Department: AAEC/HR Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only Job Starts: August 16, 2017 Work Type: Clerical
The Student Employee will report directly to Affirmative Action and Equity Compliance (AAEC) to support the functions and activities associated with AAEC within the areas of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, Training and Outreach, and Title IX.
WORK DAYS AND HOURS:
This position requires a commitment of ten (10) hours per week. The work days and hours are flexible; however, hours must be completed in increments of at least two (2) consecutive hours Monday – Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Student must be work-study eligible.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provide administrative and data management support for a staff of three (3).
2. Manage phone calls received on the main AAEC phone line: answer, direct calls to appropriate parties and/or take messages, and check voicemail as instructed.
3. Update and maintain data including reports, online databases (Excel and Access), and physical and electronic files, including scanning and archive process.
4. Assist with FOIA and University Legal Services information requests for documents/files handled by AAEC.
5. Assist with drafting advertisements and job announcements to departments, career centers, and related recruiting resources.
6. Assist with posting positions on the Human Resource Services website and external job boards.
7. Conduct Internet research related to policies, marketing, training, and other topics associated with the various areas in AAEC, as well as assist with development and editing of website information and resource guides.
8. Manage marketing materials including advertisements, directional signs, banners, fliers, and emails.
9. Assist with program and special event registration, monitor tables, and attend activities.
10. Prepare and distribute registration materials, “Save the Date" post cards, flyers, and emails.
11. Perform activities associated with event set-up and clean-up.
12. Assist with post-event planning including Qualtrax surveys, evaluations, thank-you letters, and related activities.
13. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, the Director of Training and Outreach Programs, and the Associate Director of Investigations and Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Applicant must possess the desire to perform program planning, project management, and clerical functions. Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint is required. Applicant must have proficiency in social media, internet research, and marketing knowledge and/or experience. Proven customer service experience/skills and the ability to represent AAEC and the University in a knowledgeable and professional manner is essential. Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills within a professional business environment are required. A high degree of initiative, poise, and mature judgment required. A strong work ethic and commitment to producing a quality and accurate work product is necessary; as well as a good eye for detail. Must possess a high level of organizational skills and adaptability in order to effectively prioritize, multi-task several projects, and effectively manage work time. Must be able to understand and maintain a high level of confidentiality and professional decorum as this office handles highly sensitive documents and information.
Strong interest in Marketing, Outreach, Training and Development, Affirmative Action and/or Human Resource desired. **Pre-employment criminal background investigation required.
Pay Rate: $ 8.25/hr
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HOW TO APPLY: Please email your cover letter, resume, three references and your tentative work schedule to:
Rose Henton Director, Training and Outreach Programs
Affirmative Action and Equity Compliance
1515 W. Lincoln Highway
DeKalb, Illinois 60115
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