Posting Summary: Temp salaries generally start within the range of $16.00 - $20.00 per hour for this type of position. The initial two-week training period will be compensated at $14.00 per hour.
UVa Temp Services has created a new temporary job category for advanced administrative professionals. The University is committing to a two-week paid training program for 10 exceptional temporary employees that possess superior interpersonal skills, technical skills, flexibility, work ethic, experience, and proven success in a senior level administrative or project management role, and willingness to commit to long-term temporary work. If selected into this pilot program, the individual will receive the required training for many of the highly sought-after Integrated System responsibilities. This training will enable "Super Temps" to contribute immediately to departments and fill roles not otherwise possible by temporary employees. Upon completion of the two-week training, job placement is anticipated but not guaranteed, as available positions are dependent on the needs of the University.
The training program includes: An Introduction to UVa; Integrated System Finance and Human Resources training, including specific training in the Human Resources, Labor Distribution, Grants Management, Purchasing, and Accounts Payable modules, Jobs@UVa, I-9 Online, and the Student Information System. Participants will also receive advanced training in MS Word and Excel, available through SkillSoft, an online training catalog and complete online modules that are mandatory for all UVa employees including IT Security Awareness and Emergency Preparedness. This is a highly competitive process.
Required Minimum Level of Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent Required
Preferred Minimum Level of Education: Bachelor's Degree
Required Minimum Level of Experience: Some - up to 4 years
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Integrity-100% compliance with honest, confidential, and forthright behavior in all business activities.
Effective collaboration-Establishes and maintains respectful, cooperative and productive work relationships with co-workers, team members, supervisors, and other members of the University community.
Accountability-Organizes, prioritizes, and plans own work activities according to established timelines and schedules. Anticipates issues in accomplishing work and communicates in advance to effected parties. Manages multiple tasks effectively. Maintains flexibility.
Flexibility-Ability to adjust to varying work schedules.
Excellent communication-Professional, succinct, accurate, and diplomatic verbal and written communication.
Required Computer Applications: Proficient in MS Word and Excel, strong technical aptitude and ability to learn new procedures and processes quickly.
Must be proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite and office equipment such as phones and copiers.
Internal Number: 353_64613
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