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Administrative Specialist, Administrative

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The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies (AYSPS) Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology is seeking to hire an Administrative Specialist-Administrative to support the department in fulfilling it academic functions and responsibilities.  The scope of responsibilities will include these specific duties, but is not limited to the following:


  • Serve as the Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) coordinator and manager the GRA program for the department.
  • Prepare all GRA/GTA/UA hire and travel paperwork each semester by working closely with the Ph.D. and Masters’ Program Directors, Chair, and Business Manager
  • Prepare GRA/GTA employment and verification letter
  • Prepare GTAs hire information for Board of Regents approval to teach
  • Approve University Assistants, Temporaries and Student Assistants time in OneUSG
  • Coordinate Honors Day and all student scholarship matters
  • Assist Chair with faculty meetings
  • Provide administrative support for the study abroad program
  • Process departmental Foundation forms and PantherMart purchases
  • Manage student directory and web profiles
  • Make classroom and conference room reservations
  • Prepare all PTI hire paperwork and provide Policy Manual to new PTIs
  • Prepare and submit bulk reappointment to AYSPS Dean’s Office
  • Coordinate all departmental events and training
  • Serve as part of a rotation of other CJC student and staff member to monitor the front and respond to any inquiries from callers, visitors, couriers, etc.
  • Perform other duties as necessary

Bachelor's degree and two years administrative experience; or high school diploma or GED and six years administrative experience; or a combination of education and related experience.

College/Business Unit
10/22/21, 10:59:00 PM

College/Business Unit: Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
Location: Atlanta Campus
Job Posting: 01/06/22, 3:33:18 PM


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