Program support works with the lead admin, faculty, and office staff in performing ongoing activities of the department. General support includes coordination of W. Thomas Rice Center for Leader Development activities. This consists of working with the Rice Center Director to coordinate guest speaker events each semester from pre through post coordination, to include processing payments and reconciliation of funds. Position will support lead admin on academic responsibilities. Will also support the Commandant at various times of the year in travel and mailings. Support Deputy Director of Operations with Spring Awards Ceremony. Responsible for department records retention, maintaining key control, fixed assets, and surplus. In charge of taking interdepartmental room/equipment reservations. Will include other related duties as assigned.
Previous experience providing administrative support in an academic or professional office environment; experience with computer software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, email, Windows Operating System, internet browsers, and scheduling; strong organizational skills; ability to work independently while functioning as a team member; strong interpersonal and communications skills for positive interactions with both external and internal clients; managing confidential files and materials; ability to work with detailed information; demonstrated ability to work effectively with multiple deadlines while maintaining attention to detail; strong competency in writing, grammar, composition, and proofreading. Able to obtain Notary license.
Experience supporting higher education academic programs or knowledge of the operations of an academic office is highly desired; knowledge of university policies and procedures; working knowledge of FINTRACS, HokieMart, Chrome River, CashNet and the Banner system desired. Knowledge of Virginia Tech Foundation policy and procedures. Experience with FileMaker Pro.
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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