On-Campus Job Opportunity
Communications and General Office Assistant
The Department of Managerial Studies, College of Business Administration, is looking for a high-achieving sophomore or junior undergraduate student to provide general office and communications support. The student should have good written communication and organizational skills and be able to take initiative. Availability to work during the summer is required. Due to conflict of interest, we cannot hire students from the College of Business. Students should not be graduating any earlier than December 2016 to ensure sufficient longevity on the job. GENERAL DUTIES: Include filing, answering phones, preparing reports and mailings for supervisors, distributing office mail, operating a Xerox machine, maintenance of filing and record-keeping systems under supervision, room reservations, Internet research as needed, update website, monitor office supplies needs, and special projects as assigned. HOURS: 15-18 hours/week between 8:45-4:45 pm. Must be able to work a minimum of a 3-4 hour block during the day and work during the summer. CONTACT: If interested, please apply online at UIC Careers and include a resume and a cover letter of interest. If you have any problems with the online application process, please contact Liz Dickey in the Department of Managerial Studies: email@example.com.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Excellent writing skills are essential, including: good grammar, punctuation, and proofreading • Good computer skills including: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint • Some experience with Adobe Acrobat Suite is a plus • Good interpersonal skills; ability to interact in a professional and mature manner • Excellent attention to detail • Ability to take initiative and follow-through with assigned tasks • Organized and detail-oriented • Ability to manage time and maintain a task list • Ability to think critically and solve problems • Resourcefulness • Inquisitive and curious; someone who likes to learn • Ability to learn and a can-do attitude can compensate for a lack of experience • GPA of 3.5 or higher Attractive majors: liberal arts, applied health sciences (biomedical visualization); graphic and web design.