Archdiocese of Chicago

Human Resources
:: Employment and Service Opportunities


Location: Archbishop Quigley Center
Department: Information Technology
Position: Administrative Assistant/Information Technology, on hold
Employee Type: Full time
Requirements: High School graduate, GED or equivalent, Secretarial Seminar training and some College courses or formal secretarial training, Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, email and Internet; dictation and transcription, filing and other general office skills. Availability to work overtime as needed.
Description: The Administrative Assistant assists the Director in the management of the Office of Information Technology. Handles details of a confidential nature. Performs administrative and secretarial services. Requires broad knowledge of departmental operations and procedures, and a high level of experience, discretion and technical skills. Operates with great latitude for independent judgment and initiative. Uses PC equipment in performing assigned tasks. Assists in daily coverage of IT assistance (Help Desk) line. Provides technical assistance via Help Desk to end users.

If you are interested in being considered for this opening, please prepare the following four documents in Microsoft Word (.doc) format.

1. A one page cover letter describing the reason(s) for your interest in the position and the Archdiocese of Chicago.
2. A resume or curriculum vitae.
3. A listing of at least three references including job title, and an email address and phone number for each.
4. And finally, your salary history.

Submit all four documents in an email attachment to . Be certain to include your name on each document. Indicate the complete title of the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email.
Incomplete submissions will not be considered.

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Your local university or community college placement office is an excellent resource if you need assistance in creating any of these documents. Thank you for your interest in the Archdiocese of Chicago.