Administrative Specialist I - Social Work Research & Public Service
Regular Full-time, Market Range 03
Under the supervision of the University of Tennessee College of Social Work Office of Research and Public Service (UT SWORPS) Director, the Administrative Associate will perform administrative support for the central office. The Administrative Associate will provide administrative support and manage office duties for the Director and Unit Leads to include support and organizing tasks such as coverage for the office phone and monitoring messages, coordinating scheduling and meetings, taking minutes, and maintaining electronic files. In addition, this role will assist with preparing and editing documents such as grant proposals, reports, letters, and Powerpoint presentations. This individual will play a crucial role in both internal and external communications and therefore must have excellent written communication and interpersonal skills and be able to contribute to an inclusive organizational culture. The Administrative Specialist must be proficient and efficient in the use of computer programs including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe, and PowerPoint.
Provide administrative support and organizing tasks coverage for the office phone and monitoring messages, manage calendars and coordinate meetings, take minutes, and maintain electronic files.
Prepare and edit internal and external office communications, and documents such as grant proposals, reports, letters, and Powerpoint presentations. The Administrative Specialist must be proficient and efficient in the use of computer programs including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe, and PowerPoint.
Develop and maintain spreadsheets to track office activities and perform fiscal-related tasks.
Internal Number: 217488
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