Job Opening: Student Office/Project Assistant
We are currently accepting applications for a student office/project assistant!
Student Office/Project Assistant: Job Description
Provides student office/project support for the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy’s Native Nations Institute (NNI). Total number of hours to be worked per week will be between 15-20 hours per week, Monday to Friday. NNI operates its programs year-round, so there may be the possibility for additional hours during normal UA closure periods.
- Assists NNI support staff with clerical and business tasks such as: photocopying, printing, scanning, answering phone lines, transposing documents, etc.
- Maintains calendar(s) for NNI staff
- Prepares financial documents (travel authorizations and travel expense reports for NNI staff)
- Manages and updates NNI database(s)
- Utilizes specific Web applications such as: PowerPoint, Prezi, Skype, Dropbox, Box, and other work collaboration programs
- Assists in event planning and preparation including but not limited to assembling, editing documents and reproduction of presentation or event materials such as handouts, booklets or portfolios, table tents, name tags, etc.
- Prepares and mails participant certificates
- Delivers documents to various campus departments
- Performs other tasks as may be assigned by support staff or the Executive Director
THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT WILL DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING QUALITIES:
- An interest in and respect for the unique multicultural environment at UA
- Skills in developing and maintaining good working relationships and ability to interact effectively with a diverse array of individuals and groups
- Knowledge of basic clerical duties
- Skills in the operation of a variety of office equipment including computers, scanner/copiers, and multiline telephone
- Knowledge of MacOS and Microsoft Office Suite
- Ability to multi-task, manage time appropriately, and prioritize tasks
- Ability to problem-solve and work independently given departmental policies and guidelines; attentive to detail
- Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to correspond professionally with UA personnel
- Integrity, punctuality, and dependability
- Willingness to be trained on and learn about UA travel policies and procedures and systems
Arizona Board of Regents Minimum Qualifications
Current undergraduate student
UNDERGRADUATE WORK STUDY PREFERRED BUT NON-WORK STUDY WILL BE CONSIDERED
How to Apply
SUBMIT RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO MONA NOZHACKUM:
Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
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