This position works in a fast-paced student services office to support the undergraduate program, which includes the administrative support of MAE student project teams. This position requires strong customer service and clerical skills and will be responsible for data entry; answering inquiries; editing and proofing documents; communicating with students, faculty, and university offices; maintaining student files, updating and maintaining websites, and assisting with departmental special projects. Responsibilities also include word processing, scheduling meetings, event planning, travel arrangements and reimbursement processing, preparation of spreadsheets, creating and utilizing FileMaker Pro databases, transcribing minutes and other related duties.
Formal training beyond HS of 6 months-1 year with 2-4 years experience or equivalent combination. Candidates should have general office experience, solid writing skills, and strong computer skills with proficient, working knowledge of Excel, Word, and FileMaker Pro. Excellent organization and communication skills and the ability to multi-task are also required. Exceptional customer service, positive attitude, and proactive work style must be priorities of the candidate. Professionalism and confidentiality is essential to this position.
Bachelor's Degree with previous experience providing administrative or student services support in an academic environment.
Typically lifts less than 10 pounds or less
Close visual concentration
Limited exposure to hazards
University Job Title:
Student Services Asst IV
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