Provide a full range of administrative support to students, faculty, and staff in an high-volume, student-centric environment
Support faculty and staff of the department in HR matters, including Workday, Payroll, Appointment and Adjunct letters, maintain Faculty personnel files)
Support faculty and staff of the department in travel and purchasing requests, including Concur, travel arrangements for faculty and guest speakers, student travel requests using TABER forms, reconciling PCard statements for Department Chair, and purchasing requests through Kuali
Liaison with accounts payable and payroll offices and support faculty with any School related activities
Support students in the Department: assistantship letters, timecards, and Senior Design activities such as ordering and reconciliation of expenses.
Oversee the order of textbooks and desk copies for all courses offered by the ME Department
Work closely with University administrative staff (e.g., physical plant, catering) to facilitate all elements of departmental operations, including classrooms and labs
Provide full support (e.g., scheduling, coordinating food logistics, etc.) for meetings and events of the department, including External Advisory Board meeting, Holiday Party, Freshmen Orientation, Department meetings, etc.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as requested.
Position requires a college degree or equivalent administrative professional experience
Demonstrated success in handling varied, multiple and competing priorities in a high volume office with a pleasant and cheerful demeanor focusing on student-centricity
Ability to set priorities
Ability to function effectively in a team-based environment
Ability to take initiative, self-motivate and function autonomously
Excellent judgment, problem solving, and data gathering skills.
Strong interpersonal skills with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Accuracy and ability to focus attention to detail.
Excellent computer skills, especially in word processing (Word), Power Point, Excel, Access, and familiarity with scheduling software.
Capacity to communicate effectively within a strong customer service framework to all department stakeholders, including students, faculty, and staff
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In order to be considered a candidate for any job at Stevens, you must submit an online application. Please attach a cover letter and resume with each application. Other requirements for consideration may depend on the job.
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