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Administrative Coordinator - (STA011950)

Coordinates the administrative operations of a department, including, but not limited to, human resources, payroll, telecommunications, building maintenance, and property inventory.

  1. Coordinates personnel administration including employee sign-up, faculty folders, payroll and implementation of related policies and procedures.
  2. Coordinates department administrative operations, including telecommunications, physical plant work orders, long distance codes, parking permits and ID card requests.
  3. Maintains personnel records such as employee information, timesheets and lost time reports; tracks status of submitted personnel and administrative forms.
  4. May coordinate and compile information for various programs and activities for faculty and graduate students.
  5. Oversees the work assignments of clerical staff and coordinates daily office operations.
  6. Coordinates all aspects of space management and conducts property inventory for the department.
  7. Reviews personnel and administrative documents for adherence to university regulations prior to obtaining certifying signature.
  8. Assists faculty, staff and students with personnel and administrative issues; serves as departmental liaison to administrative departments on campus.
  9. Performs other job-related duties as required.


Add to job description for LGBTQ Administrative Coordinator:
• Should be well organized, self-motivated, and committed to providing support, resources, and a safe space for LGBTQ students of diverse backgrounds and abilities
• Strong understanding of and ability to maintain confidentiality while supporting students, staff, and faculty
• Ability to contribute to a healthy organizational culture of social justice based on open communication, collaboration, and accountability into the ongoing operations of the LGBTQ Resource Center and other departments at the University of Houston.
• Contribute to preparations of campus-wide trainings and educational outreach initiatives to enhance campus climate for LGBTQ people
• Ability to interact effectively with a diverse LGBTQ population including students, faculty, administrators, family members, and the general community, from a variety of cultural, educational, and socioeconomic backgrounds

Additional Job Posting Information:
- Education in lieu of experience.

May Be Eligible for Alternative Workplace Arrangements .

Qualifications :

High school and 5 years experience

Requires a basic knowledge of grammar, spelling, punctuation and simple mathematical functions like percentages, ratios, etc. as might normally be acquired through attainment of a high school diploma or GED. Requires a minimum of five (5) years of directly job-related experience.

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