Serves as a point of contact for faculty, staff, students and visitors; provides administrative support to faculty and staff; maintains conference room meeting calendars; schedules appointments and provides responsive customer service by greeting guests, answering phone, and responding to inquiries; assists Plumb Hall faculty with travel arrangements for guests/lecturers and recruiting visits; serves as backup for processing travel requests and reimbursements; assists with mail distribution and mailbox assignments for Animal Sciences faculty/staff/students located in Plumb Hall; orders and maintains office supplies; supervises student employees; maintains internship filing cabinet, informational sheets and enrollment forms; keeps the student Success Center clean and organized; supports advising scholarship and recruitment coordinators in managing databases and mass mailings; assists in coordinating departmental banquets and events; manages a department p-card; assists faculty in Plumb Hall with collection and organization of academic program information; serves as Building Coordinator for Plumb Hall; schedules bio hazard waste pickup; manages department asset inventory in Columbus, Ohio; other duties as assigned.
Six months of experience (600 hours of training) using computers to generate a variety of materials ranging from basic to complex; six months of experience (600 hours of course work) in office practices and procedures; six months of experience (600 hours of course work) in customer service.
Target Salary: $14.43 - $18.78 Hourly
Job Category: Civil Service
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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