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Where to Find the Job Opportunities-Here and Elsewhere

Listed below are the new job opportunities at the University of Pennsylvania. Where the QUALIFICATIONS are described in terms of formal education or training, prior experience in the same field may be substituted.

There are approximately 280 additional open positions for examination at the Job Application Center, Funderburg Information Center, 3401 Walnut St. (215-898-7285). Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. New openings are also posted daily at the following locations: Blockley Hall, the Wharton School and the Dental School.

A full listing of job opportunities is at the Human Resource Services website: Current employees needing access to the web, may go to the Computer Resource Center at 3732 Locust Walk with your PENNCard to obtain a list of computer labs on campus available for your use.

In addition, almost every public library in the Delaware Valley now provides web access. In the near future, as our office remodels the Job Application Center, we hope to have computers available for current employees and others to peruse the current job openings. Openings are also mailed to approximately 50 community sites weekly.

--Employment, H.R.

Please note: Faculty positions and positions at the Hospital and Health Systems are not included in these listings. For Hospital and Health System openings, contact 662-2999.

New Jobs for the week of January 19 to 23, 1998


Contact: Anna Marcotte

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II (010073AM) Oversee audio recording & archiving for large-scale broadcast data collection; track archive inventory & create cd-rom inventory; monitor recording schedules; audit segments of recorded data & log data; annotate transcripts & generate progress reports. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS or equivalent; experience in collection & management of speech data in academic setting; must be familiar with UNIX operating system & utilities; knowledge of another language strongly recommended, Spanish and/or Mandarin preferred; strong verbal & written communication skills. GRADE: G10; RANGE: $19,261-23,999; 1-19-98 Linguistic Data Consortium

ASSISTANT TO CHAIR II (010097AM) Oversee operation of office & program activities; update publications; coordinate faculty searches; prepare dossiers; maintain records & prepare statistical reports; schedule & coordinate appointments, meetings & conferences; interpret rules & regulations, student registration, scheduling courses & room assignments; coordinate, design & maintain Web pages & alumni newsletter. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS or equivalent; 1 to 3 years administrative experience preferably in academic setting; previous supervisory experience required; strong verbal & written communication skills; knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet & database software necessary; familiarity with University SRS. GRADE: P2; RANGE:$22,351-29,098; 1-21-98 Biology

BUILDING SERVICES ASSISTANT I (37.5 HRS) (111789AM) Inspect/report condition of structural, mechanical & electrical systems, monitor temperature control, cleanliness & presentation of facilities & rooms; schedule/track maintenance of rooms & vehicles; may supervise part-time employees; assist with building security & fire protection; report safety & health hazards. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma required, some college or trade school preferred; knowledge of maintenance procedures applicable to structural, mechanical & electrical systems; must have & maintain a valid driver's license. GRADE: G8; RANGE: $17,326-21,686; 1-19-98 SAS Facilities

MACHINIST RESEARCH II (40 HRS) (010096AM) Provide machining expertise in research machine shop working from drawings, blueprints, change-orders & interactions with scientists & engineers; emphasis on mill & lathe work with opportunity to program, setup & operate CNC milling machine; act as assistant foreman supervising 1 to 2 machinists. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma; 10 to 15 years of all-around machining experience; proven ability to read & evaluate mechanical drawings & to interact productively with scientists & engineers. GRADE: G12; RANGE:$26,133-33,725; 1-22-98; Physics & Astronomy

PROGRAMMER ANALYST I (010081AM) Develop 3D graphics software on SGI computer; maintain laboratory computers (SGI & Macintosh); maintain lab Web page; perform miscellaneous technical duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in Computer Science or Natural Science; 1 to 2 years programming experience; experience programming in C & working in UNIX environment. GRADE: P4; RANGE: $26,986-35,123; 1-20-98 Psychology


Contact: Alicia Brill

BUILDING SERVICES ASSISTANT (40 HRS) (010084AB) Perform receiving & shipping duties; maintain records; sort & distribute mail; tour facility; respond to requests from base station to secure unlocked doors; check problem areas; maintain log of activities; move laboratory equipment, furniture & other items as directed; may assemble furniture/equipment; maintain appropriate safety & security regulations; maintain building directories & signs. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma or equivalent; mechanical aptitude; ability to use simple tools; demonstrated interpersonal skills; ability to lift & move 75 lbs.; varied hours. GRADE: G8; RANGE:$18,481-23,132; 1-20-98 Facilities Management


Contact: Sue Hess

COORDINATOR V (05431SH) Responsible for management of computer retail store in absence of manager; produce & analyze financial data & reports; oversee work of support staff; oversee support staff & operational procedures. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in Accounting or Finance; 3 years experience in retail accounting; supervisory experience; ability to work independently & handle financial reporting & analysis; working knowledge of computers & computer product lines. GRADE: P5; RANGE: $29,664-38,677; 1-23-98 Computer Connection

MANAGER ACCOUNTING OPERATIONS II (010106SH) Serve as liaison with Office of Development Communications, Wharton External Affairs, SAS Donor Relations, Corporate & Foundation Relations & Alumni, Corporate & Private Donors; report on recipients & accounting data & fund restrictions; manage undergraduate endowed scholarship/loan & gift fund portfolio; develop publication materials regarding current named scholarships & loans for use by development offices & SFS; team member for SFS systems & accounting projects, involving upgrades & modifications; implement SFS training policies for University community regarding SFS systems. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS required; knowledge of student financial assistance programs highly desired; strong PC skills including Excel, Word & Access. GRADE: P8; RANGE:$39,655-52,015; 1-23-98 Student Financial Services

SERVICE MECHANIC (010098SH) (010099SH) (010100SH) (010101SH) Perform all building maintenance not requiring specialized skills of craftsperson; perform tighting/securing hardware, relamping fixtures, replacing recepticals, minor caulking, grouting, clearing drains, spot painting, etc.; evaluate each request; complete repairs & create follow-up request for more specialized repairs. QUALIFICATIONS:HS diploma (or GED) and/or trade school graduation; experience in general building maintenance preferably in university, hospital or hotel settings; must be able to work independently & own hand tools; must have valid PA drivers license. GRADE/RANGE: UNION; 1-22-98 Housing Services

SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE I (37.5 HRS) (010104SH) Provide technical pre-sales support for computers & related products; respond to walk-in & phone inquiries; operate computerized cash register. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma required, some college preferred; experience in retail and/or computer support center; working knowledge of Apple & PC computers; good customer service skills; ability to handle fast-paced/high-volume department. GRADE: G10; RANGE:$20,637-25,713


Contact: Anna Marcotte

DIRECTOR V (010092AM) Provide leadership to head office which places 500 to 600 law students in law-related public service settings; market public service & public interest programs; provide technical assistance (including grant writing), organizational resources & guidance to students; provide support for faculty & students in designing public service placements & public interest activities. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS required, JD strongly preferred; significant public interest/public service experience involving advocacy, counseling & management of staff required; comprehensive knowledge about delivery of legal services & issues of access to justice are needed so effective placements are identified & designed in collaboration with provider community; ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty, government officials & lawyers; minority & female applicants are encouraged to apply. GRADE: P8; RANGE: $39,655-52,015; 1-21-98 Law School


Contact: Anna Marcotte/Lynn Nash-Wexler

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I (010074AM) Respond to inquiries, enter data; assist in processing applications; oversee mailings; assist students with questions regarding programs; schedule events & meetings; word process correspondence & reports; create & maintain spreadsheets; serve as office receptionist. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma or equivalent; 2 years of clerical and/or secretarial experience or equivalent; familiarity with word processing & spreadsheet software; good organizational skills; excellent interpersonal skills. GRADE: G9; RANGE: $17,614-21,991; 1-20-98 Biomed Grad Studies

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I (40 HRS) (010087AM) Provide support to clinic; register patients; schedule appointments; collect payments; handle billing; answer telephones; transcribe; perform filing; operate standard office equipment. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma required, BA/BS in Social Science or health-related field preferred; 2 years related experience; knowledge of DSM-IV terms & diagnostic methods; strong interpersonal skills; computer proficiency; some knowledge of crisis intervention highly desired. GRADE: G9; RANGE: $20,130-25,133; 1-22-98 Psychiatry

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II (40 HRS) (010076AM) Receive, distribute & process information; ensure adherence to schedules; compile & summarize financial data; perform preliminary analysis of reports; schedule & coordinate appointments, meetings & conferences; plan daily agendas; coordinate travel/meeting agendas; arrange events/meetings; respond to inquiries; organize/maintain records/files; coordinate office workflow; may delegate work to part-time employees; type/proofread materials; compose correspondence & forms; answer/screen telephone calls; interpret & implement procedures to maintain office. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS desired; 3 to 5 years executive secretary experience; type 55 wpm; knowledge of office practices; knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets & Macintosh computers. GRADE: G10; RANGE:$22,013-27,427; 1-20-98 Rehabilitation Medicine

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II (40 HRS) (010103AM) Manage administrative coordination of Fellowship program; establish & distribute conference schedules; handle arrangements of lecture halls & other logistical needs for conferences; coordinate visiting professor lectures & accommodations. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma; 2 years of secretarial experience; experience in simultaneous multifaceted responsibilities; strong interpersonal skills required. GRADE: G10; RANGE: $22,013-27,427; 1-22-98 Gastroenterology

BUILDING SERVICES ASSISTANT, PART-TIME (20 HRS) (010075AM) Perform receiving/shipping duties & maintain records; handle & deliver mail; move laboratory equipment & furniture; operate audio/visual equipment; produce & place signs; transport & pack bags. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma or equivalent required, 2 years experience in related work environment preferred; ability to lift & move heavy objects; physically able to move about actively; mechanical aptitude; highly organized; must be customer oriented; must be able to work overtime on short notice. GRADE: G8; RANGE: $8.88-11.12; 1-20-98 Architecture & Facilities Management

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR III (40 HRS) (010086AM) Prepare budgets; produce financial activity reports; oversee property management; organize/maintain data systems; maintain file records/budgets; contact vendors & secure bids; prepare, process & record purchase orders, C-Forms, journals & invoices; reconcile accounts; coordinate & prepare budgets for clinical trials; maintain financial records. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in Accounting, Finance, Business or equivalent desired; 3 to 5 years experience demonstrating progressively increasing financial responsibility; knowledge of FinMIS/UMIS, office practices, methods & procedures; familiarity with microcomputers & spreadsheets using Macintosh; demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word & databases; excellent organizational & communications skills needed. GRADE: P4; RANGE:$26,986-35,123; 1-22-98 Cancer Center

CLERK II (40 HRS) (010077AM) Maintain central filing area; prepare charts; handle light typing & phones; locate & forward patient charts for appointments; print out schedules; create new patient charts; coordinate external requests for patient information; serve as back-up telephone coordinator/scheduler/collator; respond to telephone messages. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma; 1 to 3 years office experience; 6 months clerical experience; strong organizational, interpersonal & telephone skills required; good follow-through; attention to detail required; knowledge of standard office equipment; good communication skills; must be able to stand for prolonged period of time. GRADE: G5; RANGE: $14,714-18,069; 1-20-98 Rehabilitation Medicine

COORDINATOR V (010089AM) Serve as liaison between students & faculty; identify educational concerns; instruct & advise students on policies & procedures; organize meetings; prepare agendas; manage evaluations; schedule services/rotations; coordinate schedules; compile & disseminate information; coordinate programs & work with students. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS required in Business, Marketing or Health Management; 4 to 6 years experience; project coordination experience; knowledge of academic issues; strong communications & interpersonal skills; ability to work under time constraints. GRADE: P5; RANGE: $29,664-38,677; 1-21-98 Ophthalmology

HEALTH SYSTEM PHYSICIAN (010093LW) Serve as general internist at Radnor satellite facility; perform 50 hours per year of high quality teaching; participate in Divisional Conferences, meetings & seminars; participate in Radnor practice coverage schedule, including nights & weekends. QUALIFICATIONS: MD degree; Board Certification (or board eligibility) in internal medicine; current PA State Medical license & DEA license required; 1 to 3 years clinical experience in academic setting highly desired. GRADE:/RANGE: UNGRADED; 1-21-98 General Medicine

RESEARCH COORDINATOR JR (010066LW) Collect data by conducting interviews or tabulating surveys; enter data into computerized database; conduct data analysis; perform literature searches in library and on databases; write reports on literature reviews; assist with grant proposal development design data collection instruments; manage & organize data files; assist with manuscript preparations. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in research-related field; must have excellent computerized skills in statistical packages; strong verbal & written communication skills; position contingent upon grant funding. GRADE: P2; RANGE: $22,351-29,098; 1-19-98 Rheumatology

RESEARCH COORDINATOR (010102LW) Under general supervision, responsible to Director of Cancer Center Clinical Research Unit & Clinical Research Coordinator; provide data management support for extramural & intramural clinical trials; participate in conceptualization & formulation of new projects, including protocol development & IRB approvals; coordinate data collection & disseminate patient protocol information; ensure consistency of data collected at participating centers; monitor patient accrual, protocol adherence & data quality; coordinate data review; code & analyze data; prepare progress reports. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in scientific or related field; minimum 3 years prior professional experience in clinical research data management, including experience in data collection & analysis; knowledge of research methodology, study design & data analysis; prior experience with clinical trials required; knowledge of PC computers required; data management on micro computer database required; strong verbal & written communication skills; ability to prioritize & meet deadlines; detail oriented. GRADE: P3; RANGE: $24,617-31,982; 1-22-98 Cancer Center

RESEARCH SPECIALIST I (010088LW) Conduct & analyze experiments in cell & molecular biology of growth control; maintain lab & lab equipment; record & graph results; analyze data. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in science field or equivalent; minimum 1 year of extensive lab experience either during college career or after; experience with transcription reporter assays; knowledge of mammalian cell culture, general molecular biology techniques, SDS-gel electrophoresis & Western blotting; familiarity with cell cycle, growth factor & integrin literature; application deadline 1-29-98. GRADE: P2; RANGE: $22,351-29,098; 1-22-98 Pharmacology

RESEARCH SPECIALIST IV (101726LW) Provide senior level technical support in Cell Morphology Core, a service facility which provides investigators with access to technologies of in situ hybridization, immunocytochemistry at light microscope level & other morphological techniques; interface with faculty & staff; develop & implement scientific protocols in laboratory & standard operating procedures in context of Good Laboratory Practices. QUALIFICATIONS: MA/MS in biological sciences required, PhD preferred; formal training in cell morphology highly desirable; minimum 10 years experience with working knowledge of cellular morphology and/or immunology required; proven track record of research in cell biology including cell ultrastructure & morphology studies; knowledge of regulatory issues relevant to Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) will be important; excellent organizational, verbal & written communication skills required; ambitious research programs & protocols require hard-working & enthusiastic attitude, as well as flexibility to respond to changes within rapidly evolving field of gene therapy; ability to thrive in challenging & fast-paced environment needed; position contingent upon grant funding. GRADE:P6; RANGE: $32,857-42,591; 1-22-98 Institute for Human Gene Therapy

SECURITY SUPERVISOR, PART-TIME (22 HRS) (010094AM) Direct shift operations of Tour & Control Center Officers; review daily service requests, information, notices, activities & events; make work assignments; assure staffing coverage; maintain & operate security monitors; maintain University & School Safety & Security policies, procedures, regulations & emergency plans; train employees as required; take charge in emergency situations. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma & related post-HS training or equivalent; 2 years experience in security work (or equivalent); computer aptitude required with operation of access control system database; must qualify at & maintain supervisor level (level 2) proficiency for electronic security systems including access control & CCTV; physically able to move about actively; extensive walking & stair climbing required; good interpersonal skills; strong customer service orientation; ability to remain alert during periods of low activity; must be able to work overtime on short notice; applications will have to successfully pass police background security check. GRADE: G8; RANGE: $8.88-11.12; 1-21-98 Architecture & Facilities Management


Contact: Sue Hess

DIRECTOR VII (010080SH) Provide leadership in design, implementation & evaluation of LIFE's clinical services; accountable for day-to-day clinical management of LIFE program; assure coordination & continuity of collaborative, interdisciplinary & comprehensive client care in positive environment for teamwork; some direct clinical care responsibilities. QUALIFICATIONS: BS/MS in Nursing; minimum 5 years clinical & leadership experience in care of frail elders; licensure as professional nurse; certification as Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Nurse Specialist preferred; ability to perform interdisciplinary teamwork & team leadership; ability to work with culturally, economically & educationally diverse populations & to form positive interpersonal relations in dealing with wide range of staff as well as external contacts essential; self starter with strong organizational & time management skills; computer literate; strong verbal & written communication skills; position contingent upon viability of practice. GRADE: P10; RANGE: $48,822-64,066; 1-20-98 Nursing

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST I (010108SH) Schedule, prioritize & coordinate requests to maximize instructional & school-wide access to multimedia equipment; supervise part-time student employees for preventative maintenance, inventory control, setting up & delivering multimedia equipment; install software, apply patches, configure & troubleshoot & maintain computers, display systems & network connections in classrooms; work with computer lab manager & new media specialist to design system configurations; provide technical expertise for use of video conferencing equipment; manage inventory & scheduling with database software; manage access to test scoring machine & provide faculty training in use of machine & classroom systems; evaluate & recommend new technology; develop solutions to technical problems. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in Computer Science or MIS or equivalent experience; 1 to 2 years experience in computing & multimedia support; experience with computer projection & video conferencing systems required; knowledge of Windows/Intel computer systems required; knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, databases, E-mail & WWW required; ability to maintain scheduling/inventory database & extract ad hoc reports; demonstrated skill in computer troubleshooting & diagnostics; some knowledge of data networks, telecommunications & electronics required; excellent customer service skills, organizational & planning skills, verbal & written communication skills; ability to provide excellent supervision for 8 or more part-time employees; ability to lift 50 lbs. & move about actively; ability to work extended hours & some weekends. GRADE: P4; RANGE: $26,986-35,123; 1-23-98 Nursing


Contact: Sue Hess

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR IV (010078LW) Plan, organize & implement 5th reunion annual giving campaign & senior class fund drive using direct mail, telephone & personal solicitations; recruit, train & provide strategic support for volunteer solicitors; oversee paid student calling program & volunteer student telethons; develop strong external contacts; formulate program objectives, goals & fund-raising strategies; design solicitation & training materials; supervise staff, students & volunteers; manage program budget. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS; 2 to 4 years marketing/sales or fund-raising experience, preferably in college or university setting; experience in training small groups desired; prior supervisory experience desired; knowledge of fund-raising principles, concepts & techniques; excellent verbal & written communications skills; demonstrated experience & comprehensive understanding of telemarketing; demonstrated ability to plan, organize & implement solicitation efforts; strong technological proficiency; analytical skills; proven ability to work wide variety of constituents; valid driver's license required. GRADE: P5; RANGE: $29,664-38,677; 1-20-98 Penn Fund


Contact: Sue Hess

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I (010083LW) Under limited supervision, provide clerical support for animal procurement; validate orders; perform data entry, communicate with vendors, extensive interaction inter/intra-departmentally within research community; maintain files; produce reports & other documents as required. QUALIFICATIONS: HS graduate or equivalent; minimum 2 years clerical/secretarial experience; type 45 wpm; knowledge of Windows 3.1 or higher, Microsoft Word & Excel software; familiarity with species/strains of laboratory animals helpful; strong interpersonal skills required; ability to function independently, prioritize tasks & adhere to deadlines. GRADE: G9; RANGE: $17,614-21,991; 1-20-98 ULAR

COORDINATOR V (010079SH) Coordinate internal ISC staff recognition & orientation programs; facilitate information sharing across organization; assist in planning & goal setting; support agenda making & meeting organization; facilitate customer needs assessment, satisfaction measures & quality assurance initiatives; support intra- & interdepartmental communication, including key contact with University senior administration; play key role in ISC Web information provision; coordinate ISC interactions outside University with peer institutions, visiting scholars, professional organizations, community outreach, etc.; assist in ongoing benchmarking activities with industry & peers. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS or equivalent; minimum 3 years coordination experience, preferably in academic environment; general supervisory experience; general knowledge of Windows & Macintosh desktop systems, E-mail, calendaring & applications software; commitment to customer service, staff development & orientation; excellent organizational & communications skills; proven ability to interact professionally at all levels of an organization. GRADE: P5; RANGE: $29,664-38,677; 1-20-98 ISC

ELECTRONICS TECH III (010063SH) Supervise ISC network installation process related to operation of PennNet; perform walk-through surveys on PennNet wiring installations, testing & repair of newly & previously installed PennNet wiring, inspection & quality assurance of contractor wiring & termination, installation & interconnection of network-related electronics & thorough documentation of work completed; implement changes to network infrastructure, test current technology, contact associated users & install data networking electronics; provide assistance in training of junior staff; will receive training from Network Installation Supervisor for installation of walk-through survey process & cross-training for new wiring installations, designing wiring-closet backboard layouts & placement of electronic equipment & written reports. QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate from electronic technical school with focus on computer electronics or data networking, or equivalent; 3 years experience installing or maintaining data networking components or related experience; experience testing & terminating fiber optic cable; detailed knowledge of standard wiring components & techniques; knowledge of data networking electronics such as routers, Ethernet hubs, repeaters, bridges, terminal servers & modems; basic knowledge about Ethernet & TCP/IP; strong troubleshooting skills; ability to use & configure personal computers & to use UNIX systems to perform tasks; additional hours may be required. GRADE: G11; RANGE: $20,497-26,008; 1-20-98 ISC Networking

PROGRAMMER ANALYST II/III (010082SH) Responsible for development, operation & support of network applications, including E-mail, netnews, on-line directory, E-mail list services, authentication/authorization services & WWW applications; develop, test & implement software; write & implement data extract & load procedures for transfer of data between systems; assist in database design & maintenance; support providers of computing services on campus; prepare technical & user documentation; supervise student & contract workers as appropriate; interact with campus advisory boards as required. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in Computer Science or related field; PA II: minimum 1 to 2 years experience in developing network applications including strong programming & systems analysis skills; PA III: same as PA II except minimum 3 to 4 years experience; experience with UNIX, C, Web development (HTML, Perl, Java) & RDBMS (Ingress or Oracle) essential; experience in academic setting desired; strong written & verbal communications skills; may require some after-hours on-call time to support network applications. GRADE: P6/P7; RANGE: $32,857-42,591/$36,050-46,814; 1-20-98 Network Services


Contact: Anna Marcotte

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST II (121984AM) Provide front-line support to users for planning, developing/implementing & supporting information management systems; develop training & support structures to facilitate end user access to data; participate in evaluation, programming, testing & implementation of new software packages or enhancements; install, manage & maintain departmental Novell or NT LAN & applications; develop & conduct workshops; maintain hardware & software inventories. QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in Computer Science or Management Information Systems or comparable experience; 3 years of progressively responsible experience in computing support, including programming, system analysis, end-user computing support & microcomputer support; strong expertise in Windows applications including Windows 95 or NT, Excel, word processing, & communications software; query/report tools such as business Objects, SAS, Access with SQL; thorough technical knowledge of end user computing environments; knowledge of C & at least one other computer language; ability to communicate effectively. GRADE: P6; RANGE: $32,857-42,591; 1-20-98 WCIT

The following posting for Secretary IV was posted incorrectly on 1-16-98; below is the corrected posting.
SECRETARY IV (010071AM) Type & proofread, including mathematical examinations & manuscripts; develop & maintain records & filing systems; schedule & coordinate appointments & meetings; maintain department calendars; answer inquiries; interpret policies & procedures; handle mail; compose correspondence & forms. QUALIFICATIONS: HS diploma & some related post-HS training or equivalent; minimum 2 years secretarial experience; experience with word processing packages & office automation equipment; type 55 wpm; strong verbal & written communication skills. GRADE: G9; RANGE: $17,614-21,991; 1-16-98 Wharton

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