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To provide clerical support for the faculty members, program directors, special programs and department heads of Bogar Hall.
•	Provide administrative support for faculty, program, and departments' day-to-day needs. This includes scheduling meetings, handling correspondence and typing needs, ordering supplies, copier troubleshooting, maintaining an efficient filing system, mailings (including mail merges), bulletin boards, planning special events, printing jobs, processing purchase card statements, tracking budgets and initiating purchase orders, and updating and maintaining web pages and SharePoint sites.
•	Provide administrative support for faculty advising/teaching, including typing and/or compiling course materials, collecting course syllabi, arranging transportation for field trips, providing Blackboard/Moodle support, ordering desk/review copies of textbooks
•	Provide administrative support for faculty job searches.
•	Provide confidential assistance to department chairs in regards to tenure and third-year reviews of faculty.
•	Hire, train, schedule, and supervise work study students
•	Requires the ability to multi-task and manage multiple priorities
•	Requires working with many constituents, including students and parents.
•	Serve as back-up to the Academic Assistant, Steele Hall.
Bogar Hall faculty's special programs include the Latino Symposium and Modern Language Fellows. In support of these and other special programs, the academic assistant:
•	Prepares brochures, posters, flyers, and/or advertisements for events
•	Ensures that transitions for new modern language fellows go smoothly
•	Coordinates students' language placement processes.
In addition, the Academic Assistant contributes to the overall success of the departments and programs of Bogar Hall faculty and the University by performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Knowledge of English language including meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition and grammar. Skilled at written and verbal communication, including formal presentation to groups. Ability to set priorities and advocate team concepts; work corroboratively with faculty and staff. Microsoft Office Suite; web-based applications including Blackboard; Colleague; Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Suite.
Due to the nature of work assignments, incumbents must be able to perform detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks, with frequent interruptions and under time constraint. On a daily basis, the essential duties of this classification may require the ability to stoop; to reach; to stand, to walk and sit for extended periods of time; to push and/or pull objects weighing up to 30 pounds; to lift and carry objects weighing up to 15 pounds; to use finger dexterity to operate a computer and other office equipment and hand strength to grasp files and other objects; to perceive the attributes of objects by touch; to hear and verbally exchange ideas and information with the public, staff and others on the phone and in the office; to see clearly from less than one foot to arm's length with a good field of vision and to distinguish basic colors and shades of color. On a frequent basis, essential duties of the position may require the ability to climb stairs, to kneel and/or crouch to retrieve files and other items.
High school or equivalent plus minimum of three years of relevant office experience using Microsoft Office software. Demonstrated ability to stay organized while managing multiple priorities.
Knowledge of desktop publishing software is desired.
For full application instructions and position description, visit https://jobs.susqu.edu/postings/1317