Assist the Director and Associate Director in daily activities and administrative aspects of graduate students’ work at the center.
Ensure the professional, orderly and smooth functioning of an extremely busy program reception office
Keep track of data/filing databases system
Daily administrative operations of the center.
Meet deadlines and keep up with office functions in a rapidly paced, pleasant, energetic organizational environment.
Provide outstanding customer service and participate in inter-office work teams.
Other duties as assigned and pertains to office management.
Bachelors degree or three experience in community-mental health settings.
Managerial skills such as planning, anticipating, organizing, and troubleshooting to accomplish goals.
Working knowledge of computers, Microsoft Office, Excel, and web maintenance
Strong ability to multitask and prioritize assignments; attention to details.
Excellent oral and written communication
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills;
Ability to work well in a team environment.
Excellent judgment, flexibility, professional maturity, high level of courtesy and willingness to make the extra effort required in a busy highly visible environment.
Internal Number: 506019
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