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Administrative Assistant II, MIT-Brazil Program
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REQUIRED: at least three years' professional administrative/office experience; excellent organizational, customer service, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills; meticulous attention to detail; strong analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills; experience organizing and hosting both small- and large-scale events; discretion and good judgment with confidential information; and proficiency with MS Office/Outlook and willingness to learn new programs and software as needed. Must be able to follow through on tasks; work both independently and as part of a team; and interact with a diverse group of faculty, students, staff, and corporate sponsors; A bachelor's degree, MIT experience, and spoken/written proficiency in the Portuguese language are preferred. Job #17235-5

Occasional weekday evening and weekend work will be required.


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II, Center for International Studies-MIT-Brazil Program, to perform a variety of administrative duties for the program. Will receive student applications; perform intake interviews; assist the program's managing director with the internship matching process; coordinate student travel arrangements, housing, insurance, and other administrative matters; serve as a contact point for interns; maintain intern files and update intern database as needed; coordinate event logistics for training and organize other program events; process program financial transactions and reconcile accounts; maintain the program's website and social media; draft written materials and reports for the program; analyze student data for stakeholders; and perform other administrative tasks as needed.

MIT-Brazil is housed under the umbrella of MISTI, MIT's flagship international education program. Additional information about MISTI is available at http://misti.mit.edu/about-misti.

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