Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 2 , Corporate Relations (OCR) , to provide administrative support to multiple program directors (PDs) under minimal supervision. The duties performed will be in direct support of and serve to facilitate the major activities of the PDs, including visits in, visits out, executive briefings, video conferences, teleconferences, and the preparation of and follow-up on these activities. Specific duties and priorities vary among PDs. Will also perform complex and diverse duties in support of Corporate Relations, including working with established systems, databases, and other systems of communication, reporting, and accepted office policies; anticipate and initiate actions regarding office operations that require knowledge of the Institute, other departments, and accepted OCR operations; and work cooperatively within a team of administrative assistants. This position will also have significant reception/front desk responsibilities.
REQUIRED : a high school diploma; at least three years' direct/related experience in a business office setting; strong communication and organizational skills; ability to work under deadline pressure and manage multiple priorities; and good judgment and tact. Seek a detail-oriented professional who welcomes the variety of work, new challenges, and continual expansion of the job description required of this position. Must also be ready to interact effectively with a variety of stakeholders. Advanced-level proficiency with MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) and Macintosh computer systems highly preferred. Post high school education is also preferred. Job #17766-5
Internal Number: 17766
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