BAY MILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE is seeking an Administrative Assistant to the President’s Office.
This employee will perform multiple office functions in support of the Director of Information Technology and the Executive Assistant to the President including web page support, data reporting, meeting minutes, administrative documents, correspondence, and coordinating the flow of information. Responsible for maintaining electronic schedules of meetings, travel, and other activities. The position requires the exercise of initiative, independent judgment, and a high degree of discretion and confidentiality.
Qualified applicants would have an Associate’s Degree in Information Systems, Computer Applications, Office Technology, or related field that would provide software expertise for the efficient flow of information and processing of data. Additionally, the employee should have a minimum of three years’ experience working in an office setting. The applicant should have experience with Drupal, SharePoint, and other record storage software.
Candidates are subject to skills testing.
Application deadline is October 13, 2017.
Interested candidates must submit a .pdf file containing a letter of application, resume, references, copy of tribal affiliation (if applicable) and copy of all college transcripts (official transcripts required upon hire) to: Stacey Walden, Human Resources Director, Bay Mills Community College, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information call (906) 248-8426.
Bay Mills Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution. In accordance with the Indian Preference Act, PL 88-352 Section 707 (1) July 2, 1972, BMCC may grant first consideration for employment to Native Americans.
Annual Security Report 2017 In accordance with the Clery Act, Bay Mills Community College’s annual security and fire safety report is available online or at the front desk in the Administration Building or the Accounting Department upon request. This document provides information about reporting emergencies and crimes, emergency response and preparedness, timely warnings, and crime statistics for the last three years.