We are hiring for 2 positions: Office Manager (1885) & Graduate Program Coordinator (8463P2)
This position has an interactive role with administration, faculty, and students at the School of Social Work. The incumbent in this position is the School’s primary liaison for purchasing, events, facilities, and other administrative needs within the school. This role must have strong organizational skills, have the ability to work independently to initiate and implement, be capable of managing multiple and sometimes competing projects, and be able to work well with many different kinds of people.
Individuals in the role will thrive if they like to learn and innovate, appreciate a job with a wide variety of tasks, and enjoy working with many different kinds of people. This position is based on campus. Per UMN policy, work may be done remotely when appropriate and approved by your manager. All UMN employees are expected to follow applicable public health and safety procedures.
This position is represented by the AFSCME 3800 Clerical Union, with a salary range of $21.34 - $23.10, DOQ, and will remain open until filled.
Questions about the Office Manager position can be directed to Kayla Howe email@example.com.
The Graduate Program Coordinator (Student Services Professional 2) provides support to administrators, faculty, students, and alumni within several graduate programs in the School of Social Work (SSW). Duties include assisting the Director of Graduate Studies, the Director of the Master of Social Work (MSW) Program, and the Director of the PhD Program in administrative and program management roles and responsibilities. The Graduate Program Coordinator also assists in course and curriculum planning for the graduate social work programs.
The ideal candidate would work both independently and collaboratively. This work includes the development and implementation of innovative strategies to continuously strengthen SSW’s relationships with key stakeholders (e.g., current students and alumni) and improve the services provided to these groups. The Graduate Program Coordinator must use sound judgment and decision-making skills because this person serves as a front-line representative of the School to students, alumni, and the University community.
This position has a salary range of $55,000-$60,000, DOQ, and will remain open until filled.
Questions about the Graduate Program Coordinator position can be directed to Beth Bayley firstname.lastname@example.org.