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Application for Admissions Clerk

Department or office- School of Pharmacy Admissions

Student position title- Admissions Clerk

Location- School of Pharmacy, Office of Admissions

Supervisor- Mary Walters

Supervisor's email- mwalters@ndm.edu

Supervisor's phone- 4105325597

Job description- The Admissions Clerk in the School of Pharmacy will be responsible for executing light administrative tasks on a project/assignment basis.

Qualifications- The ideal candidate is punctual, holds professionalism in high regard - with respect to language and appearance, and is organized. The candidate should have basic knowledge of office equipment, as well as knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite. Data entry ability is critical.

 Work days and hours- Up to 20 hours/week

Semesters- Fall: Yes

Winterim: Yes

Spring: Yes

Summer (direct hire only): ---

Pay rate- $7.25

Number of positions- 1

Campus jobs are limited. Preference will be given to students who have accepted a Federal Work-Study award. In order to benefit from this preference, FWS students must indicate their FWS status above. Acceptance of a FWS award does not guarantee a campus job.

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