NWIC Document Processor & Administrative Assistant (Administrative Support Assistant, Level I), Part-time, Temporary, Hourly, Multiple Openings
| Sonoma State University|
United States, California, Sonoma
|November 17, 2023|
This position is open until filled. For full consideration, please submit an application, along with a cover letter and resume.
Please review the position description listed above for full scope of responsibilities and qualifications.
Reporting to the Administrative Manager, Northwest Information Center (NWIC), with additional lead work direction from the Administrative Support Coordinator and Researchers, the NWIC Document Processor and Administrative Assistant performs general office, clerical and secretarial support in support of the NWIC. Working under direct supervision with detailed instructions, the incumbent processes newly submitted historical resource reports and/or records into the NWIC's bibliographic and GIS database; assists in general office duties; and assists historical resources consultants conducting research at the NWIC.
This position requires completion of a high school program or its equivalent and some experience in an office environment. A Bachelor of Arts degree or equivalent education and experience, and/or an internship at NWIC or 4 months records search training strongly preferred. Working knowledge of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation required. Beginning proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office and Google Suite and the ability to use standard office equipment, word processing and related computer software packages required. Knowledge of Adobe programs or Esri geographic information system program and familiarity with USGS topographic maps strongly preferred.
Salary and Benefits
Salary for this position is anticipated to be in the range of $19.26 to $23.64 an hour. This is a part time, temporary, non-exempt position. Reappointment to this position is dependent upon the individual's performance as well as administrative and budgetary considerations. The university reserves the right to terminate this appointment earlier than the scheduled expiration date.
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