This week we’re highlighting an Accountant II position at Intercollegiate Athletics (Posting #6376). Some of the job duties for this position include managing the accounting and serving as the fiscal officer for assigned departmental accounts and/or events; preparing financial reports for both internal and external constituents; developing, implementing, and overseeing accounting controls for the department; interacting with staff to provide direction on business transactions and resolve problems. For a complete description of this position, and to view all of our current postings, please go to www.jobs.msu.edu and select Support Staff under the Fast Jobs Search.
MSU is known for its beautiful campus year round, but come spring time, nature takes its course and the campus really blossoms. The MSU Horticulture Department is to thank for the many gardens campus has to offer, as well as gardens beyond East Lansing. Check out the video below to get a sample tour of some of these amazing gardens, including the Judith A. DeLapa Perennial Garden, the Amien & Florence Carter Annual Garden, the Children’s 4-H Garden, and the Clarence E. Lewis Landscape Arboretum, all located near the Plant and Soil Sciences Building on campus. Check out this video on the MSU Gardens here.
If you ever have to bring another vehicle on campus or you forget your parking validator, you may assume you’ll be getting a parking ticket. Luckily, there is a helpful option for those sticky situations! It’s called Calendar Permission.
MSU Police offers Calendar Permission one day out of each calendar month. It is issued in situations when you are driving a different vehicle for the day, or when you use the validator system and you’ve forgotten your validator. To receive Calendar Permission, call the Parking Office as soon as you arrive on campus at 517-355-8440, ext. 0. Let the phone operator know you need a Calendar Permission. The operator will ask for your name and the license plate number of the vehicle that you have on campus that day.Continue Reading… What happens if I don’t have my parking permit?
This week we’re highlighting an Administrative Assistant I position at the MSU Student Health Center (Posting #6365). Some of the job duties for this position include establishing, monitoring, maintaining and overseeing files and records for students in academic classes taught by the department; collecting and interpreting CDC/MPH HIV testing information in order to produce reports and enter statistical data into the MPH database; writing funding proposals, compiling records and submitting bills for funded programs; assisting in developing and overseeing the operational and administrative functions of academic course sections. For a complete description of this position, and to view all of our current postings, please go to www.jobs.msu.edu and select Support Staff under the Fast Jobs Search.
In case you missed it, here’s the June 2012 HR Source newsletter!
Headlines at a Glance:
- MSU Named as One of Top Employers
- Email Notification of Missing Supervisors
- Community Charitable Campaign Goes GreenContinue Reading… Source Newsletter – June 2012 Edition
We’re happy to share that Best Doctors, Inc., a service offered to MSU employees, has been named to four nationally prominent public affairs organizations since launching its public affairs presence this year.
The four organizations include the National Coalition on Health Care (NCHC), the National Business Group on Health (NBGH), the NEHI (formerly the New England Health Institute), and the American Benefits Council (ABC).Continue Reading… Best Doctors Named to Four National Public Affairs Organizations
Thank you to everyone who participated in our MSU Construction Trivia Contest! Out of our many participants, we had six people get all of the answers correct. Our two winners who sent in their answers first were Sue Hopper and Ann Taft!
Both winners will receive a prize pack, courtesy of MSU Physical Plant!Continue Reading… MSU Construction Trivia Answers & Winners!
Here are some events happening over the next two weeks that may be of interest to MSU faculty and staff. Please visit the links for more information. Many events require registration.
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Are you ready for a new trivia contest?! Below are a set of five multiple choice questions taken from the MSU Construction website. Track down the answers and email your best guesses to firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of the day on Monday for a chance to win an MSU Physical Plant prize pack! The two people who email us first with all of the correct answers will win. If two people don’t get them all correct, it will be two people who get the most correct first. Good Luck!
1. How many types of construction projects are there?Continue Reading… MSU Construction Trivia Contest!
This week we’re highlighting an Executive Secretary II position in Student Affairs and Services (Posting #6310). Some of the job duties for this position include providing professional administrative support to the Assistant Vice President (AVP) for Strategic Initiatives with some administrative oversight for the Neighborhood Engagement Initiatives and for strategic planning for the Division of Student Affairs and Services. For a complete description of this position, and to view all of our current postings, please go to www.jobs.msu.edu and select Support Staff under the Fast Jobs Search.