Office Manager/Receptionist
at Lutheran Social Services of Illinois

Date Posted: 5/31/2017

Job Description

Office manager is to provide administrative support to the program director and all staff. Provides supervision to assigned staff. Duties include, but are not limited to the following: answering phones, screen calls/take messages, greeting walk-ins, scheduling appointments, prepare and submit vouchers and invoices to the business office, payroll/distribute and collection of timecards, track/coordinate systems in place, data entry, maintain office supplies, building and equipment according to program needs, typing, copying, data entry, mailing, filing, receive and distribute mail, maintain phone listings and other duties for report and data gathering/entry, training for staff development, or other needed areas.

Must be able to work in a fast paced environment; ability to comfortably multitask; pay attention to detail; comprehend and follow instruction; perform assigned tasks and meet deadlines; maintain appropriate work space; perform complex or varied tasks.

 Lutheran Social Services of Illinois is an EOE.

Job Requirements

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in field related to position responsibilities. 1-3 years’ experience in administrative position required. Background check clearance required. Valid Illinois driver’s license and proof of automobile liability insurance may be required.  Ability to communicate in a clear, comprehensible manner both verbally and in writing. Demonstrate organizational and leadership skills. Must have experience with Microsoft Word and computer skills.

Office manager/receptionist is the first person visitors and clients see or talk to at the office. Must be friendly, respectful and professional. 

Key Words: Social Services, Human Services, Child and Family Services, Personal Care, Medical Health Services, Nursing, Family Therapists, Mental Health, Rehabilitation Services, Child and Youth Services, Services for Elderly, Services for Disabilities, Vocational Rehabilitation, Case Manager, Volunteer, Program Coordinator, Resident Assistance, Program Assistant, Community Support Specialists, Service Coordinator, Manager, Not for Profit, NonProfit, NFP.

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About Us

Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI) is a not-for-profit social services agency of the three Illinois synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). It serves people of all faiths and all walks of life, including children, families and adults of all ages. Throughout the state, Lutheran Social Services of Illinois touches the lives of tens of thousands of people each year, serving people of all ages, races, religious and economic circumstances.

Whether you are an experienced professional in nursing or child welfare, a recent college grad, reentering the workforce or just starting out, consider a career with LSSI. We serve people in need with over eighty offices throughout the state of Illinois. Be a part of our team- and start making a difference by helping to bring healing, justice and wholeness to people in need.

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