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Employment Type:
Full time
Job Category:
Adminitrative Professional II
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Job Description

Job Purpose: Provide office support services within a campus unit to include organizing and preparing correspondence, reports and other documentation; scheduling meetings and events; file maintenance, and related administrative activities.

Major Responsibilities:

* Compose routine correspondence; prepare and route correspondence, reports and other documentation.
* Compile and organize data for use in reports.
* Schedule and make arrangements for meetings and other events.
* Make travel arrangements for unit staff management and staff as directed.
* Maintain office supplies inventory.
* Maintain filing system.
* Receive and refer phone calls; greet and direct office visitors.
* Perform other related duties as assigned.

Basic Qualifications:

* Education: High School, GED or Vocational School Diploma
* Work Experience: Two to three years job related experience
* Certifications: N/A
* Skills: This job requires skills in general office administration to include document preparation and processing, records management, event planning and organization. Skill in basic and advanced office related computer applications is required.

Preferred Qualifications:

* Preferred Education: N/A
* Preferred Work Experience: N/A
* Preferred Certifications: N/A
* Preferred Skills: N/A

Additional Information: N/A

Impact & Influence: This position will interact on a consistent basis with: unit management and staff, vendors and office visitors. This position typically will advise and counsel: N/A. This position will supervise: N/A

Georgia Tech Human Resources serves the Institute and its more than 14,000 employees through strategic human resources counsel, leadership in employee engagement and learning, and facilitation of campus-wide organizational effectiveness. The unit orients and prepares new members of the Georgia Tech community for a successful career at the Institute, while supporting employees and managers in addressing complex workplace issues.

What we do:

* Onboard new employees.
* Process payroll and maintain employment data for approximately 14,000 active faculty, staff, and students.
* Administer, manage, and grow a variety of employee benefit plans.
* Support Georgia Tech's international faculty, staff, and student employees through advice and counsel on immigration and taxation.
* Maintain a market-driven compensation structure in order to attract and retain employees.
* Advise employees and managers regarding work performance and conflict management.
* Provide professional development and learning to the Institute's diverse workforce.