Recruiting and Operations Administrative Assistant (Staff Wage)

Job Details

The University of Virginia is a highly competitive Division I program committed to academic and athletic excellence. The Department of Athletics at the University of Virginia is now accepting applications for the position of Recruiting/Operations Administrative Assistant to support the department's Football office. This position will provide administrative and operational support to staff of the UVA Football program.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist with all on-campus visits.
  • Create name tags and itineraries for unofficial and official visits.
  • Host prospects and their families on recruiting visits.
  • Organize the mail and distribute to designated staff.
  • Assemble recruit mailings.
  • Assist with the Tony Elliott Football Camp.
  • Ensure all supplies are stocked.
  • Distribute writing plans to coaches.
  • Coordinate staff/players birthday messages, cake, and TV Screen
  • Serve as back-up to Asst to the Head Football Coach in her absence.
  • Assist with event planning/execution.
  • Assist with lunches for coaches as needed.
  • Assist with operational and logistical tasks/events as needed.

Availability:

  • Must be available to work home football games and bowl games, as needed. This includes potential work on holidays, such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
  • Must be available to work early mornings/late nights, on occasion, with little notice.

This is a part-time, hourly wage position with an anticipated schedule of 20-30 hours per week. The anticipated pay rate is $15.00/hour.

This is a wage position which is not eligible for leave or other benefits and is limited to 1500 hours of work in a year. For more information, refer to the Wage Employment link: http://uvapolicy.virginia.edu/policy/HRM-029

Please do not forward any applicant materials to the Department of Athletics or Football staff, as only applications received through this system will be accepted.

To apply, please submit an application online through Workday at https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs and attach a current [CV/Resume, Cover Letter, and References. Search on requisition number: R0035761.

Questions related to the application process may be directed to Keith Johnson, HR Specialist at fkj2t@virginia.edu.

The University will perform background checks on all new hires prior to employment. (SPAKA)

      Required qualifications:

      • A high school diploma or equivalent (GED).
      • Minimum of 1 – 2 years of experience in an administrative/clerical role.
      • Ability to maintain professional calendars with frequent changes, using software such as Microsoft Outlook and iCalendar.
      • Well-developed interpersonal skills, including the ability to deal effectively with all levels of personnel, both within and beyond the University.
      • Excellent written communication skills.
      • Ability to take direction, work independently and as a member of the team.
      • Attention to detail, ability to organize and execute projects by stated deadlines.
      • Ability to represent the Football Program in a professional manner and work with tact on complex, sensitive, and confidential issues.
      • Intermediate to advanced experience in Microsoft Office Suite and database management.
      • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
      • Creativity and problem-solving skills.

      Preferred qualifications:

      • 2+ years of experience with administrative/clerical support in a collegiate sport program (Football highly preferred).
      • General knowledge of administrative duties, office protocol, computers, and office machinery.
      • General knowledge of the game of Football and ACC Football; knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
      • Experience utilizing Apple products (iPhone and Mac Computers)
      • Experience with Internal UVA systems such as Chrome River, Workday, Teamworks, and DocuSign.

      PHYSICAL DEMANDS

      This is primarily a sedentary job involving extensive use of desktop computers. The job does occasionally require traveling some distance to attend meetings, and programs.


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