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The Department of Social Work currently searching for an Open Rank Tenure Track Faculty Position in Social Work.
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The Department of Social Work is currently searching for the following positions:
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Position Title: Office Administrator, Department of Social Work
Salary for Announcement:
The salary range for this position is $45,300 – $56,700. The salary of the finalist selected for this role will be set based upon a variety of factors, including but not limited to, internal equity, experience, training, and qualifications.
MSU Denver offers excellent benefits that include medical, dental, retirement, tuition benefit, free RTD pass, and more. For a brief overview of these options, visit our Employee Benefits Summary page.
The Office Administrator for MSU Denver’s Department of Social Work works to support the operations of the Office of Field Education. MSU Denver’s Department of Social Work is a large, vibrant department that serves over 1,000 students and partners with over 700 community-based field placement organizations. The Office of Field Education is an integral component of the Department of Social Work’s operations.
The Office Administrator will primarily manage the day-to-day operations of the Field Office, serving as the point person on a daily basis for students and community professionals involved in the field education program, and developing and implementing processes to support the administrative functioning of the office. This position coordinates many functions of the Field Office’s web-based database and other online applications, including designing procedures and end-user training materials, providing in vivo support to a variety of stakeholders, and utilizing data for reporting purposes in alignment with the departmental mission.
This position must be able to work in a fast-paced and dynamic environment and must posses strong organization and communication skills with a commitment to professional development and ability to adapt to meet the needs of the Department of Social Work. In addition to the role in the Office of Field Education, the Office Administrator will work in collaboration with undergraduate and graduate programming and Office of Social Work Student Services (OSWSS) teams to support the strategic direction of the Department of Social Work.
The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups.
Data and Resource Management (40%)
The Office Administrator will collaborate with the leadership team of the Office of Field Education to develop processes, forms, and materials for incoming and current students. As such, the person in this position will:
Communication and Outreach (35%)
The Office Administrator will provide general field advising to students on program requirements and the field placement search process. The position will provide support to and collaborate with the Assistant Director of Field Education for Placement Development and Support on development of operations to support the field placement search process and ensure smooth communication with students and community contacts. As such, this position will:
Successful applicants will ensure their resumes clearly demonstrate that their work experience describes how they meet all required qualifications.
Experience with the following:
To view the full posting and apply, visit https://www.msudenverjobs.com/postings/22427
Position Title: Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator
Salary for Announcement:
The full salary range for this role at the time of posting is $45,300 – $68,000.
The Department of Social Work is a rapidly growing academic program consisting of undergraduate and graduate education and including the Master of Social Work Program, Bachelor of Science in Social Work Program, and the Office of Field Education, and the Office of Social Work Student Services, Operations and Finance. The Office of Social Work Student Services, Operations and Finance, housed within the Department, is a team committed to improving access to a high-quality education for a diverse group of students. The Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator works under the direction of the Associate Director of Operations and Finance (ADOF). The Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator must be able to adapt to a rapidly changing and growing Department, anticipating the needs of the key responsibility areas and strategic goals of the OSWSS-OF team and Department of Social Work, and modifying activities and processes accordingly.
The Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator supports the Department through administrative support and program development including oversight of the Welcome Desk activities and staff. This position is responsible for, in partnership with other department members, creating a welcoming and informative environment for students, faculty, staff and community partners and providing professional support to the Chair, Directors and faculty and staff in the department. The Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator must be flexible, self-motivated, customer service-oriented, able to effectively handle multiple priorities and deadlines, and detail–oriented with strong follow-up skills to be an effective professional in this position. This position must embody integrity and professionalism to serve as a colleague in a developing and evolving team. The Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator is a member of the Office of Social Work Student Services, Operations and Finance team, but interfaces with all departmental areas.
Welcome Desk Oversight and Administrative Support 60%
The Welcome Desk is the main reception area serving all departmental areas. The Welcome Desk is an active and busy area that receives many phone calls, emails, and visitors every day. The Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator will be responsible for creating the culture and management of student employees at the Welcome Desk. Through careful oversight and training, they will ensure that their team is committed to this culture and to the execution of the work below:
Program Coordination 35%
The Department of Social Work has over 900 enrolled graduate and undergraduate students and the majority of advising and support occurs internally. Additionally, the Department receives over 500 applications to the graduate program per year from prospective students and 100% of the advising occurs internally. The Welcome Desk is the central place these students and prospective students arrive at many times throughout their academic journey and is the first point of accessibility for students – meaning the experience one has at the Welcome Desk is the first opportunity we must create an accessible pathway for the student to earn a degree.
The Administrative Operations and Program Coordinator must be well-versed in programmatic requirements and may be asked to support departmental needs in a variety of ways or, as appropriate direct WDAs to assist with student facing needs. Here are some examples of that work:
Other Duties as Assigned 5%
To view the full posting and apply, visit https://www.msudenverjobs.com/postings/22820