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Posted: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 9:39 AM

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Office Coordinator
Cratejoy - Austin, TX

We're hiring an Office Coordinator to join our growing team at Cratejoy. We're looking to bring on a logistical guru who is responsive, organized, proactive, and can work within a budget.

For this role, you will be working closely with the Executive Assistant but expected to own all things facilities. This will include purchasing equipment, stocking our unlimited office snacks, and keeping our office Cratejoy quality.

Cratejoy is a high growth startup with significant venture funding. This is a unique opportunity for the right person to take a meaningful company all the way.

The Work

Work with the current office owner to maintain facilities and coordinate parking.
Coordinate office visitors, our limited meeting spaces, and make sure we are fully stocked with food.
Assist with employee engagement by helping to plan company events, order Cratejoy swag, and call out birthdays/anniversaries.
Provide tech support as needed.
Whatever it takes - You can't be too concerned with what is "your job" - we need someone who will do whatever it takes.

What does it take to get this job

3 years of experience as an Office Coordinator OR a bachelor's degree and 1 year of experience in a similar role.
Must have some event planning experience.
Self-starter and strong communication skills, who isn't afraid to push back when needed.
Extreme organization and proven ability to stay on top of checklists and budgets.

Perks

Equity
401k, Health Care
Open Vacation policy
Wellness program
Catered meals

Who we want to work with

We want to work with people who want to work at Cratejoy, not just people who are looking for their next job. They specifically have sought out Cratejoy, they understand what our company does and they feel some sort of affinity with the mission. They are hungry for knowledge and are looking to be challenged in new ways, perhaps they even aspire to start their own business one day - or maybe they already have and now they want to know how to start a high impact business next time. They obviously care about compensation but they aren’t just looking for the next higher title and a little pay bump from their current job. They are leaving their current company after making some sort of impact, rather than because they just seem to leave jobs every 18 months once they realize it wasn’t as exciting as they thought it would be.

They seem to be aware of who they are as a person, including their own weaknesses, and want the sort of direct feedback and coaching it takes to grow their skillset, into a better team member, and even into a better person. In general people they worked with in the past would say that they are the type of person that “seems to make everything a little bit better” and that adding them to any conversation made the conversation more interesting, rather than more frustrating.

They respect their peers and want to learn more from those around them, and they give people the benefit of the doubt. They don’t rush to condemn people and they don’t quietly judge, they seek to help their peers be their best. They don’t like to assign blame, but if they were to assign blame they’d be just as likely to assign it to themselves as anyone else.

They are hard working when they have a mission, but they aren’t just aimlessly working tons of hours for no particular reason. They care a lot about what it is that they are doing, and they don’t just blindly follow direction. They want and need to understand how their work connects with the mission of the company and once they do they take it on as their own mission in life. When looking to solve problems they are willing to go outside themselves, but only after doing the diligence necessary. They don’t like to waste anyone's time - least of all their own.
They are quick to admit mistakes, and they don’t let ego leave them on the wrong side of an issue for very long (or very often). In their area of primary skillset they are very strong in it. They may have other weaknesses, which is okay as long as they are aware of them, but there is at least one or two things at which they are indisputably A+.

• Location: Austin

• Post ID: 26842492 centraltexas
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