Summary: Performs a variety of moderately complex clerical and administrative tasks requiring some independent judgment related to ensuring the successful completion of the daily operations of a university administrative unit.
- Primary telephone/office contact for University Communications & Marketing;
directs calls/inquiries from media, alumni, faculty, staff, students, vendors,
parents, etc.; monitors ucm@MiamiOH.edu and resolves questions/issues
submitted through that account.
Manages calendars for UCM Directors; coordinates large meetings, interviews, and
hosted events as needed.
Handles processing of purchase orders, direct pays and subscription renewals for
marketing, web, brand/licensing, and social media teams; updates and maintains
vendors in Buyway; assists with reconciliation and approvals as needed.
Primary liaison for UCM with PFD; acts as division point of contact; works
with building point of contact; places and maintains work orders, etc.
Serves as informational resource to staff; investigates and resolves
problems or difficulties. Utilizes department or University policies,
procedures, and practices to answer routine inquiries. Resolves problems
based on precedents.
Maintains UCM staff directory and building key record. Coordinates mail service needs for campus mail, USPS, FedEx and UPS. Coordinates purchasing of office supplies, bottled water, and other internal
UCM materials and supplies as needed, including printer supplies.
Assists with the on-boarding and off-boarding of staff (via checklist), works with
UCM’s liaison for IT on ordering phones, computers, coordinating set up, etc;
ensures building access (key for office, myCard for building).
Maintains schedule and coordinates maintenance and repairs for Golf Cart. Process monthly credit card reconciliations for assigned staff. Assists with conference registrations, travel arrangements/accommodations
and reporting for assigned staff.
Provides backup and support for EMMA (email tool), including assisting with funds
transfers and charge backs.
Maintains office organization and cleanliness day-to-day. Assists/backs up support for vendor contracts and routing through contract
routing and work with Office of Procurement to assure smooth work flow of contracts.
Assists/backs up liaison for UCM with IT handling all equipment needs including
computers, copiers, repairs, replacements and technology needs.
Participates in hiring, mentoring, instructing, and overseeing student workers Assists other support staff as needed.
Requires nine months of coursework or training beyond high school in Business Administration and two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Two years in an office or business setting with demonstrated knowledge of applicable processes
• Experience using Microsoft Office Suite: specifically Excel and Word
• Experience using Buyway, Banner, Budget, Travel Module, Chrome River
or similar systems
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Understanding of related operations, policies, and procedures
• Ability to support multiple staff
• Technical and computer skills
• Customer relations and clerical skills
• Ability to adapt as needed to change
• Ability to handle highly confidential information and materials appropriately
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Knowledge of Buyway, Banner, Budget, Travel Module, Pcard systems
• Ability to work on MAC computer operating system
• Excellent customer service
• Supervisory skills
• Research skills
Special instructions for Applicants:
Pre-employment drug testing may be required for this position. Please submit a cover letter and resume.
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Benefits Eligible: Yes