Posting Summary: The McIntire School of Commerce seeks applications for the position of Administrative Coordinator, to provide administrative support for both the Office of Undergraduate Admission and the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at the McIntire School of Commerce.
Office of Undergraduate Admission The Administrative Coordinator serves as the first point of contact for prospective Commerce student inquiries, providing excellent customer service to prospective students, visitors, McIntire faculty and staff while actively participating as a member of the Undergraduate Admissions Team. This position ensures the smooth and efficient flow of office traffic, phone calls, general customer inquiries, creation of marketing collateral, schedule and meeting management, and other daily office functions. The Admissions Coordinator supports the Director, Associate Director and Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission and the events sponsored by the Office.
Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion The Administrative Coordinator supports the work of the Associate Dean and the Diversity Advisory Committee (DAC). The Coordinator is responsible for managing DAC meetings and provides administrative support for the programs and projects of the Office and Committee. These include management, promotion and evaluation of the McIntire Faculty/Staff Ally program, COMMunity Dialogues, MLK events, orientation and training events conducted by the Office as well as external communications and the McIntire Diversity website.
Required Qualifications: Excellent written and oral communication skills, high level of accuracy and attention to detail, creativity, experience providing a high level of customer service, and commitment to diversity and inclusion are essential. Well-versed in the core MS Office suite programs, Outlook, and an intermediate user of Excel including the ability to use formulas, functions, and pivot tables. Ability to counsel and relate to and work well with students. Ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize responsibilities and work efficiently in a fast-paced team environment. Bachelor's degree and prior experience in a higher education administrative function preferred.
Overview of the McIntire Office of Undergraduate Admission As a highly-ranked upper-division program at the University, all students complete two years of undergraduate coursework where they build on a liberal arts foundation and then enroll in the B.S. in Commerce Program, where they pursue a professional business degree. The Office of Undergraduate Admission encourages and empowers students as they work toward their goals, recognizing each student's unique academic and career goals, backgrounds and talents. The Office is responsible for all facets of undergraduate recruitment and admission, including information sessions; counseling and advising prospective students; targeted recruitment; overseeing the internal and external admissions processes; and engaging with a broad constituency through multiple communication methods.
Overview of the McIntire Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion The McIntire Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) works in conjunction with all programs and areas in the McIntire School and is supported and directed by the McIntire Diversity Advisory Committee, made up of McIntire faculty and staff and chaired by the Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The goals of the Office and Committee are to affirm the value of diversity; oversee the implementation of the strategic diversity initiatives; and seek opportunities to positively engage, improve, and affect the culture and climate at McIntire.
Required Minimum Level of Education: *Degree or Equivalent Experience Required
Required Specific Degree/Training: High school diploma with at least four years of relevant experience. Bachelor's degree may substitute for years of experience.
Preferred Minimum Level of Education: *Degree Preferred
Preferred Specific Degree/Training: bachelor's degree in a related field preferred
Required Minimum Level of Experience: Some - up to 4 years
Required Specific Experience: prior experience in a higher education administrative function
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Excellent written and oral communication skills, high level of accuracy and attention to detail, creativity, experience providing a high level of customer service, and commitment to diversity and inclusion are essential. Ability to counsel and relate to and work well with students. Ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize responsibilities and work efficiently in a fast-paced team environment.
Required Computer Applications: Well-versed in the core MS Office suite programs, Outlook, and an intermediate user of Excel including the ability to use formulas, functions, and pivot tables.
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