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Office Administrator

Office Administrator
Do you have a passion for improving the systems that support at-risk adolescents?   Are you curious about the inner workings of the juvenile justice system?  The Savio Management Group (SMG) directly supports the agencies that provide services and supervision to at-risk teens. 


Responsibilities:

  • Learn and master our proprietary database systems;
  • Office support for our SMG team members in all daily tasks;
  • Provide excellent customer service and basic technology support for our users;
  • Process monthly billings;
  • Conduct data entry and provide input into database design;
  • Gather and communicate user feedback for system improvements;
  • Provide support to our database users across the juvenile justice system in Colorado.
  • To learn more about Savio Management Group, visit our website at www.saviogroup.org

 

COME GROW WITH SAVIO!

We offer a fun and challenging work environment, an opportunity to impact the quality of life for youth and families in Colorado, competitive salaries and excellent benefits, including:

8 Paid Holidays

Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance and Flexible Spending Account

Paid Sick and Vacation Time after six months
To learn more about our benefits, click the following link. http://www.saviohouse.org/employment/benefits/

 

Qualifications:

Must be 21 years or older;
Must have some college or an associated degree; Preferred Bachelors in Criminal Justice or Human Service field;
Preferred experience in helpdesk & software support or training;
Strong customer service & Communication abilities;
Applicants must be able to successfully pass a full criminal background check, &
Have a current valid driver's license with a good motor vehicle record.

 

For additional information about Savio and to submit your resume, please visit www.saviohouse.org

 

In addition to applying directly at wwww.saviohouse.org, you may mail or drop off an application to:

Savio House
325 King St.
Denver, CO 80219

 

Savio is an EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability/LGBTQ employer.  Savio conducts a full background and drug screen for all new employees.

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