The DOS responds to the informational and personal concerns of students and parents, oversees the protection of student rights and provides a number of student advocacy and advising services to students. General inquiries/services include but are not limited to: student advocacy services, absence notification, references/verifications for graduate school, employment and the student conduct system.
Basic computer experience and ability to use a variety of computer applications; good oral and written communications skills; ability to use discretion when dealing with sensitive and confidential issues; ability to work independently and with good judgment; must have a good conduct record; good customer service and interpersonal skills. Previous office experience preferred. Students can expect to receive on-the-job training.
Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.4 to be considered and be aware that prior conduct will be reviewed, any student currently on 20 weeks or more of conduct probation cannot be considered.
Receives incoming telephone calls, greets visitors to the office, assists with the maintenance of student files and storage areas, filing, copying, shredding, drafting letters for signature, assists with mailings, schedules appointments/meetings, daily mail pick-up and delivery, assists with the editing of various publications as needed, assists Dean of Students Office staff with special assignments, other duties as assigned.
To apply: send cover letter and cuurent resume to: Stacey Griffin
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