Student Office Assistant - Office of Development
The Office of Development is seeking a Student Office Assistant to work 20 hours per week. This student will work directly with the Office of Development to organize and scan Cameron University Foundation files; assist with special projects as needed; help with spreadsheets in MS Excel, and other office duties as assigned. Duties will include, but are not limited to: covering the front office, answering phones, assisting guests that visit the office, sorting/organizing paperwork in files, copying/scanning files, shredding documents, filing paperwork, and creating new files. Additional duties may include: completing mailings and mail merges, internet research, making calls, preparing materials, and performing other related tasks as assigned.
Applicants should have excellent computer skills – a short skill assessment will be given during the interview process, have good oral and written communication skills; organizational skills and the ability to multi-task. Applicants must be able to communicate over the phone in a clear, professional manner and adhere to a strict policy of confidentiality. Applicants must possess the basic knowledge of computers and office procedures; willingness to work as a team member as well as the capability to work independently. Student should show leadership characteristics and be able to work evenings during certain peak times of the year.
Preferred classification Junior or Senior with knowledge of campus and campus activities. However, all qualified applicants will be considered.
Please download the application and complete, attach a letter of application including reasons for interest in position, transcript and a current resume and send all information to:
Office of Development
CETES Building, Room 202
Or email all required information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; however, only candidates whose applications are received by June 18, 2021 are assured of receiving full consideration.