The Program Assistant will function as the Summer Jobs Leader. The Leader is to execute the daily duties associated with leading high school student workers. The students will be assigned projects corresponding with different sectors of Government and Community Affairs (GCA). The Leader will be responsible for reviewing all materials before final submission to the project group. The Leader will also establish a semi-weekly blog where students chronicle their time at GCA. Additionally, the Leader will manage the daily schedule for students and work with appropriate groups to schedule trips and meeting times.
Role and Responsibility
Establish, edit and update semi-weekly blog posts by students.
Introduce projects to students with clear details and deadlines. (Project description sheets will be provided.)
Manage weekly and project check points for all students ensuring that projects are being completed on time and correctly.
Edit and make suggestions to student work before submission deadlines.
Ensure student time sheets are completed and submitted accurately and on time. (Timesheets and deadlines will be provided.)
Oversee the use of student time to ensure they are utilizing resources and time appropriately.
Schedule trips and meeting times including location, transportation, food, any speakers, etc. Assistance will be provided by the group leading the project.
Other Duties as Assigned
Manage special projects and requests for administrative assistance from within GCA (filing, shredding, mass mailings, and other general office duties, etc.).
High School Diploma/GED required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Role/Level/Range: ATO/2/OB Starting Salary Range: $15.00 per hour Employee group: Casual Schedule: Monday-Friday; 40 hours; 8:30a-5:00p Employee subgroup: Non-Exempt Location: Baltimore, MD Department name: Finance and Administration Personnel area: University Administration
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