How to Apply
Please include a resume with your application (cover letter optional). You may be contacted for additional screening such as computer testing, interviewing and reference checking in order to be considered for such positions. If screening is required, our office will contact you directly. Please do no contact our department to schedule the screening unless you have been contacted by a representative from Temporary Staffing Services.
Perform administrative work in an academic, research, or business unit; coordinate the use of facilities, services, or equipment; assist in accounting, budgeting, and related fiscal activities; maintain and reconcile detailed budgets; monitor account expenditures; prepare time and room schedules; set up and coordinate meetings and conferences; prepare agendas and make arrangements for committee meetings; represent the department in administrative matters and attend staff meetings; compile interpretative reports; supervise the work of clerical assistants. Other Administrative duties as assigned.
At least one year of experience in general office responsibilities and procedures is desirable. Knowledge of principles and practices of basic office management and organization. Demonstrated ability to pay strict attention to detail with excellent organizational skills. Demonstrated professional level of interpersonal skills. Comfortable with Microsoft Office programs.
Positions may be located at either the Health System or Ann Arbor Campus.
Temporary Staffing Services currently has a high demand for administrative assistants in a variety of departments. Applying for this position will place you in a general temporary pool of candidates with the University's Temporary Staffing Services office for future consideration as positions become available at the Ann Arbor campus and Health System. Temporary employment may be full or part time, but in either case is limited in duration. Some temporary positions may be eligible for health benefits.
To find out more about Temporary Staffing Services, please visit: www.hr.umich.edu/temps .
University of Michigan conducts background screening (including pre-employment drug testing and health screening at the Health System) on job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent job offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background screenings. Background screenings are performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Report Act.
U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.