Special Seminars and Administrative Assistant 2
Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
SPECIAL SEMINARS AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 2, Center for International Studies-Security Studies Program (SSP), to plan and coordinate high-profile events, meetings, and seminars. Will provide support to two to three faculty members; interact with high-level visitors, including senior members of the military and government organizations; and perform complex and diverse clerical, administrative, and financial duties in support of faculty and research staff. Other responsibilities will include preparing academic course materials using Stellar and learning modules; coordinating travel and processing travel expenses; booking classroom space; gathering information for reports; composing and editing internal correspondence and documents; maintaining files and databases; overseeing research spending on selected projects; reconciling accounts; and performing other duties as requested. Will work closely with the assistant director and director of the SSP Program.
REQUIRED: at least three years’ professional administrative/office experience; ability to coordinate several events and projects simultaneously; strong organizational, project management, analytical, problem-solving, critical thinking, and written and verbal communication skills; meticulous attention to detail; technical proficiency with MS Office/Outlook and willingness to learn new programs and software as needed; ability to learn and master financial systems; and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Seek a highly motivated individual who exhibits excellent customer service and interpersonal skills, especially when working with visitors.
PREFERRED: a bachelor's degree and experience with MIT accounting. Job #18965-5
A cover letter is required. Some evening work will be required.
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