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Company: University of Miami Health System
Location: Coral Gables, FL
Employment Type: Full Time
Date Posted: 09/17/2021
Expire Date: 11/17/2021
Job Categories: Education
The School of Law has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Administrative Assistant to work in the Coral Gables Campus.
Provides administrative support for multiple Faculty a
t the School of Law.
The Administrative Assistant serves as faculty support for Law School Professors, Adjunct Professors, Visiting Professors, reporting to the Office Manager and the Law School HR Director. Employees in this position should be detail oriented, have excellent communication and organizational skills, and be able to multi-task. This position provides coverage for other Administrative Assistants during absences or as directed by the Office Manager and/or the HR Director.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Supports six to nine full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, visiting professors, as assigned, exercising a high degree of resourcefulness, independent judgment, initiative and professional knowledge of the Law School and its departments; working with highly confidential materials; meeting deadlines; retrieving and distributing faculty mail.
knowledge of zoom meeting features and technology in order to provide support to Faculty in classroom teachings; and as well as providing support to students that may encounter issues.
Will be responsible for processing reimbursement(s) for Faculty in regards to travel, due & membership, events, and other reimbursements as necessary via Workday.
Completes assignments requiring the collection and organization of data; may provide analysis. Example: Creates reports in regards to Faculty instructions of the various titled assignments submitted by students. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for collecting the information, separate and input data according to Professorís specification. The Administrative Assistant also maintains reports on student class participation and assignments and provides final breakdown for grading purposes.
Prepare class material packets to include syllabus and additional reading materials/handouts; collect and rec
ord student assignments; manage course and personal files.
Coordinate with the Law Library regarding reference requests; retrieve cases and articles online through WESTLAW reference system; maintain class course pages online via BLACKBOARD and TWEN.
Create seating charts using studentís photos to compose a replica of classrooms; reserve rooms for meetings; communicate and collaborate with numerous high-level offices and officials on and off campus in a professional manner.
Must have PROFICIENT/ADVANCED experience in WORD including mail merge, pagination, tracking, and knowledge of citation features in WORD. Excellent and advanced knowledge in Excel as the examination process requires creating spreadsheets for grading purposes.
Previous experience with Blue Book Citations and requires editing and good writing skills in an effort to provide assistance with manuscripts, articles for publications, lectures, and many o
ther writing and editing opportunities.
Serve as liaison between faculty and students, receiving and answering student questions, relaying faculty and student communications verbally or via email, and setting appointments with faculty.
Exercise the highest level of confidentiality and security measures relating to final and mid-term examinations by typing, proofing, copying (Copy Center) and delivering exams to the Registrar; retrieve exams when finished to reconcile exams by anonymous grading numbers; assist professors with final grades; schedule student appointments for exam reviews.
Create and log studentís absences through Excel spreadsheet to monitor and reconcile class attendance (as per the Professorís absence guidelines)
Serves as a primary information resource regarding assigned faculty; plan, prepare and coordinate materials for events such as workshops and symposiums, as directed by assigned
faculty, Assistant works in conjunction with the Events Office, who secures meeting location, catering, audio visual and any other logistics related to event.
Responsible for correspondences; prepare Clerkship letter of recommendations for students through the online OSCAR system by uploading and submitting letters to multiple judges for consideration of law clerk employment; type and edit scholarly publications, articles and books.
Update and maintain mailing lists; conducting large mailings such as reprints, newsletters, invitations; conduct mail shipping through FedEx or U.S. Mail; and may lead the work assignment of student workers.
Monitor and respond to faculty and student emails; produce a high volume of printing and photocopying, faxes and scanning; transcribe faculty tapes.
Coordinate travel arrangements online; prepare and submit reimbursements; complete check requisitions and purchase orders electronically through the Univ
ersityís Workday system.
Display excellent customer service when greeting visitors/students, handling inquires.
Maintain faculty calendar as needed; provides routine and general clerical support as needed to faculty; answers telephone calls, takes messages, answer routine questions, and transfer calls to appropriate individuals.
Contact publishers to order desk copies, supplements and teacherís manuals for faculty as needed; place textbook order for courses.
Provide support to Faculty with external and internal committees; prepare materials for meetings, arrange meetings.
Maintain and update Faculty on-line profiles through our Digital Measures platform. Upload and/or update new/existing Faculty information Ė i.e. current CV, lectures, conferences, scholarly work (Journal, Conferences, Speaking Engagements, articles, etc.)
Education/Work Experience Requirements:
>High school diploma and three yearsí work related experience. Excellent customer service skills (written and verbal); ability to multi-task various tasks/projects.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Knowledge of MS suite (WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT), Outlook, Internet Research. Experience with Blue Book citations and ability to understand the citation features in WORD
Transcribing experience a plus knowledge of routine office practices and procedures.
Knowledge of simple data processing and transmission principles.
Ability to utilize computerized information systems.
Ability to read and decipher data on source documents to be entered.
Ability to enter and verify information with accuracy and a reasonable rate of speed.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.