Provide administrative support for several undergraduate admissions and student advisors and the Director of Operations/Registrar in the Arts and Sciences Office of Admissions and Academic Advising- a fast-paced office with a large volume of student interaction. Coordinate the application process for A&S Cornell Abroad. Advise Cornell Abroad students on the admissions and credit evaluation process. Maintain the Cornell Abroad database for tracking and reporting. Coordinate, advise, and post the transfer credit for Cornell Abroad students. Assist with the editing and updating of Cornell's on-line Courses of Study catalog. Provide support for the front desk receptionist with four others; help maintain and update student academic records; work with students as well as academic departments ensuring college and university policies are enforced; process admissions decisions; maintain calendars for Advising Deans including scheduling appointments with students and support special projects.
Formal training beyond a HS Diploma of 6 months to 1 year, more than 2 years and less than 4 years experience. Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail are required. Effective written and verbal communication skills are necessary. Experience in, or ability to learn quickly, database management, student information systems and internet access and design. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word and Excel. Prefer experience with FileMaker, PeopleSoft Student and Admissions.
Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate has been selected. Interviews will begin by mid-August. To be considered, please submit both cover letter and resume.
Visa sponsorship is unavailable for this position. Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.
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