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Administrative Assistant Office

Location:
Salem, OR
Posted:
October 23, 2018

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Summary of Qualifications

Excellent computer skills

Excellent oral and written communication skills

Motivated self starter that works well individually and as a team member

Experience

Senior Academic Advisor July 1995-December 1999

University of Maryland University College, Unit 29216, APO AE 09102

nProvided written degree plans for students programs of study.

nInteracted with students on a daily basis by telephone, e-mail, and personal consultation.

nEvaluated students learning experiences from traditional and non-traditional sources.

nVerified VA (Veteran Affairs) students’ course enrollments were applicable to their degree programs and in line with VA criteria with our VA staff members.

nAssisted the Coordinator in executing various plans and responsibilities.

nCognizant of university policies, admission standards, and eligibility requirements.

nAssisted in Graduation Services when requested.

nProvided final degree audits to ensure eligibility requirements met for graduating students.

nTrained and mentored new Academic Advisors.

Administrative Assistant October 1993-July 1995

University of Maryland University College, Unit 29216, APO AE 09102

nAssisted the Area Director and the Assistant Area Director of the Azores/Benelux/North Germany and Foreign Language Department with duties in support of the office.

nInteracted with approximately 20 education centers at various locations throughout Europe.

nProcessed all military identification and ration card requests for lecturers in our area of responsibility.

nMaintained accurate financial records ensuring lecturers received salary adjustments (step increases) and payment on time.

nEnsured lecturers met established guidelines for submitting course and grading materials.

nCollected, processed, and screened end of course student surveys of lecturers.

nProcessed Foreign Language Examination (FLE) applications.

nDetermined if students met eligibility requirements for FLE.

nRegularly updated Foreign Language Exams.

nMaintained a secure environment for the exams at all ties as well as confirmed an exam proctor’s availability.

Field Representative March 1991-October 1993

University of Maryland University College, Unit 29216, APO AE 09102

nServed as the liaison between the Area Director and Education Center Officer in Northern Germany.

nPlanned course schedules on a rotating eight-week term basis.

nAssisted students with course selection and registration/enrollment documentation.

nProctored mid-term, final examinations as well as Foreign Language Examinations.

nReviewed financial aid applications for all financial programs.

nAssisted in evaluation process by ensuring all documents were completed, requested, and submitted to UMUC’s Evaluations Office.

nVerified military documents submitted in required format.

nDesigned, organized, and marketed, local course schedules and newsletters.

nActively involved with the recruitment and screening of potential lecturers.

nOrganized and procured classroom space outside of the Education Center.

nReceived and reconciled payments for textbooks and university tuition.

nCompleted financial reports to include registration documents and tuition to the main offices of UMUC at the end of each registration period.

Education

Baccalaureate of Arts – University of Maryland University College

Associate of Arts – University of Maryland University College



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