Administrator Job Description
Central Wisconsin State Fair was founded in 1903 with
to provide the City of Marshfield, Wood County, and Central Wisconsin
with a regional
fair that both educates and entertains the public.
more information about
the clear direction of the Executive Director, the Office
Administrator will serve on the leadership Team of the CWSF to
provide administrative oversight and support. The fair aims to
provide an educational, entertaining, and family-friendly event every
August while also supporting groups to provide a space to hold
various other events throughout the year. Duties will include
general office operations, social media and website management, and
of Oversight and Operational Responsibilities
as the first point of contact for all clients at the CWSF
and distribute correspondence
and implements office policies by establishing standards and
procedures; maintaining organized records; measuring results
against standards; making necessary adjustments.
to oversee and manage winter storage rentals, non-fair event
contracts, and fair contracts and scheduling.
Functions and Duties
with Executive Director for the sponsor program, annual campaigns,
and any new concepts
and send acknowledgments for all donations in a timely fashion
as the contact for the fair associations key events and any new
and works closely with management and Box Office
to produce and promote ticket sales prior
to and during the fair.
the Central Wisconsin
& social media pages.
point of contact with clients to determine the right space based on
building rental contracts and event information forms
master calendar for the facility with weekly updates
all policies and procedures concerning the campground; including
managing camping reservations
**The duties and responsibilities described above are not a comprehensive
list. Additional tasks may be assigned from time to time as the
scope of the job may change as necessitated by business demands.
in secretarial or office administration
organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritize
work are required.
to details, excellent communication skills and problem-solving
skills are a must.
be willing to familiarize themselves with nonprofit management
judgment and creative problem-solving skills including negotiation
and conflict resolution skills
conviction to work in a team setting with diverse groups of people
good problem solver results-oriented
flexible, collaborative, and proactive; a team leader who can
positively and productively impact both strategic and tactical
finance and administration initiatives
based on experience
send resumes to
or 513 E 17th
Street Marshfield, WI 54449 or call for an appointment at
Past employees are required to fill out a new application every year.