This position works independently to coordinate all administrative aspects of the graduate and undergraduate programs in the Department of Sociology. The incumbent works directly with the director of graduate studies (DGS), the director of undergraduate studies (DUS), the department chair, the Graduate School, and the Registrar among other offices on campus to implement curricular directives and mandates to meet program goals. This position provides administrative support for the Master's in Social Analysis and Research (MSAR) program working closely with the Director of MSAR. This position also works closely with the academic department manager to ensure faculty and students are supported.
Associate's degree or equivalent combination of skills and experience, and 1 - 2 years of related experience. A Bachelor's degree and experience in an academic setting preferred.
Strong planning, organizational and time management skills with demonstrated ability to independently manage multiple tasks, set priorities, and meet deadlines
Highly effective oral and written communication skills.
High proficiency and strong experience in Microsoft Office software for word processing (Word), spreadsheet applications (Excel), presentations (PowerPoint), and in moving material among these various applications, including documents and files in PDF format.
Experience with Workday and creation and use of databases preferred.
Demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups of people.
Background check: criminal and education
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Student Affairs Coordinator
Department of Sociology
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