Serves as the primary liaison between the department, students, and the College for undergraduate affairs and manages the departmentâ™s archives for faculty and student affairs. Provides general office and event planning support to Student Affairs and Faculty Affairs administrators.
Undergraduate Affairs: Oversees communications with undergraduate Anthropology majors and minors via listserv, website and social media; tracks academic progress and maintains relevant records inhouse and in university software systems; coordinates with the Student Affairs Administrator, the College, and the Departmentâ™s Director of Undergraduate Affairs to address program needs; advises undergraduates on procedural matters and assists them with problem solving; develops initiatives to attract undergraduates to the Anthropology curriculum.
Organizes department archives and current filing systems, including digitizing older records and planning for de-accession, donation, or repatriation per FERPA and other relevant laws and regulations.
Prepares spreadsheets, Google Forms, and other documents to support Student and Faculty Affairs.
Administrative support for student events (planning, room scheduling, communications and logistics, food set-up/clean-up).
Provides general office support (reception, maintaining office supplies and equipment, mail distribution and on-campus errands, etc.) as needed.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work independently and perform creative problem-solving.
Some flexibility is available in scheduling; however, in-person and in-office work is the expectation.
Education, Experience, or Certifications:
Bachelor of Arts required.
One year relevant experience required.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Essential: proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Google Workspace.
Helpful: knowledge of major university software systems (AIS, Interfolio, Canvas, etc.).
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Standard office environment.
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