How to Apply
NOTE: This is a temporary position that begins mid-September and ends in February 2019. The schedule will be M - F; 8 am to 5 pm and will include some Saturdays and other potential overtime opportunities.
To be considered for this position, candidates must include a cover letter specifying the shift in which they are interested in addition to their interest in and qualifications for this position. The cover letter should be the first page of your resume and uploaded as one document.
The Processing departinment in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is looking for qualified individuals to process and record receipt of supporting documents for 65,000+ undergraduate applications (freshman and transfer) into the database in a timely and efficient manner. Also, this position will provide general office support to other processing areas.
Under the general supervision of the Document Management Senior Supervisor and Data Control Supervisor:
- Perform general data entry, document management, imaging and clerical functions relative to undergraduate admissions and transfer credit evaluation with 95%, or higher, accuracy using multiple document formats and M-Pathways student module information system.
- Code, interpret and enter moderately complex data for prospective, admitted, enrolling, and current UM undergraduate students.
- Make decisions related to the appropriate routing of materials and relative information requiring consideration of multiple variables.
- Provide general office support to other processing areas.
High school diploma with some college level courses; data entry experience with 40-45 wpm accurate keyboarding skills. Ability to pass a standard math test with a score of 70% or better. Familiarity/experience with using Windows-based computer programs; proficient and comfortable with working independently on computers and with a variety of applications. Basic knowledge and proficiency of MS Access. Strong working knowledge of spreadsheets and querying software. Demonstrated maturity and ability to make decisions regarding handling procedures for applications and related materials; ability to work independently and to interact with administrative staff, managers, students, parents and other internal and external customers. Reliable and detail oriented.
Associates or bachelors degree; UM M-Pathways experience with the CSPROD student module, Business Objects querying software and Imaging Systems. Knowledge of University policies and procedures. Some knowledge of USPS and general mailing practices.
U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.