SENIOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANT, Dean for Student Life-Administration, to be responsible for reviewing, processing, and recording $19 million in billing for multiple dining partners. Will perform duties with minimal supervision, conducting work in an accurate and timely manner, ensuring that the financial transactions are in accordance with MIT and DSL policies and procedures, and informing the supervisor of any issues that may hold back the completion of work. Will report to the assistant director of finance and work closely with MIT staff, faculty, students, and vendors.
REQUIRED: a minimum five years of work experience in accounting or finance; ability to communicate effectively both verbal and in writing; demonstrated analytical skills; proficiency with business software, e.g., SAP, Microsoft Office, and FileMaker Pro; attention to detail; ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines; excellent interpersonal, communication and organizing skills; and the ability to work collaboratively and be a resource to other staff. Bachelor’s degree preferred, preferably as an accounting, finance, or business major. Job #13403-6
PROGRAM ASSISTANT, Office of Student Citizenship (OSC), to provide administrative support to staff, programs, and activities of the OSC, which is responsible for investigating and resolving complaints alleging student misconduct and educating students about community expectations and their responsibilities as MIT students. Will enable OSC to meet its mission by working on complex and sensitive student discipline cases; plan and coordinate seminars, meetings, programs, and other events; expertly arrange logistics needed for OSC to function effectively; and participate as a key member of a high-functioning team in a fast-paced environment. The ability to maintain confidentiality, accuracy, flexibility, and meticulous attention to detail will be important in this role as the work being done has educational, policy, and legal importance for MIT.
REQUIRED: five years’ related experience; outstanding verbal and written communication skills; excellent critical thinking skills; ability to accurately analyze complex circumstances, appreciate nuance, and understand the larger picture; and strong interpersonal skills. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Job #13622-6
ATHLETIC TRAINER, Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER) (2 openings), to participate in a seasonal sport assignment rotation, home and away event coverage, patient care, and clinical education of athletic training students. Will collaborate with other professional staff to prepare and oversee day-to-day operations of the Athletic Training Unit/Sports Medicine Center and handle other duties as assigned.
MIT sponsors thirty-three intercollegiate athletic teams and is a member of the NCAA Division III and the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference. Additionally, MIT sponsors club, intramural, and recreational activities for its registered students.
REQUIRED: a master’s degree (M.S. preferred); BOC certification as an athletic trainer, current MA state license or eligibility for state licensure, experience working as an athletic trainer for high-risk sports, an interest in developing effectiveness as a clinical education preceptor, and a valid driver’s license. Must attain and maintain CPR/AED and first aid instructor credentials. Job #13589
The athletic event schedule will require travel with teams as well as working evenings, weekends, and holidays during the academic year.
These are full-time, ten-month positions, beginning in August 2016. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.
ASSIGNMENTS ASSOCIATE, Housing, to oversee the administration of room assignments, short-term housing (sublicensing), and on-going individual room changes throughout the academic year for approximately 6000 residents. Will approve advertisements and applications; verify eligibility; manage cancellations, terminations, room switches, and housing wait-list; coordinate check in/out, early return, and late stay process; maintain accurate housing files and work within multiple database systems to assure accurate housing assignments and records for various resident categories; and provide trainings and explain and interpret housing policies and procedures to housing residents, applicants, and other members of the community and direct individuals to sources of additional information. Will also be responsible for billing processes, including damage and fee and non-student billing and responding to billing-related questions.
REQUIRED: a minimum of three years’ related experience; ability to prioritize, manage, and execute multiple tasks in a fast-paced office; excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills; strong organizational skills; ability to handle confidential matters with discretion and to work collaboratively in a team structure; and experience with computers and MITSIS/Banner, SAP, housing systems, and Microsoft Office. Required core competencies: focusing on customers (meeting customers' needs and being accountable for follow-up), collaborating and building relationships (building productive work relationships, cooperative, team player), communicating with influence (tailoring communication style and method for others; writing, speaking, and presenting effectively). A bachelor’s degree is preferred. Job #13582-5
Occasional nights and weekend work may be required.