How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
EECS/ECE seeks an experienced, positive, highly motivated, and organized professional to provide administrative support to the Research Area Administrator and the Education Engineering Research Program (EER), a new graduate program within the College of Engineering.
EER Administrative Support:
- Coordinate EER seminars and faculty meetings by arranging travel and accommodations for out-of-town participants, - polling for availability, securing venue, coordinating catering, drafting agendas, communicating with participants, facilitating the events etc.
- Coordinate publicity (e.g., brochures, flyers, email, social media updates) for EER events
- Assist with content development and update EER and faculty websites
- Update EER and faculty calendars
- Other administrative duties as assigned.
ECE Administrative Support:
- Assist in purchasing for faculty and students
- Reconcile faculty PCards and prepare travel, hosting and general reimbursement reports for faculty, students and guests
- Proactivity coordinate complex travel arrangements and provide comprehensive travel details including all arrangements, registrations, confirmations, directions and event schedules
- Draft and proof read documents, forms, and databases in google docs
- General office responsibilities, copying, scanning, filing, ordering supplies
- Other administrative duties as assigned
High school diploma or an equivalent; 1-2 years of administrative experience; excellent communication skills; outstanding interpersonal skills; ability to work independently once trained and as part of a team; demonstrated computer literacy in common Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Google (Gmail, Calendar, and Drive) and the ability to learn specialized software; experience working with web; ability to take direction from several different people; proven ability to prioritize tasks with conflicting deadlines, handle frequent interruptions and meet deadlines; demonstrated excellent organization skills, accuracy and attention to detail; flexibility, positive attitude and exceptional work ethic
Bachelor's degree preferred; 3+ years of experience; knowledge of University policies and procedures; experience with M-Pathways, Concur and Canvas; experience in a high paced, dynamic, working environment.
Location: EECS Bldg, North Campus
Hours: 40/week M-F 8-5
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