The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is looking for a detail-oriented, process-driven individual to fill the Administrative Specialist role. The ideal candidate is meticulous but is able to take a step back to see the big picture. They are keen to make operations efficient and streamlined. If you love spreadsheets, don’t mind paperwork and communicate clearly and consistently, you may be an excellent fit.
The Administrative Specialist will assist full-time staff in managing OIT business workflows from initiation through completion and support supervisors with student on-boarding procedures. The Administrative Specialist will spearhead the development and maintenance of process documentation, training materials and other administrative documents. This position will also provide opportunities for event planning and recruiting.
OIT Student Ambassador Program
The Administrative Specialist is part of our OIT Student Ambassador program, which includes students working in a variety of roles and with different interests. Student Ambassadors work closely with each other, with OIT staff and with the university community to advocate for and improve campus technology. For our part, we can help pad your resume with a number of opportunities to develop new skills, participate in networking and special events and learn from experienced mentors.
Practically what this means: The Student Ambassador program allows you to advance to positions with broader responsibilities and, accordingly, greater pay. While you may start as an Associate, you can work your way up to more specialized roles.
- Highly organized and capable of creating and maintaining organizational systems that others easily utilize
- Ability to see gaps in operations, along with an eagerness to fill those gaps
- Interest in learning how to use different productivity tools
- Ability to multitask and handle multiple requests from various individuals and departments
- Strong communication skills
- Proven ability to meet deadlines
- Availability to work both on and off campus between 10-15 hours each week