The Administrative Secretary of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering will perform a wide range of duties to provide administrative, organizational, and clerical support to the Chair of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering ( CBE ), assisting the Chair’s Office in carrying out the missions of the department and university. The Administrative Secretary is expected to exercise discretion and independent judgment consistent with the mission and goals of the School of Science and Engineering.
Must have excellent grammar, strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to type efficiently and accurately.
Must be familiar with the operation of electronic office equipment, (phones, copy machine, fax, printers, etc.)
Must be a team player with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact professionally and courteously with diverse individuals.
Ability to perform various physical and mental activities such as lifting, standing for extended periods of time, attention to detail, hearing, carrying, moving, pushing/pulling, climbing, etc., as applicable to the responsibilities of the position.
Must be able to establish priorities, exercise discretion and independent judgment accordingly, and maintain confidentiality and integrity in the performance of all duties.
Minimum Required Education
High School diploma or equivalent required.
One year of relevant experience required.
Must be proficient in various word-processing programs and Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, etc.), calendar software applications, e-mail and internet web browsing systems, and have working knowledge of MacOS and Windows.
Experience working in an office environment
Experience with coordinating schedules would be beneficial and preferred.
Position Description 2
Financial Responsibility: Yes, 20k+/month
Note: Financial responsibility includes authority to use a P-card and engage in departmental purchasing, departmental petty cash funds, departmental budgets, and/or financial management of other assigned accounts.
Supervisory Responsibility: No
Is this position at risk of exposure to blood-borne pathogens or tuberculosis? No
Tulane University - 24 months ago