Education Support Specialist
The individual in this position will serve as the Graduate Program Coordinator providing assistance to the Director of the Marketing Graduate Program and the graduate-level students. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overseeing the application process, setting up Skype/Zoom, In-person, or phone interviews; arranging prospective student visits; overseeing the admissions and acceptance process once the committee has selected candidates; entering student assistantship contracts, plan of studies, and adding students to respective courses pertinent to graduate level degree studies. Maintaining accurate files for the student's academic studies.
This candidate in this position will assist with the processing of Undergraduate force adds; updating of Undergraduate checksheets; and will participate the commencement ceremonies, as needed. Processing of I-9s for all departmental new hires.
Additionally, there will be occasional event planning, and service requirement on internal committees; responsible for processing departmental reconciliations on a monthly basis, in a timely manner, to maintain departmental budget and operational flow; assisting with website updates, as needed for faculty, staff, graduate students and the graduate program; providing support to the Marketing faculty, as needed. Responsible for updating departmental level undergraduate and graduate catalogs and listservs. To contribute to maintaining an effective and efficient departmental workflow.
Previous experience working in a professional office environment; experience answering a multiline phone and performing data entry; familiar with basic office equipment and software such as, fax machine, copier, Microsoft Office Suite, etc.
Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree and/or equivalent office experience in an academic setting; experience using Hokie Mart and Banner or similar database.
Commensurate with Experience.
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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