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Department: Col of Ed and Human Development

Classification: GMU Worker

Job Category: Part-Time / Hourly Wage

Job Type: Part-Time

Work Schedule: 10 hours per week, Monday-Thursday

Location: Fairfax, VA

Workplace Type: On Site Required

Salary: Salary commensurate with education and experience

Criminal Background Check: Yes

About the Program:

The Inclusive Early Childhood Education program is comprised of collaborative faculty and staff who are dedicated to meeting the needs of the undergraduate and graduate ECE students served.

About the Position:

The Inclusive Early Childhood Education program is seeking a part-time Assistant Office Manager to work 10 hours per week, Monday-Thursday in Thompson Hall, Suite 1200.


The part-time Assistant Office Manager will support the program by completing the following tasks:
  • Collaborate with the Academic and Administrative Coordinator daily on job tasks;
  • Attend to the front desk, greet students and visitors;
  • Data entry (e.g., updating supply inventory);
  • Sort and organize mail;
  • Adhere to the front office organization and maintenance;
  • Run errands on campus;
  • Scan, photocopy, and print;
  • Create marketing materials;
  • Attend marketing and student events;
  • Learn about and prepared to talk/market the Inclusive ECE program at events and in the office;
  • Monitor and reply to emails via program email account;
  • Shred documents and handle recycling;
  • Make room reservations for in-person events (e.g., faculty meetings); and
  • Other duties as assigned.
Instructions to Applicants:

For full consideration, applicants must apply at Complete and submit the online application to include three professional references with contact information, and provide a resume and letter of recommendation .

Posting Open Date: May 22, 2024

For Full Consideration, Apply by: August 1, 2024

Open Until Filled?: Yes

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