The Middle East Center is excited to announce its search for a Part-Time Programs Assistant. This role, fully funded through our grant and guaranteed until at least August 2022, will give an individual the chance to work in a vibrant, high-impact atmosphere and become an important part of a community we're proud to call our own. Please see the job description below:
The Middle East Center in the School of Arts and Sciences is seeking an Administrative Assistant. Working in close coordination with the Assistant Director, the Middle East Center Programs Assistant will ensure the smooth daily operations of the office and provide administrative assistance to all programs under the Center’s portfolio. Duties include, but are not limited to: helping organize academic events, public outreach, teacher training programs; coordinating travel and making hospitality arrangements, ensuring all speakers are paid in a prompt and timely manner; seeking out new outreach partners; representing the Center at information sessions and teacher training workshops; assistance in the administration of the Modern Middle East Studies undergraduate program as well as the Center’s fellowship programs; supervising student workers; updating databases and collecting information for grant reporting and writing; managing the events calendar; maintaining the Center’s A/V library; teacher training materials; K-12 teaching resources; updating the Center website by creating written and/or digital content; and performing other duties and special projects as assigned. Position contingent upon grant funding and is guaranteed until at least August 2022. This is a part time regular staff position working a schedule of 20 hours per week.
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