Administrative Assistant - Briner School of Business
Description
The Administrative Assistant for the Briner School of Business (BSB) works in directcommunication with the Dean and the Academic Director of the BSB, under direct supervision

of the Academic Director, to ensure professional and excellent service to students and faculty. 

  • Provide administrative support to both the Dean and Academic Director of the BSB as
  • assigned.
  • Provide support to faculty, both graduate and undergraduate, full-time and adjunct, by providing the necessary resources they need to fulfill their roles.
  • Provide support to BSB students, undergraduate and graduate, by answering questions and facilitating communication.
  • Dress and maintain professionalism as expected in a business office environment.
  • Greet visitors and create positive atmosphere in the BSB for students. 
  • Assist the BSB with student advisement.
  • Provide retention support by communicating with students about BSB information, as well as registration, term changes, and college deadlines.
  • Provide assistance inputting grades and pertinent data into university databases.
  • Periodically review grades/transcripts and alert the Director of Graduate Programs of any “at risk” graduate students.
  • Assist in processing course evaluations and all enrollment and withdrawal forms.
  • Disseminate assessment and evaluation data for appropriate reporting.
  • Assist Dean and the Academic Director by working as a liaison with the Center for
  • Teaching and Learning and with the offices of Assessment and Institutional Research,
  • Information Technology, International Affairs, Admissions, Marketing, Records,
  • Financial Aid, Student Success, and other offices as required to meet students’ and BSB needs.
  • Assist in maintaining the Learning Objectives and related assessments for the BSB, for each program, and for each course offered by the BSB. 
  • Assist the BSB in connecting with external businesses and organizations for the creation and organization of special events and student projects. 
  • Coordinate student employment for the BSB.
  • Coordinate prospective student visits with faculty in the BSB.
Requirements


Required Skills:

  • Strong administrative and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively, both oral and
  • written
  • Strong customer service and phone etiquette
  •  Computer technology skills required
  • Ability to work effectively without close supervision

Additional Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Commitment to Christ and the Christian ideals of Greenville University, including al aspects of the Growing and Learning Together Lifestyle Statement. This position is expected to follow the lifestyle guidelines outlined in that statement (http://www.greenville.edu/about/foundational_documents/lifestyle_statement.dot)\

Preferred Qualifications:

  • At least three years of relevant work experience
  • Experience with traditional and non-traditional enrollment and programing
  • An understanding and appreciation of Christian higher education.
  • Willing to work flexible hours, as needed

Hours:

  • Each week is comprised of 37.5 hours.
  • Typically, this is Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a one hour (unpaid) lunch.

GREENVILLE UNIVERSITY:

The university is located 50 miles east of St. Louis in an attractive residential community of approximately 7,000 people. Greenville University was founded in 1892 and is affiliated with the Free Methodist Church, yet draws students from 40+ denominations. For additional information, please visit our website: www.greenville.edu


Compliance with University Standards. All Greenville University employees acknowledge the unique Wesleyan, evangelical, and Protestant mission of the University, a community in which Christian faith is of central importance. Employees agree to promote the University's Mission (as set out in the Mission Statement); its Philosophy of Education and GC Student Learning Outcomes, support its Theological Assumptions and comply with the behavioral aspects of the Lifestyle Statement (collectively, the University Standards).


It is the policy of Greenville University not to discriminate on the basis of age, color, ethnic or national origin, disability, race, gender or prior military service in its educational programs, admissions or employment policies. Greenville University is committed to an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity; women and minorities are encouraged to apply.



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