Assistant to Director of Diversity, Equity, and Chief Title IX Coordinator - Part-time
- Job posted by Manhattan College
Details: Hourly rate of $23.90 per hour - 20 hours a week
4513 Manhattan College Parkway
Position Summary: Provide administrative support to the Director of, while prioritizing and supervising day-to-day administrative operations of the Diversity, Equity and Title IX. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, Calendar Maintenance, Meeting Planning and Coordination, Travel Coordination, Budget Oversight, Accounts Payable Duties, and HR Duties.
Description of Duties: This position provides confidential administrative support to the Office of Diversity and Title IX Coordinator. Due to the sensitivity of the issues addressed by the Director, as well as the fact that this is a student facing position, the person in this role should possess a high degree of discretion and diplomacy, in addition to professionalism.
- Maintaining appointment calendars, arranging meetings and conferences, including managing travel and expenses.
- Handling of inter-office and postal mail
- Greeting visitors, answering phones, responding to emails and faxes
- Maintaining the filing system and database, consisting of confidential issues and documents
- Maintaining operational accounts, tracking office expenditures, paying bills and ordering supplies
- Creating information materials
- Preparing, processing records, reports, and documents
- Supervises and schedules students and part time workers
Manhattan College is an independent Catholic institution in the Lasallian tradition. We expect our faculty, administration, and staff to be knowledgeable about our mission and to make a positive contribution to the mission. Applicants from historically under-represented segments of the population are encouraged to apply, as well as those attracted to a college with a Catholic identity. We are committed to a diverse campus community. AA/EO Employer.
Level of Language Proficiency
Education, Experience, and Skills: This position requires knowledge and understanding of office administration, work organization, coordination, and facilitation. Ideal candidate will have administrative or related experience, preferably in a higher education or other nonprofit setting with attention to detail and consideration for student-sensitive issues. Other requirements include: strong communication, organizational skills, computer proficiency, and excellent interpersonal skills. The successful candidate for this position must also be diplomatic, have the ability to maintain confidentiality, and be able to work independently with little supervision.
Minimum Education Required