The Council on Evaluation Office is seeking an Office Support
Assistant IV to provide administrative support to the office and
the Honor Council.
- Coordinate with the offices of Student Affairs and Council on
Curriculum to track, monitor, and accurately assign student
- Collect elective student performance evaluations received by
the Council on Evaluation and record grades in the electronic
and/or official record.
- Manage the diploma mailing process for the MD, MMSPA, and MSA
- Coordinate for the School of Medicine Honor Council and
maintain student Honor Council files as necessary.
- Provide support to the Graduate Health Professions in Medicine
programs as needed.
- Maintain student files. Scan and electronically file paper
student and graduate records. Report noticed discrepancies in
- Coordinate with the office of Student Affairs to assist in the
completion and submission of degree verifications.
- Greet and provide information or assistance as necessary to
office visitors using own knowledge of established policies and
- Maintain the accuracy and confidentiality of the daily
operations of the Council on Evaluation.
- Perform related duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent and at least 5 years of
experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be
acquired is necessary.
Full Time/Part Time
- Experience in records management, or related experience,
preferably in academia.
- Exceptional oral and written communication skills
- Ability to focus and work in a large, open, combined-office
- Willingness to collaborate and work in an inter-departmental
- Strong attention to detail
Full-Time, Benefit Elgible
$15.00 per hour
February 13th, 2022.
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