The College of Arts & Sciences is seeking a Department Manager whose main focus will be to help support academic and program general administrative needs in the Department of Anthropology. This individual will work closely with the Chair of the Department, Director of Graduate Studies, and Director of Undergraduate Studies.
This person will ensure clerical and logistical tasks are handled appropriately. Create, use and adapt processes to streamline work flow. Will serve as an advocate for department and program faculty and contribute actively to a team of the other department manager colleagues and college staff. Successful candidates must possess a broad understanding of an academic setting and be able to effectively communicate among various personalities.
SAP, Excel, Access, Outlook, Word.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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