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|The Part-time Service Delivery Assistant in the Office of Human Resources is responsible for conducting regular audits of data for compliance with University rules/policies and government regulations. Customer focus, analytical thinking, strong Excel skills and attention to detail are key. |
The audits performed by the Part-time Service Delivery Assistant include: benefits set up and deductions, work authorization/eligibility, part-time employee hours, and faculty education for the course catalog. In addition, the incumbent will assist with making sure deductions are set up for adjunct faculty in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement.
The incumbent will extract data from various systems, primarily from Datatel Colleague (via Informer) and Benefit Focus, merge data in Access/Excel and audit for discrepancies based on rules, policies, and procedures.
|High school diploma or equivalent.
- Demonstrated experience analyzing sensitive data
- Experience in a professional office environment
- Strong attention to detail
- Ability to problem solve effectively
- Excellent critical thinking skills
- Proficient knowledge of and experience with the Microsoft Office Suite
|The incumbent will work between 20 and 27 hours a week. Work schedule is flexible within the office hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. |
Applicants are strongly encouraged to include a resume and cover letter detailing their interest in a part-time position and applicable experience. AU offers Part-time employee benefits that can be found at http://www.american.edu/hr/upload/Benefits-and-Wellness-for-AU-Part-Time-Staff.pdf.
Hiring offers for this position are contingent on the successful completion of a background check.
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