ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II, Global Education and Career Development Center (GECD), to perform complex and diverse duties in support of prehealth advising. Will work as part of a team providing administrative support to various constituencies; serve as the primary point of contact to student and alumni applicants, staff, and faculty, explaining administrative procedures and policies; provide support to the presidentially-appointed Committee on Prehealth Advising, comprised of MIT faculty; coordinate meetings and schedule appointments; and provide information and referral services with accuracy, courtesy, and timeliness. Another key function will be to coordinate the Prehealth Credential Service, which includes reviewing and compiling applicants' supporting materials and timely and accurate submission to application services, schools, and programs.
REQUIRED: three years of administrative, office, or related experience; proficiency with Microsoft Office and Outlook; basic knowledge of or willingness to learn database software; excellent oral and written communication skills; strong organizational skills; ability to prioritize multiple tasks, work as part of a team, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment; meticulous attention to detail; the desire to take ownership of new tasks and implement changes to enhance workflow; and experience managing the tasks associated with complex information systems and databases. Experience in an academic setting and working with a highly focused and challenging student population desirable. Website experience and knowledge of Drupal is preferred. A bachelor's degree is preferred. Job #14918-5
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