The Administrative Associate III, under general supervision, provides complex administrative support work. Responsibilities: -GREETS: Greets visitors, answers and screens calls, provides information and referrals, and schedules appointments. Receives, sorts, and routes mail and performs other mail services. -RESEARCHES: Researches and analyzes administrative requirements for specific programs or projects. Provides technical information regarding administrative procedures, services, or programs. May perform mail services. -APPLIES: Applies, interprets, and communicates policies and procedures and serves as a resource for answering questions regarding policies. -MAINTAINS: Maintains a variety of fiscal, administrative, and academic records. Posts information to agency records and modifies forms or records. Verifies, processes, and reviews forms, reports, and other documents. -MAKES: Makes arrangements for meetings, appointments, conferences, and travel. May set up meetings, seminars, and other special events to include facilities, equipment, and food. -MAINTAINS: Maintains office supplies and equipment. Maintains office reference materials including online office materials. May deliver, pick up, or receive cash payments, documents, supplies, equipment, or materials. -MAY: May coordinates activities and assign work to student workers and support staff. May participate in the hiring training, and supervision of student workers and other support staff. -CONTROLS: Controls all media devices for faculty including check out and check in. -PERFORMS: Performs word processing, desktop publishing, presentation, and data management activities, and assists staff with the use of these applications. Composes correspondence, reports, publications, and presentations, including editing and proofreading. Creates and maintains spreadsheets and databases. Education and Experience: -High School diploma or GED. PREFERRED: Degree Preferred. -Plus three years of related experience. PERFERRED: Administrative support experience in higher education. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: -Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others. Ability to work with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality. PREFERRED: Knowledge of and experience with Famis, Cascade and Banner.
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