Job of the Week: Secretary III

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from the Office of the Executive Vice President for Administration for a Secretary (posting 816197). The EVPA Office is committed to being the recognized leader for outstanding service delivery and continuous improvement. 

The Secretary is responsible for document preparation, data entry and initiating financial eDocs. They will serve as back-up to the Executive Assistant for EVPA, Office of the Senior Vice President, CFO and Treasurer as needed. They will also assist with new hire onboarding to include technology needs, office supplies, phones, etc. For a list of all responsibilities, click here.

The ideal candidate should have a high school education. They should have three to five years of experience in maintaining accounting ledgers, word processing, spreadsheet, database and desktop publishing software. They should also have knowledge of University policies, procedures and administrative systems.

To learn more about the EVPA Office, visit evpa.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a resume and cover letter and apply here by October 4.

Job of the Week: Program/Office Assistant III

This week, MSU Human Resources is featuring a job posting from the College of Education for a Program Assistant (posting 812328). The College of Education has established a reputation for excellence and visionary thinking in its efforts to improve teaching and learning across our nation and world, particularly within the contexts of urban and global education.

The Program Assistant is responsible for interacting with applicants, current students, faculty, staff and administrators to provide information and guidance through a variety of communication channels. They will oversee the application and admissions process and maintain program data. They will also support administrative processes for multiple programs including Graduate Certificates and Masters. For a list of all responsibilities, click here

The ideal candidate should have a high school education and a knowledge of technical and medical terminology. They should also have three to five years of experience in word processing, spreadsheet, database and/or desktop publishing software. 

To learn more about the College of Education, visit education.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a cover letter, resume, three professional references and apply here by September 27.

Job of the Week: Research Assistant III/S

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from the College of Human Medicine for a Research Assistant (posting 811728). The College of Human Medicine is committed to educating exemplary physicians and scholars, discovering and disseminating new knowledge and providing service at home and abroad.

The Research Assistant is responsible for coordinating the NIMH-funded ROSE Scale-up Study. This study will assess the effectiveness of the ROSE postpartum depression prevention intervention. They will coordinate and manage daily operations, activities and all phases of research. They will also supervise four research assistants and coordinate their recruitment and follow up duties. For a list of all responsibilities, click here

Interested applicants should have a Master’s degree in the specific field of research employment. They should have one to three years of experience in research methodologies, writing reports, supervision, software and data interpretation. They may also need special licensing or certification in the field related to the area of employment. 

To learn more about the College of Human Medicine, visit humanmedicine.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a resume, cover letter, a Diversion, Equity and Inclusion statement and apply here by September 20.

Job of the Week: Human Resources Manager

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from the Office of Research and Innovation for a Human Resources Manager (810356). The Office of Research and Innovation administers research funding, ensures research integrity for both students and faculty, provides grant support services, fosters collaboration, licenses university inventions and oversees regulatory compliance to support MSU’s research and creative activity. 

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for managing the administrative activities of a large complex administrative unit. They will ensure that leadership is informed in a timely manner of all critical issues that require their attention and decision-making. They will also plan, monitor and revise onboarding of new hire employees. For a list of all responsibilities, click here

Interested applicants should have a four-year degree in Human Resources or a related field. They should have three to five years of experience in accounting, management, budget preparation and database system analysis and maintenance. They should also have experience working in an educational environment.

To learn more about the Office of Research and Innovation, visit research.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a cover letter, resume and three professional references and apply here by September 14.

Job of the Week: Payroll Assistant II

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from MSU Finance for a Payroll Assistant (805810). The MSU Finance department monitors the financial health of the university and provides analysis and formulation of strategies to deal with these issues. 

The Payroll Assistant is responsible for the processes and maintenance of all functions of the Academic Salary, Non-Academic Salary and hourly payrolls to meet payroll goals according to University policies and procedures. They will monitor and review reports for accuracy and timeliness and verify payroll information. They will also communicate with Human Resources and University departments to exchange information needed to resolve problems and meet deadlines. For a list of all responsibilities, click here

The ideal candidate should have an Associates degree in a business related field. They should have three to five years of experience in monitoring payroll issues. They should also have experience in spreadsheet and word processing software.

To learn more about the MSU Financial department, visit finance.msu.edu. To apply for this position, submit an application here by September 6.

Job of the Week: Communications Manager II

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from University Arts and Collections for a Communications Manager (805914). The University Collections and Arts initiatives supports units across campus including the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, the MSU Museum, the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act and more.

The Communications Manager is responsible for assisting in the development of a communications strategy that creates a visible presence for the arts at MSU. They will create a new media and public relations campaign that raises awareness of the arts as a key component of MSU’s educational, research and placemaking activities. For a list of all responsibilities, click here.

The ideal candidate should have a four-year degree in Journalism, English, Communications, Telecommunications, Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations or a related field. They should have three to five years of experience in public and media relations. They should also have experience in communications and project management.

For more information about University Arts and Collections, click here. To apply for this position, prepare a resume and cover letter and apply here by September 6.

Job of the Week: Culinary Services Retail and Events Manager

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from the Division of Student Life and Engagement for a Culinary Service Retail and Events Manager (801943). The Division of Student Life and Engagement engages students in active learning, ensures students are prepared for leadership roles and enhances educational environments.

The Culinary Service and Events Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating concessions, retail, cash, food sales, novelties and other areas related to the Culinary Services department. They will hire, train, schedule and review the performance of support staff. They will also coordinate with community service groups to provide work at athletic and special events. For a list of all responsibilities, click here.

The ideal candidate should have a four-year degree in hospitality business or business administration. They should also have three to five years of experience in management, retail, cash food operations and overseeing multiple operation sites.

To learn more about the Division of Student Life and Engagement, visit studentlife.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a cover letter, resume, three professional references and apply here by August 17.

Job of the Week: Administrative Business Analyst

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from the College of Music for an Administrative Business Analyst (799595). The College of Music is designed to foster innovation and creativity while helping every student achieve professional success. 

The Administrative Business Analyst is responsible for the accounting processes and financial reports for the Community Music School, including budget development and forecasting. They will monitor and analyze accounting records for the directors of the East Lansing and Detroit Community Music School programs. They will also communicate plans, objectives, policies and procedures to faculty and staff. For a list of all responsibilities, click here

The ideal candidate should have a four-year degree in a business-related field. They should have one to three years of experience in office work or operational activities. They should also have experience with word processing, database, spreadsheet, presentation, desktop publishing and web page software.

To learn more about the College of Music, visit music.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a resume, letter of interest, contact information for three professional references and apply here by August 23.

Job of the Week: Athletic Trainer I

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from the Division of Student Life and Engagement for an Athletic Trainer (posting 799902). The Division of Student Life and Engagement engages students in active learning, ensures students are prepared for leadership roles and enhances educational environments.

The Athletic Trainer is responsible for providing first-responder services for Club Sports, Intramural Sports and other participants. This includes injury care, evaluations, referrals, record keeping and follow-up. They will participate in athletic training education programs and serve as a liaison with Intercollegiate Athletics Athletic Training and the Olin Health Center. They will also collaborate with MSU Recreational Sports staff and the university community. For a list of all responsibilities, click here

The ideal candidate should have a Masters degree in Physical Education and relevant coursework in athletic training. They should also have three to five years of experience in athletic training and certification by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA). 
To learn more about the Division of Student Life and Engagement, visit studentlife.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a cover letter, resume, three professional references and apply here by August 9.

Job of the Week: Educational Program Coordinator I

This week, MSU Human Resources features a job posting from the College of Education for an Educational Program Coordinator (posting 797486). The College of Education has established a reputation for excellence and visionary thinking in its efforts to improve teaching and learning across our nation and world, particularly within the contexts of urban and global education.

The Educational Program Coordinator is responsible for organizing educational materials to inform participants of innovations, resources and offerings. They will develop agendas and coordinate dates and logistics for events like speakers, conferences, courses, etc. They will also gather information from meetings, evaluation forms and input to help design programs and materials. For a list of all responsibilities, click here

The ideal candidate should have a four-year degree in Educational Theory and Methodology or a related field. They should have six months to 1 year of experience in planning and overseeing conferences. They should also have experience in database, word processing and knowledge of website development.

To learn more about the College of Education, visit education.msu.edu. To apply for this position, prepare a cover letter and resume and apply here by July 26.