Sr. Secretary
George Washington University - Pennsylvania

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Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or an equivalent combination of training and experience, and two years of relevant experience.

Desired Qualifications:
General administrative office experience is preferred.

Excellent word processing/computer skills and proficiency with contemporary office support software/hardware.

Excellent customer service skills to work with a diverse multi-cultural population of students, faculty and staff.

Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Job Duties

Responds to telephone calls by providing detailed information on programs, functions, policies and procedure; refers more complex questions to supervisor. Receives, opens, sorts and distributes mail.

Prepares and types material consisting of technical reports, correspondence, statistical charts articles and brochures. Reviews completed documents to assure correctness of citations and terminology. Composes responses to inquiries for legal assistance from the CLC .

Provides secretarial support to clinical faculty. Maintains and organizes client case files. Schedules meetings and conferences; arranges for conference rooms; assembles and distributes information covering agenda items.

Assists with registration of students, furnishing instructions of procedures for registration, availability of courses, class schedules and course prerequisites.

Maintains and organizes department files with responsibility for periodic retirement and/or disposal of obsolete material. Inventories office supplies, equipment, and machines; arranges for repair and maintenance of machines, equipment, and furniture.

Provides Secretarial support to DVLEAP Project.

Performs other work related duties as assigned.

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