry reports (financial, etc.)
Cross-train on processing medical conventions
Handle correspondence (written or via email) concerning Auxiliary matters
Maintain and supply Auxiliary news items of national or international interest to Communications
Provide tours of TGI headquarters as scheduled
Other duties as assigned

Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Training & Development

Follow verbal and written instructions
Ability to use PC and widely-used software applications, especially Microsoft Office applications
Ability to learn new software applications as necessary
Ability to provide analytical skills
Ability to communicate effectively with manager, Auxiliary co-workers, all TGI team members, International Auxiliary Cabinet members, state Auxiliary Cabinet members, Gideon and Auxiliary camp members, and vendors

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to stand, walk, sit, talk, and hear. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision.

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred
3-5 years of administrative support experience or equivalent work experience
PC experience, especially in Microsoft Office applications
Successful completion of a drug and background screen

This Job Description is for general purposes and guidelines only and should not be considered all-inclusive. Neither does the receipt of this job description constitute an employment contract. Furthermore, it should be known that this list of job requirements is subject to change without written notice.

Employment Number #2016-142 Location/Department Auxiliary Type Full Time Role Project Coordinator, Auxiliary

Required Skills

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Proven ability to communicate effectively with internal and external customers both verbally and in writing.
The Gideons International is the result of a meeting between two men who wished to band commercial travelers together for evangelism. What began in 1908 as an Association of Christian businessmen placing Bibles in hotel rooms has evolved into an expanding mission to provide Scriptures to all people in nearly every facet of life. Today, we have taken more than 2 billion Scriptures in more than 95 languages to 200 countries, territories, and possessions across the globe. We exist as an advocate for the lost, to bring them the saving knowledge of the Word through not only placing and distributing Scriptures, but also through personal witnessing and by associating together for service. As a united force for the Gospel, we remain rooted in tradition, but we operate under the firm belief that anyone can be a valuable asset to this invaluable cause. We provide many opportunities to partner with us through either prayer or financial support. Join us, and let's spread the Good News.
Core Competencies
• Actively learns, demonstrates and fosters the organizations’ culture in all actions and words, particularly in the areas of innovation/creative thinking, mutual accountability, open communication, trust and respect • Takes personal initiative and is a positive example for others to emulate • Ability to understand the fundamental business drivers and communicate the state of business and provide strategic recommendations to management • Proven ability to keep a big-picture perspective while dealing with very detailed information • Fosters open communication and approachability • Positive and constructive attitude, marked by a willingness to tackle a job and carry it to completion • Analysis of Statistical Information • Process Management • Problem Solving • Ability to deal with ambiguity • Ability to challenge the status quo
Administrative support Project owernship, management
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Core Values
• Innovation – Creative Thinking • Mutual Accountability • Open Communications • Trust & Respect
Work Environment & Time Requirement
Climate-controlled office environment 8-hour workday Variations in work volume sometimes require extended working hours

Additional Requirements

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Eye for detailInnovativeSelf-motivatedTeam Player
3 Years Of experience

Department / Location

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The Auxiliary Department, under the Support Services Division, focuses attention on developing and strengthening Auxiliary leadership and membership through the continuous provision of tools and resources in a culture of excellence.
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