Support the Health Careers Evaluation Committee (HCEC), a unit within Cornell Career Services. Gather, prepare, and circulate confidential educational records on behalf of currently matriculated students and alumni, among the Cornell faculty, senior staff, and admissions offices of professional schools of human medicine in the United States and globally. Manage workflow among faculty, staff, and registrants, ensuring final letter release in a timely manner. Review, edit, format and electronically bundle, and release the HCEC’s evaluative letter packet on behalf of approximately 500 HCEC registrants annually. Maintain complex and meticulous records. Handle regular correspondence by phone and mail with students, alumni, staff, faculty, and admissions offices at external schools of human medicine. Help design system and process improvements, maintain the online application process, keep the website current, and review and revise publications. Develop complex spreadsheet applications, create reports and visual data charts and tables, and implement a communications outreach strategy, extensively employing electronic media.
Formal training of one or two years of college coursework or Associate's degree beyond high school diploma. Position requires outstanding professional communication, interpersonally as well as across a variety of written platforms: email, telephone, and written correspondence. Required skill set includes seasoned organizational skills, a teamwork mentality, the ability to efficiently multi-task under specific deadlines, the ability to work independently, and meticulous attention to detail. Documented experience tracking data with or managing a complex office system, including database and spreadsheet design and reporting are required. FileMaker Pro database management, design and reporting are required.
Proficiency with data manipulation in Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as proficiency with Outlook email and calendar scheduling is essential. Experience using Commonspot website design preferred. Familiarity with and training in Cornell financial reporting methods is preferred.
Background check may be required
No relocation assistance is provided for this position.Visa sponsorship is not available for this position
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