About the Role
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT FOR DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION (DEI), School of Science (SoS), to provide support to the assistant dean for DEI and associate deans on a wide range of DEI efforts within the school; manage logistics for programs and events; develop promotional materials; and collect data and coordinate with other groups on programs. Responsibilities include calendar management; scheduling meetings, preparing agendas and records, and drafting and distributing meeting minutes; supporting communications team with updating web pages, drafting copy, and providing social media support; building and maintaining a network of contacts for the DEI team; maintaining Dean’s Fellowship program, including database maintenance, correspondence, fielding inquiries, and working with the finance team to provide discretionary fund reimbursements to students; creating and managing email newsletters and other communication/mass mailings; coordinating with events planner on all logistics for events and meetings, e.g., invitations, confirming attendees, maintaining lists, arranging speakers, refreshments, etc.; creating and maintaining databases; drafting and editing documents; assisting with the implementation of DEI activities; managing DEI programs, including scheduling training sessions/events, communicating with speakers, tracking evaluation data, etc.; receiving and triaging guests/deliveries; assisting with office suite management; and other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED: high school diploma or its equivalent; three years’ direct/related work experience; excellent organizational, interpersonal, collaboration, team-building, customer service, and written and verbal communication skills; ability to work autonomously, establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with others, troubleshoot most problems, and respond to all inquiries and requests related to work area; solid knowledge of MS Office; interest in and experience designing and implementing high-quality activities, programs, and services; and good judgment with confidential information. PREFERRED: bachelor’s degree. Job #21383-5
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