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Office Worker - Immunology (Work Study)
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This is an office worker (work-study eligible preferred) student job to support/provide general clerical office support in the Program in Immunology.
Provide basic administrative support to the financial team and other administrative staff as needed
Sort and file various documents; establish and prepare new files and file systems; perform data entry into spreadsheets;
Assist Grant & Contract Specialist to reconcile monthly expenditures, pulling information and data from multiple electronic sources and creating backup documents for records
Operate office equipment such as computer/word processor, printer, scanner, calculator, copy machine, and fax machine.
Perform related administrative support duties as required
Work is performed in an office/research setting
Most work will be done on a computer
Shift is variable Monday through Friday and consists of 35-40 hours/week during the summer. This position will be full time during the summer and part time during the school year.
High school diploma or equivalent is required AND a minimum of six months entry-level office experience is desired.
Basic computer experience including e-mail, Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Word), etc. is also required.
Must be reliable, trustworthy, and have strong work ethic.
Needs to be able to lift up to 25 pounds (boxes, packages, books, etc)
Must be comfortable with and discrete when handling confidential information
**Strongly preferred that the candidate be state work-study eligible through a qualified academic institution.
Strong communication skills
Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects
Possesses previous experience with administrative work (filing, sorting, organizing, etc).
Effective team player and able to assimilate information quickly
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