College Admissions Administrative Assistant

College Admissions Administrative Assistant
in Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 - US

Job Description

College Admissions Administrative Assistant 

An exciting opportunity for an experienced administrative professional has just opened in one of Boston's leading colleges. The Office of the Registrar needs help with a short term office assignment for the upcoming semester that has the potential for permanent hire for the right candidate interested in pursuing a career in higher education. The position will consist primarily of scheduling and assisting incoming students along with reception tasks as needed. Other responsibilities include handling phones, clerical duties and some data entry. 

This job requires strong attention to detail, as well as the ability to multitask. The ideal candidate will have 1-2 years of office support experience, and must be familiar with Microsoft Word and Excel. . Previous customer service experience preferred but not required. Candidates must have immediate availability. 


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