Performs senior level duties in maintaining various accounting records for a dept or college.
Performs specific/specialized clerical, accounting, customer service, registration, records/document maintenance etc., for college, office, or dept.
This 1st level of administrative support performs standard secretarial and/or minor administrative duties under the direct supervision of either various higher level staff/faculty members, management and/or in some cases, lower level executive management.
Performs both standard and more advanced administrative duties normally under general supervision of Deans/Chairs of depts. Typical duties include performing standard secretarial and/or minor administrative duties, in addition to other specific duties as assigned/required that may include supervision of other support staff, student workers or temporary hires.
Performs a variety of professional and administrative duties in support of the day-to-day operations of a function, program, and/or dept; assists in program planning & development; interpret, monitor, & analyze information regarding operating policies & procedures; administers budgets; & coordinate academic and/or staff personnel matters. Performs "basic" administrative support duties; not a secretarial position.
Repair equipment, clean, and maintain all aerobic machines and weight equipment (includes bikes, cycling bikes, treadmills, elliptical, and other fitness equipment); perform preventive maintenance of equipment; troubleshoot minor problems; other related tasks as assigned/required.
2nd senior administrative official in line responsible for directing a dept, division, or college and reports to a Director.
2nd senior administrative official with principal responsibility for the performance of the Registrar's duties; functions typically include registration, classroom scheduling, maintenance of student records, graduation clearance and related matters; other duties as needed.
Performs mid-level work in a unit of Human Resources performing support functions associated with the personnel process.
Responsible for the coordination and supervision of all services functions in an assigned facility provided to the campus community; maintain facilities and equipment and provide assistance to campus wide users; perform other related tasks as assigned.
Provides entry-level coordination of the business affairs of a small to mid-sized department, college or unit. Responsible for coordinating, reviewing and assuring that business transactions follow established fiscal and procedures of the University; monitor purchasing card activity; provide assistance/support in the preparation of department budget; prepares budget amendment requests; review and approve travel reports. Serve as liaison to Business Services and other administrative units. May supervise student assistant workers.
Provides advanced level coordination of the business affairs of a large department, college or unit. Ensures that all business transactions are compliant with established fiscal and procedures of the University; develops and facilitates business unit's financial policies and procedures; monitors purchasing card activity; serve as primary liaison to Business Services and other administrative units; prepare department budget/budget amendments requests; review and approve travel reports; maintains department records; coordinates personnel actions for staff and faculty.
3rd senior administrative official in line responsible for directing a dept, division, or college and could report to either an Associate Director or Director.
Develops, implements and oversees programs and services in assigned office, college, division or department.
Supervises the activities of either building services, skilled labor of the carpentry shop, grounds and landscaping services for the university's campus; will plan work schedules/assignments; oversee the operation of the various shifts (if needed); trains and teaches proper work methods & techniques to the Forepersons; prepares reports on work performed by subordinates, employee attendance, safety, personnel issues, etc.
Under supervision perform duties in accordance with established standards and instruction, maintain the appearance of offices, classrooms, hallways, laboratories, lobbies, lounges, elevators, stairways, and restrooms by performing housekeeping duties such as dusting, vacuuming, sweeping and trash removal.
Responsible for developing/administering policies and procedures, budgetary decisions, extensive scope/impact of decisions on both internal and external contacts. This is an "intermediate level"
Responsible for developing/ administering policies and procedures, budgetary decisions, extensive scope/impact of decisions on both internal and external contacts. This is an "intermediate level" position will be responsible for a subdivision/sub-unit of a department.
This position will provide first level instructional and/or technical professional development to faculty, staff and students at k-12 public and private educational institutions. Providing general knowledge and modeling of educational technology use within classrooms and other education environments will be fundamental to this position. This position will also involve face-to-face, blended, and online contact with clients. Some contact will be on a one-to-one basis or in groups covering software or hardware. Developing class content and materials, creating appropriate documentation as necessary, and performing more significant marketing of KSU iTeach Center services will be part of position requirements. Some weekend, early morning, or evening hours required. Travel to client locations in and around metro-Atlanta will be frequent.
Provide manual custodial care for institutional buildings and facilities; inspect buildings and generate work orders for maintenance items; OR Lead and perform all aspects of landscape installation through 3rd line coordination, supervision for project and ground maintenance; OR receive and/or route campus service/maintenance telephone calls and for recording, routing, and dispatching work orders to the appropriate shop; other related tasks as assigned.
Performs a variety of professional and administrative duties in support of the day-to-day operations of a function, program, and/or dept.
Performs advanced level work OR acts as Lead Specialist in a unit of Human Resources performing support functions associated with the personnel process.
Provide support for assigned databases; respond to database & user problems; monitor database error logs to ensure proper capacity & availability; execute database software installations, data base creations/configurations, & loads; monitor performance & primary and backup systems.
Provides technical and advanced level expertise in planning, developing, testing and documenting integrated computer application programs for a central administrative system, and ensures that program modules conform to coding standards under limited supervision and while mentoring lower skills programmers. Develops complex functional queries; functional support of end users including issue identification and resolution; conducts application training/workshops; functions as liaison between end users and technical support staff; documents data definitions; security administration; assists with data modeling.
Provide second tier customer support to the campus user community including issues related to email, file sharing and data recovery procedures; perform as primary administrator of mission critical servers in ITS, including those that provide enterprise wide file, print, email and directory services to campus; administer all ITS Windows and Novell server data archiving systems; manage server hardware for IBM Blade chassis, servers and tape backup devices.
Plans and coordinates building, facilities, or planting & grounds services; reviews existing policies and procedures and recommends modifications as needed; provides general management support; coordinates training functions for unit, as prescribed by the unit trainer; assists in special projects; monitors performance of contractors of off-site properties; maintains records for properties; other related tasks as assigned.
Plans and coordinates building, facilities, or planting & grounds services; reviews existing policies and procedures and recommends modifications as needed; provides general management support; coordinates training functions for unit, as prescribed by the unit trainer; assists in special projects; monitors performance of contractors at off-site properties; maintains records for properties; other related tasks as assigned.
Entry-level position that performs basic library-related tasks. Duties may include check-out functions at the circulation desk, receiving and processing library materials in the acquisitions unit, basic copy cataloging of monographs, and assisting with collection management routines (e.g. shelving, and book repair).
Entry level technician. Perform independent and moderately complex maintenance work including detection and correction of mechanical failures. Perform all general, preventative and supportive maintenance tasks. Assist Technician III level techs and/or Master Craftsperson on emergency and corrective maintenance.
Intermediate level Technician. Perform all general, preventative and supportive maintenance tasks. Assist level III techs and Master Craftsperson on emergency and corrective and/or preventative maintenance. Perform independent and high level complexity maintenance work including detection and correction of mechanical failures.
Performs administrative and/or supervisory duties in managing an office and staff (i.e., support functions) of a dept/division/college; may have responsibility for materials, establishing schedules, establishing & maintaining policies & procedures.
This position supports the strategic marketing and communication goals of the University, its Colleges and operating departments by working directly with campus-wide customers to help shape effective marketing strategies that achieve measurable outcomes. The staff member reports to the Director of Marketing, and works frequently with team members to develop and implement communications strategies aimed at informing and influencing the university’s key audiences and stakeholders. Marketing team members develop and evaluate research-informed plans and campaigns, including: creating advertising, marketing copy, letters, memos, reports, and other forms of communication aimed at increasing enrollment, increasing philanthropic support, improving name recognition, and enhancing the prestige of Kennesaw State and its departments and units. The productivity level, volume of work, and enterprising nature of this professional position requires high output and an enterprising, results-driven approach to the role.
Develops, implements and oversees programs and services in assigned office, college, division or department
Provide guidance and counseling to students in academic matters including the selection of courses, course prerequisites, etc.
Performs general patrol & operational police duties, such as making arrests & enforcing criminal codes & statutes; may assist in investigations or serve as a member of special teams or task forces; carries a firearm; other related tasks as needed.
This position will provide mentoring, leadership and supervision of the staff of the university police department as a member of the leadership staff assigned to a specific operational areas of responsibility. Position will also be responsible for supervisory enforcement duties involving general and criminal regulations and institutional rules and regulations in order to provide for the protection, safety, and welfare of students, employees and property within the areas under the control and authorized jurisdiction of the agency.
Develops, implements and oversees programs and services in assigned office, college, division or department; be responsible for the oversight of operations and maintenance of said office, college, division, or dept.
Under the direction of the Director and/or Associate Director of the Internal Audit Department, the Senior Information Technology Auditor will perform professional internal auditing work at Kennesaw State University (KSU). The Senior Information Technology Auditor will plan and complete information technology (IT), financial, compliance, and operational audits and perform special projects and consulting services for the organization’s management, faculty, and staff. The Senior Information Technology Auditor will have strong communication skills and will acknowledge and respond to customer needs as they arise to ensure customer satisfaction.
Performs mid-level clerical, accounting, customer service, registration duties for a department or college.
Develops, implements and oversees programs and services in assigned office, college, division or department; be responsible for the oversight of operations and maintenance of said office, college, division, or dept
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