Administrative Assistant

Company Name:
Robert Half Office Team
Brighton based, for profit education center, is looking for a full time/part time Administrative Assistant/Financial Aid Advisor for a temporary leave coverage. The Financial Aid representative will be responsible for maintaining appointment calendars, helping students prepare their FAFSA forms, and assisting students with general questions regarding their financial aid. If you are interested and qualified please apply at our website .
OfficeTeam is the world''s leader in quickly matching skilled administrative professionals with temporary and temporary-to-full-time jobs. We offer job opportunities ranging from executive and administrative assistants to customer service representatives, receptionists and general office support. Our staffing managers connect with more than 100,000 hiring managers in North America every single week. In addition to free job search services, we provide access to free online skills training and a competitive benefits and compensation package. Our parent company, Robert Half, once again was listed on FORTUNE magazine''s list of "World''s Most Admired Companies." (March 18, 2013). OfficeTeam is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply for this job now or contact us today at for additional information. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States. All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada.
Req ID: 02260-104685
Functional Role: Secretary/Admin Asst
Country: USA
State: MI
City: BRIGHTON
Postal Code: 48116
Compensation: $13.46 to $15.59 per hour
Requirements: All eligible Administrative Assistants will have 2+ years of experience working in Financial Aid. Experience working in two year, for profit institutions is preferred, but not required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is a must.

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