Undergraduate Clerical Assistant
Serves as primary contact for the Philosophy Department. Responsibilities of the position include staffing the department’s front desk, which includes greeting faculty, students, and other visitors to the department, serving as phone receptionist by fielding calls and questions, and directing callers and visitors to appropriate faculty and/or campus offices. Serves as undergraduate clerical assistant by maintaining undergraduate files, serving as undergraduate liaison with Registrar's office and assisting the department’s Director of Undergraduate Studies on Banner related transactions. Assists the department Head in course scheduling, serving as departmental liaison with the Registrar’s office schedulers. Enters all wage employees hours worked in the TimeClock system. Completes teaching load reports. Processes all forms for undergraduate and graduate independent study, force adds, course substitutions, and adding majors/minors. Reminds faculty of need to timely submit book orders, and to timely submit midterm and final grades. Orders textbook desk copies and office supplies. Assists departmental Administrative Assistant/Office Manager, as needed by entering Banner transactions, reviewing management reports, and as backup to the Administrative Assistant/Office Manager in that person's absence.
Administrative support experience in an academic or professional office setting; considerable knowledge of office practices and procedures with demonstrated skill in word processing, data entry, and email; experience with software such as Microsoft Office; strong customer service and organizational skills, the ability to use independent judgment.
Clerical experience in an academic environment; experience with large relational databases such as Banner.
Commensurate with experiencce
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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