||Academic Department Associate
||Academic Department Associate Computer Science & Physics/Astronomy
||Starting at $15.42
|Terms of Employment:
||Provide administrative support for the Computer Science Department (75%) and Physics and Astronomy Department (25%). Work in collaboration with department chairs and faculty performing various responsibilities in support of departmental programs and sets priorities to assure deadlines are met.
Provide administrative support to Department of Computer Science and Department Physics/Astronomy
- Serve as point of contact for students, faculty, and public regarding the department's operations, policies, and program.
- Organize workflow to meet deadlines for reports, class schedules, book orders, tests and syllabi.
- Take minutes at department staff meetings.
- Assist in maintaining all appropriate records and data for the department in order to report internally or externally.
- Assist with faculty and staff recruitment. As needed, aid in on-boarding and setting up office for new hire.
- Assist with planning details and making arrangements for department events and meetings.
- Prepare and process work orders. Arrange for phone and computer installations.
- Develops and maintains departmental program and administrative files.
- Prepares all appropriate human resources forms for personnel transactions, appointment/reappointment, etc. for a variety of faculty and staff appointment types.
- Prepare confidential correspondence, files, and reports on behalf of the chairs.
- Purchase all departmental supplies and equipment using appropriate purchasing guidelines and maintaining proper purchasing records. Use department purchasing card following all policies and guidelines.
- Keep records and oversee expenditures from department accounts. Estimate projected expenses for spending and budget use. Reconcile accounts in WISDM with internal budget spreadsheets.
- Recommends and assigns expenditures to appropriate fund accounts and adheres to purchasing policies and fiscal year deadlines.
- Assist faculty with travel related expenses.
- Track student workers wages to remain within budget.
- Class building, prerequisite checks for all courses, register students, maintain and manage wait lists, set up advising lists and assign advisors, monitor and run course enrollment reports, maintain lists of majors and minors.
- Collect and maintain student data from exit interviews, student evaluations and assessments, and alumni information.
- Complete appropriate paperwork to advertise, hire, and activate student workers. Initiate requests to grant appropriate access. If applicable, serve as Employing Unit Coordinator (EUC).
- Collects and files syllabi and office hours for faculty and academic staff. Track faculty loads and course offerings.
- Order textbooks, instructor copies and maintain a spreadsheet of textbooks ordered each semester.
- Assist in maintaining department website, bulletin boards, and display cases. Update syllabi, office hours each semester.
- Other duties as assigned by Department Chairs or COLS Dean's Office.
- Provide administrative assistance to other COLS academic departments as needed due to vacancies or leave.
||Able to work independently with little supervision.
Capacity to learn new or changed processes, or software applications quickly.
Ability to prioritize and coordinate multiple tasks in support of the department.
Intermediate proficiency in various computer applications. This may include Windows operating system, Microsoft Suite, Adobe Acrobat, Google Apps, and web tools.
||Write grammatically-sound correspondence/emails and speak and convey thoughts clearly.
Knowledge of University and College policies and procedures helpful.
Basic understanding of PeopleSoft Student Information System or other similar relational record database.
A bachelors degree.
Applicants must submit the following documents using the online application:
Cover letter, Resume, and the contact information for 3 professional references
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