| Student and Campus Life (SCL), encompasses everything a student might do outside of the classroom. This includes sports, recreation, health, wellness, housing, dining, Greek life, public service, career service, and many more. |
As part of the SCL group, Residential & Event Services (RES) provides a wide array of services to students, families, faculty, staff, alumni, conference guests, and visitors to the Cornell campus. The Scheduling Coordinator plays a key role in providing a broad range of clerical and administrative functions in support of the Residential and Event Services Team.
The Scheduling Coordinator, will handle a variety of detailed and complex information for the functional unit, and must be able to use a variety of complex computer systems. Will be responsible for receiving payments for Conference Services, Graduate Housing, Dining, and room/table rental fees as well as provide information to customers regarding the services of the functional area regarding conferences, meal plans, on campus housing, commencement housing, room scheduling information and card access information.
This role will serve as the initial point of contact in a fast paced office environment that serves a variety of clients including students, parents, staff, faculty, alumni and guests within the Cornell community and beyond. This position will respond, in detail, to complex telephone and/or e-mail communications for the housing and dining e-mail accounts. Must be able to provide accurate information on a variety of policy and procedures on a daily basis.
This position will also provide room scheduling for Appel Commons, Robert Purcell Community Center, Willard Straight and other meeting rooms. This includes room reservations, correspondence, contracts, equipment inventory and record-keeping, and refers clients/students to appropriate staff. Must be able to communicate availability and fees associated with needed rentals. Will also be responsible for the financial reporting and billing of room usage.
This role is also the direct liaison with Community Center Support Team and responsible for communicating all room set-ups and meeting needs as well as will work with Conference Planners to coordinate and schedule summer conference and Reunion meetings and event space usage.
In addition, this position is responsible for a variety of administrative support duties including mail distribution, data entry, filing, copying and the distribution of information.
Flexible work hours that may include occasional evening and weekends as needed.
- Formal training beyond a HS Diploma, 1 to 2 years' experience in a fast-paced administrative setting.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
- Strong organizational ability, verbal and written communication, customer service oriented and attention to detail.
- Experience working closely with a college student population.
- Ability to lift up to 50lbs.
Associate degree in business or hospitality management preferred. Knowledge of Cornell processes and procedures ideal. Experience with room scheduling software, card access, and CS Gold system.
When applying, please remember to attach your application materials (Resume/Cover Letter) in either Microsoft Word or PDF format. For a more detailed description and instructions on how to apply online please visit: https://hr.cornell.edu/jobs/how-we-hire
University Job Title:Administrative Asst III
Pay Rate Type:Hourly
Contact Name:Dana Burton
Number of Openings:1
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