State Classified Employment for Transfers or Reinstatementsabc. This is a weekly listing of all current state classified vacancies at CSU for which transfers or reinstatements may be considered. These are defined below:
Transfers: Transfer is an appointment of a qualified employee to a different position in the same class or with the same grade maximum. An employee or an appointing authority may initiate a transfer. When the appointing authority(s) initiates the transfer within the same department and the employee refuses it, the employee is deemed to have resigned. If the transfer is outside 25 miles, is longer than 6 months, and was not a condition of employment, the employee's name is placed on the reemployment list. Due to CSU's temporary hiring suspension, candidates interested in posted transfer positions may or may not be eligible for consideration.
Reinstatements: Reinstatement is a discretionary appointment of a former or current employee to a class in which the person was certified and either resigned or voluntarily demoted in good standing. The person may be reinstated to a related class with the same or lower grade maximum than the previously certified class.
Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Patholoby
Candidates who are currently working at the Administrative Assistant II level or have been previously certified at the Adminsitrative Assistant level are eligible to apply for this position.
This Administrative Assistant II will provide a variety of administrative tasks which include the use of various software packages to assist faculty, staff and students in the department. Duties may include front desk reception, customer service, mail/package distribution, building proctoring, processing Kuali documents, PCard reallocation, filing, printing billing/financial reports, review monthly financial statements, and other administrative duties as assigned.
Duties include but are not limited to:: Greet students, faculty, staff, and other stakeholders. Help answer questions or direct people to other team members for guidance. Serve as primary contact for facility needs in Microbiology to maintain the building and equipment. Assist team with monthly account reconciliation process, print financial statements, Telecom bills, process purchase requisitions and disbursement vouchers, print purchase orders, and file billing documents. Serve as PCard reallocator for MIP main campus employees. This involves collecting receipts for PCard purchases, scanning & attaching receipts to Kuali reallocations. Print and distribute monthly statements with supporting documentation. Maintain all necessary PCard files. Help the DMIP/office with miscellaneous or spontaneous projects as needs arise.
Interested candidates should forward their resume, cover letter and three professional references to: Mindy Schneider, HR Specialist email@example.com
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