This position provides administrative support to the Psychological Services Center in the Department of Psychology.
Provides administrative support for the day-to-day operations of assigned area(s): prepares purchase requisitions; coordinates and monitors maintenance services; serves as liaison between departments, faculty and staff.
Answers and returns telephone calls and e-mails regarding questions and concerns of department/programs; communicates and interprets policies and procedures; may develop procedures for assigned area(s); responds to questions resolves issues of moderate complexity.
Serves as a liaison between the assigned area (i.e., Psychological Services Center) and the Psychology Department, faculty and staff, as well as other administrative units within the University.
Handles confidential issues or sensitive records on a regular basis (e.g., client records that are protected by HIPAA, and student academic records that are protected by FERPA); provides technical support and training on software.Â
Generates reports based upon data generated from the electronic health record used in the Psychological Services Center
Assists in the preparations of departmental budget; monitors all budget and grant expenditures; For example, the position monitors faculty development accounts, student development accounts, and prepares financial reports regarding these accounts and the larger PSC operation.
Coordinates and performs administrative services; makes arrangements for events and meetings; composes and types correspondence; distributes mail; makes travel arrangements; screens telephone calls; managing filing systems.
Trains and supervises student staff in the Psychological Services Center.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of admission and academic policies and procedures
Interpersonal/human relations and customer service skills
Verbal and written communication skills
Report preparation skills
Ability to maintain database information
Ability to operate personal computer with various software programs, including publishing software
Ability to meet deadlines and give attention to details and accuracy
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to supervise student staff
High school education or equivalent; supplemented with three to five (3-5) years of related experience. Associates degree preferred.
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