Part-Time Administrator to the Student Bar Association
The George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School on the Arlington campus seeks a Part-Time Administrator to the Student Bar Association (SBA). The position is for a 20 to 25-hour work week schedule. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Masons academic and culturally inclusive environment. Responsibilities:
The Administrator to the SBA provides reliable and professional administrative support for the Student Government and student organizations of the Law School. This position works closely with the Executive Board of the SBA in the planning, directing, and coordinating of different services that enable the SBA and its student organizations to operate in an independent, efficient and compliant manner. This includes intensive attention to detail and facility with university and Law School policies on travel reimbursement, spending of student activity funds, and event and vendor contact. Overall responsibilities include: Serve as administrator to the SBA and related student organizations, providing general administrative, bookkeeping, and logistical support for student activities and organizations; Maintaining administrative policies and procedures required for operation of the SBA (including but not limited to contractual agreements, work orders, purchasing orders, student travel authorizations, etc.); Ensuring all accounting records and controls are established and adhered to in accordance with policies and procedures of the university and providing regular financial reports/accountings; Providing general budget oversight, including assembling data, reviewing budgets, monitoring and reconciling income and expenditures, and ensuring that expenses are within budget limits; and Maintaining good working relationships with supervisors of other Law School and university departments to ensure appropriate information sharing. Required Qualifications: College degree, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred Qualifications: Strong communication, organizational, and information systems skills are critical as is an understanding of the SBAs role within the Law School and the university; and Familiarity with financial record-keeping and reporting. Working Conditions: May work flexible schedule with some required evenings and weekends.
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