The Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance at Boston University is currently seeking a Business Office Graduate Assistant for the 2018-19 academic year. The candidate will assist in the day to day functions of the Business Office. We are seeking a detail oriented candidate with strong organization skills, and the ability to take on a leadership role within the department.
The position is offered to an accepted candidate in a BU graduate program and requires a work schedule of 20-25 hours per week during fall, spring and summer semesters. The award consists of up to 8 credits of tuition remission per semester and a $12,000 stipend, paid over a twelve-month period on a weekly basis. The position is renewable for a second year contingent upon the satisfactory performance of the individual during the first.
Assist Business Office team with the following duties . . .
Oversight of departmental cashiering and depositing. Areas of responsibility include but are not limited to pro shop, facilities, non-credit programs, intramural and club sports.
Assist with the reconciliation of all departmental accounts.
Providing assistance with day to day business functions including vendor invoicing, administration, generating disbursements and purchase orders.
Oversight of the administration of club sports as it relates to departmental and university business practices.
Hiring, training, and supervision of Business Office student staff. Assist in the development of all departmental part-time staff.
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
Familiarity with Microsoft Office suite and Excel in particular
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and two current letters of recommendation to:
Dept. of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance BU Fitness and Recreation Center
About Boston University Dept. of Phys Ed, Rec & Dance
The Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance is committed to providing unparalleled educational and instructional programs, services and facilities to Boston University students, faculty, staff and alumni that promote health and wellness, provide recreational activities and strengthen campus community. Boston University is an equal opportunity employer.