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Administrative Program Assistant

Oregon State University
Job Location:
Corvallis, Oregon
Administrative Assistants

The College of Education at Oregon State University invites applications for the Administrative Program Assistant position. This position will be 1.0 FTE and supports the needs of the Educator Preparation Programs (Education and Teaching), the Head Advisor, and the Associate Dean of Educator Preparation by handling the day to day and special administrative tasks and acting as a first point of contact for the college. The position will be reviewed on an annual basis at the discretion of the Dean. This position is in alignment with the College of Education’s Strategic Plan and Oregon State University’s commitment to student success.

This position supports the needs of the Educator Preparation Programs (Education and Teaching), the Head Advisor, and the Associate Dean of Educator Preparation by handling the day to day and special administrative tasks as required while maintaining an on-campus presence. As the public’s first point of contact for the College, this position provides excellent service and responsiveness to students and the larger community who contact the College of Education in-person, via email or phone.

This position also provides administrative and collaborative support for administration, faculty, staff, students, and others in the College of Education as described in the position responsibilities. Responsibilities include partnering with the Head Advisor on communications with students, supporting advising needs, communicating program staffing, schedules, and student application and enrollment data, and connecting with the college admissions. This individual performs office work that may include varying amounts of record and document processing, file maintenance, volume word processing, mail handling, public contact and information dissemination, record keeping and licensure, student file tracking and maintenance.

The College of Education contributes to major national dialogues concerning research and the promotion of social. We develop change agents who go on to serve as formal and informal educators, counselors, and educational leaders. These change agents identify issues and act towards social justice and the full development of human potential through education.

The College of Education is part of the Division of Arts and Sciences, and we support the campus-wide goal to provide transformational educational experiences. Our work seeks to extend and update the historic democratic mission of public education: to prepare all citizens across their lifetime for full participation in a culturally diverse and technically driven world.

This position, along with all positions within the College of Education, is directly responsible for advancing the mission of the College. For more information about the College of Education, please visit

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Deadline to apply is 11/21/2021.

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