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 , Mathematics-Academic Services Office (MAS) , to join a four-person team that works under the supervision of the academic officer. Will manage undergraduate grader/tutor/assistant hiring each semester and administer payroll, applying MIT financial review and control guidelines, including monitoring salary caps, reconciling student DINDIs monthly, and keeping track of pay rates; administer the graduate student teacher training program; coordinate the Course Evaluation Guide (CEG) process each term, assisting students and faculty with the process; act as departmental textbook coordinator; and serve as departmental IAP (Independent Activities Period) administrator. In addition, will assist with the coordination of MAS-managed events such as orientation and registration day meetings and open houses for prospective undergraduates and graduate students; share responsibility for answering phone, email, and walk-in inquiries from current and prospective MIT faculty, staff, and students and visitors and those from other offices at MIT; work with the department webmaster to keep the undergraduate information on the department website current; and work on special projects as requested.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : high school diploma or its equivalent, three years' office experience, proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), ability and willingness to learn new software, excellent verbal and written communication skills, proactive approach to workload and workflow, initiative, and the ability to both work as part of a team and to independently to solve problems with minimal supervision. Job #19693-5
Internal Number: 19693
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