1) Serve as administrative liaison with on-campus partners, including the Summer Quarter Programs, Career Advancement, Center for Research and Fellowships, Registrar, and others
2) Plan, schedule, oversee, and evaluate co-curricular programs, working independently to follow-through on program priorities and strategies
3) Develop and implement strategies to build awareness and promote academic programs and research opportunities among students, counselors, and other student services staff; maintain websites; foster a strong sense of student community
4) Develop positive and active working relationships with internal and external constituents to create synergies across departments related to programming, student affairs, and other matters of common interest
5) Contribute best-practices in program design for effective student engagement; lead agendas with faculty program chairs
1) Excellent organization, communication, and interpersonal skills
2) Demonstrated flexibility and adaptability to changing demands and pace of work
3) Attention to detail, ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
4) Ability to work effectively on teams and independently
5) Ability to translate strategic goals into practice
1) Bachelorâ™s degree with minimum five years of administrative experience in academic affairs or student affairs
2) Experience with standard productivity software (MS Word, Excel, email), presentation software, and internet database/workflow tools required; experience with registrar and student database systems
2) Cover letter
3) Contact information for references
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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