Office Manager, Office of Academic Affairs - Georgetown University Law Center
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Office Manager, Office of Academic Affairs – Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown Law’s Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) provides academic resources and support to J.D. students and faculty, and leads the Law Center’s curricular planning, course scheduling, and academic policy development. OAA academic advisors are available to assist students with planning their course-load to maximize their time here at the Law Center and prepare them for the legal field.
Reporting directly to the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, and providing additional oversight for the Front Desk Coordinator and the Adjunct Services Program Coordinator positions in support of the Executive Directors, the Office Manager provides critical support for the daily operation of the Office of Academic Affairs in its services for students and faculty.
They assist in administering and managing the budget, oversee purchasing and reimbursement requests, assist with data collection and reporting to ensure priorities are met; and oversee key publications and communications; and help coordinate and staff the administrative support. The Office Manager oversees the Office of Academic Affairs’ webpages and assists with the publication of the Georgetown Law Student Handbook of Academic Policies.
Familiar with the intricacies of both the scheduling teams’ and advising teams’ projects, services, and needs, the Office Manager coordinates the efforts of those two teams, and is also familiar with the policies and practices of both the Office of Academic Affairs and the Law Center as a whole.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent
- 5 years professional experience
- Proficiency in use of Microsoft Office applications, including Word and Excel, Adobe, and Google Applications for Education
- Experience managing budgets and expense reports
- Strong organizational, oral, and written skills and attention to detail
- Demonstrated interpersonal skills, including the ability to act with diplomacy and tact, and to exercise sound judgment and discretion when dealing with confidential and sensitive information
- Commitment to working with a diverse student body, faculty, and staff
- Experience with WordPress or other website publication
- Familiarity with Canvas, Symplicity, Banner, Leepfrog, Watermark, and/or other educational technologies
- Experience with accessible design for ADA accommodations
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