The Senior Administrative Assistant provides administrative staff support and assistance to the Director, Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, the Student Conduct Coordinator, the office that administers the student disciplinary system and resolves approximately between 500 and 800 cases of alleged violations of the Student Conduct Code by a student or a student organization. Duties include office management, delivery of administrative services, research and information gathering, monitoring and drafting correspondence, and disseminating information. Attends to administrative and clerical detail utilizing initiative, problem analysis techniques, good judgment and confidentiality.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
Required Education and Experience
Bachelors degree or equivalent experience in organization/office management or legal services
Strong organizational, strong oral, written, interpersonal and communication skills, ability to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines are essential to this position
Computer proficiency required, including word processing
Must be able to work independently, handle confidential matters and records, manage multiple and shifting priorities, and possess strong attention to detail
Ability to interact effectively in a shared work space, work with a diverse population, and respond to a variety of concerns
Preferred Education and Experience
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
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