*This is a part-time 20 hours per week, benefited position.*
Under direct supervision, the coordinator will receive work direction from the Director of Field Experience. The Office of Field Experience at San José State University's Lurie College of Education supports future and current students on their journey to becoming teachers. With an emphasis on preparing teachers for our local community, our office fosters an educational setting that values diversity and accessibility and is grounded in emancipatory educational practices.
The Part-Time Teacher Admissions Support Coordinator supports both our Teacher Education and Special Education Departments. As the go-to person for prospective applicants, the coordinator provides invaluable advice and assistance during the admissions process through in-person and virtual consultations. The role is particularly significant in aiding candidates at a critical juncture when deciding on their career path in education. Beyond guiding applicants, the coordinator will also support recruitment and outreach efforts. The responsibilities and tasks will be fine-tuned to align with the unique skills and expertise of the selected candidate.
- Become proficient in the Teacher Education and Special Education Programs admissions processes.
- Stay informed of any changes or updates in the admission processes and update materials and workflow.
- Offer individualized guidance tailored to each applicant's needs at different stages of the admission process.
- Develop and update a FAQ to preemptively address common applicant queries.
- Develop short explanatory videos or webinars to walk applicants through the admission guidelines in an easy-to-understand manner.
- Offer general office support through email, phone, or in-person. Welcome and assist faculty, staff, students, and visitors as they engage with the Office of Field Experience.
- Document all interactions with applicants, including their questions and status in the application process, in a systematic and organized manner.
- Ensure that all records are stored securely, in compliance with data protection regulations.
- Data Maintenance: Keep the Office of Field Experience’s Admissions database up-to-date, ensuring all applicant information is current and organized for easy retrieval.
- Plan and support Zoom events like information sessions; manage registration, event reminders, and attendance for these online events as well as any on-site events.
- Provide technical support during virtual events by managing the digital platform being used. This could involve setting up breakout rooms, ensuring smooth video and audio, or troubleshooting any technical issues that arise.
- Gather necessary materials such as brochures, application checklists, and informational slides for distribution during the event. Ensure all materials are up-to-date and in line with current program offerings.
- Coordinate office purchases, direct pays, and purchase orders
- Manage office budget including monthly reconciliations
- Coordinate travel authorizations and reimbursements
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Patience and the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of prospective applicants.
- Proficiency in using virtual meeting platforms (e.g., Zoom) and digital communication tools.
- Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills.
- Ability to adapt to changing processes and requirements.
- Commitment to maintaining confidentiality and handling sensitive information appropriately.
- Proficient in using Google apps (docs, sheets, slides, etc.,)
- Ability to plan and handle multiple work priorities, trouble shoot, and organize work projects
- Must possess excellent customer service and public relations skills.
- Ability to understand problems from a broader perspective and anticipate the impact of office administration problems and solutions on other areas
- Interest in being part of a collaborative team
- Prior experience in admissions, advising, or educational support is a plus.
- Ability to communicate with constituents in a professional and respectful manner
- Completion of a high school program, technical/vocational program, or their equivalents.
- Three years of related office work experience.
- Experience with budget management
- Experience with database management
- Experience in providing exceptional customer service
- Administrative experience working in an office with complex tasks in a diverse setting
- Excellent written communication skills
- Technical experience including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), PeopleSoft, CMS/FST, CFS, Data Warehouse, email programs, and Google Docs
- Experience with project management
- Experience organizing office meetings and events
Classification: Administrative Support Coordinator II
Anticipated Hiring Range: $2,063/month - $2,250/month (Part-Time)
CSU Salary Range: $3,338/month - $4,913/month
San José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefits package typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For more information on programs available, please see the Employee Benefits Summary.
Click Apply Now to complete the SJSU Online Employment Application and attach the following documents:
- Letter of Interest
All applicants must apply within the specified application period: November 8, 2023 through November 26, 2023. This position is open until filled; however, applications received after screening has begun will be considered at the discretion of the university.
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