Job Listing - Support Staff (non-exempt)
Administrative Secretary, Counseling and Psychological ServicesDepartment: Job Number: 14097Date Posted: 7/23/2014Status: Accepting applications
Provides high-level administrative and secretarial duties for the director, staff and trainees of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) requiring a thorough knowledge of university policies and procedures; manages CAPS payroll and budget including federal monies, grants and revenue (including insurance reimbursements); implements the mission of CAPS and complies with mental health ethical and legal guidelines including strict confidentiality policies; maintains confidential CAPS clinical and personnel data; assures high quality customer service for CAPS clients through the provision of professional front desk procedures; and displays a pleasant attitude, high degree of tact, independent judgment and personal initiative.
High school diploma or GED required. Minimum four years secretarial experience. (Combination of formal related training and experience equal to three years may be considered.) Thorough knowledge of office practices and procedures. Good writing, editing, and proofreading skills. Experience with computer software programs (e.g., MS Word, Excel, PeopleSoft, e-time), file maintenance, and database management. Excellent organization and interpersonal skills; flexibility in working with others and maintaining a pleasant and team-oriented attitude and approach are crucial. Demonstrated ability to handle complex as well as routine tasks. Sign language fluency required at time of application.
$16.59 to $29.86
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