Extension, Support StaffPay Grade:
05Major Administrative Unit / College:
Michigan State University ExtensionDepartment:
Msue Directors Office 10058282Sub Area:
CT- Clerical Tech.Salary:
Administrative/Business/Professional, Education/Training, Financial/Accounting, Office/Clerical Support, Human Resources, Advising/Counseling, Clerical Technical- CT, 1/2 Time (50-64.9%), Non-Union
Clare County MSU Extension Secretary
Michigan State University Extension is committed to fostering a welcoming and inclusive organization, which requires all staff to contribute towards a vision for success. Diversity, equity and inclusion are central to our work, regardless of title or position within the organization. This means that all staff at MSU Extension are dedicated to the following:We work together to ensure that programming is delivered to diverse audiences, produces equitable impacts for all participants, and demonstrates partnership and inclusion for all groups.We embrace that it is everyone’s job to create a culture that promotes diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.We ensure that every team member is prepared with the skills and resources to contribute to our welcoming and inclusive culture. We foster inclusion by recognizing and valuing diverse perspectives, skills, experiences, and work to create equal access to programming for communities. We commit to continuous learning for diversity, equity, and cultural competency, in order to achieve inclusive excellence.We understand that diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential elements to our work and are vital to the organizational culture and programmatic success of MSU Extension.We embrace a culture of understanding, coaching and feedback towards achieving a vision of success for the entire organization and its staff.Together we will achieve success and we commit to these goals in our work, continued education, and ongoing efforts.
Be the “face” of MSU Extension (MSUE) in Clare County in a way that allows clientele, and potential clientele, to quickly and easily access Extension system information. Direct clientele to appropriate information and resources (e.g., MSUE staff, MSUE Bookstore, websites, etc.) and assist with the logistics and promotion of MSUE educational events in the county. Support MSU Extension staff in a manner consistent with delivery of Extension programs and events, and work in a manner that fosters a welcoming, inclusive environment for visitors and staff.
Researches answers for clients. Types, enters data, answers the telephone and files departmental documents in order to provide clerical assistance to faculty, staff and students.
This is a .6 FTE part-time, end-dated appointment, renewable annually based upon continued funding.
Characteristic Duties/ResponsibilitiesTypes and proofreads standard and/or pre-formatted documents in order to provide the necessary documentation for activities within the Department and to produce rough drafts and final copies for faculty and staff.Greets visitors and answers the phone in order to provide information or screen, prioritize and route to the correct source. Is a receptionist / host for MSU clientele.Reproduces, collates and staples materials for faculty and staff.Requisitions and checks in office and/or copier supplies in order to maintain current inventory.Performs routine maintenance of office equipment and arranges for repairs when necessary.Compiles information and maintains departmental files and routine records and statistics in order to have records for audits and internal needs. Maintains records and files in an orderly fashion.Contacts on-campus and off-campus offices in order to arrange for meeting rooms and travel accommodations. Maintains schedule of meeting/conference rooms.Sorts, opens, and distributes Department mail.Assists with Departmental procedures as required.Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Unit Specific Education/Experience/SkillsHigh School education with course work in business-related areas, such as typing and shorthand, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.Six months of experience in word processing, typing and filing.May require technical knowledge or training related to the field of employment.
Desired QualificationsEffective oral and written communication skills.Demonstrated ability for accuracy and thoroughness.Proficiency in use of technology (e.g., Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook for mail/calendaring, spreadsheets, scheduling, virtual learning platforms, Internet browsers/web research, etc.), and ability to learn new skills.Ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships intra- and inter-organizationally.Able to demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and use of appropriate approaches, skills and techniques, which reflect an understanding and awareness of social, cultural and economic diversity of the target population served.Ability to lift and carry educational and office materials, equipment, etc. up to 25 lbs.Other skills and/or physical abilities required to perform duties of the position.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or protected veteran status.
Required Application MaterialsCurrent resume/CV.Cover letter.Four (4) professional references including at least two (2) prior or current supervisors.
This is a .6 FTE part-time, limited-term appointment, renewable annually based upon continued funding.
24 hours Monday through Friday, with some nights and weekends needed
Description of End Date
This is a limited term position funded for one year from date of hire with possible extension contingent upon funding renewal.
Advertised: Jul 14, 2021 Eastern Daylight Time
Applications close: Jul 27, 2021 Eastern Daylight Time