The University at Buffalo is accepting applications in a continuous recruitment effort to fill current and future temporary Staff Assistant positions. Applicants are contacted on an as-needed basis to fill temporary positions ranging in duration from one week up to one (1) year. Positions range in hours from part-time to full-time. Campus and department may vary depending on the assignment.
As a temporary Staff Assistant, you will spend the majority of your work time performing a combination of administrative tasks which may include:
- Providing general administrative support
- Assisting with budget
- Assisting with projects
- Preparing documents and reports
- Assisting with the coordination and planning of events
This is a great opportunity to gain on-campus experience and professional references. As a temporary employee, you can explore various departments and positions while getting a feel for what it’s like to work at The University at Buffalo. It is not a guarantee when you join the temporary pool that you will find a permanent position with the university.
At The University at Buffalo, we recognize the advantages diversity brings to the workforce and have a strong interest in recruiting candidates from underrepresented minority groups and diverse backgrounds. We hope to build a pool of applicants that is reflective of the diverse student population and the larger UB community.
If you are a current undergraduate student seeking employment opportunities, please contact Career Services to learn more. http://www.buffalo.edu/career.html
This is a pooled posting; positions are filled on an as needed basis.
University at Buffalo is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Experience performing administrative tasks or providing customer service
- Ability to work collaboratively
- Effective problem solving skills
A combination of education and experience or relevant military training may be considered in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree on a year for year basis.
- Experience interacting with a broad and diverse population
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office products including Word and Excel