The part-time Administrative Analyst holds a key position within the Office of Residence Life. This position is paid on an hourly basis and works an 18-hour work week, not to exceed 999 hours per year.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
â€¢Works directly with the Director of Residential Operations for Housing/Occupancy â€¢Ensures that all paperwork related to the running of the office are up to date â€¢Provides technical and backup support regarding summer assignments â€¢Manages health and safety notifications and chairs the Health and Safety committee inclusive of process review and response of appeals â€¢Create, update and review marketing materials to increase awareness of departmental resources â€¢Responsible for all updates related to Dining Contracts, Move In Brochure, and other publications including the Living Factor â€¢Helps to coordinate all information related to the annual spring room selection process â€¢Coordinates large scale presentations and informational sessions for the annual room selection process and assists in testing the automation of all assignment-related processes â€¢Perform statistical analysis to assist in the creation of housing rates and the occupancy projection process â€¢Create, collect, assess, and analyze housing surveys to better predict retention and housing trends â€¢Review current university and fire safety policies to ensure appropriate updates are made to the Housing contract and Living Factor publication â€¢Responsible for departmental website instructional videos
This is an on-site position; work for this role is performed on campus.
Internal Number: 897245-21
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