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They said the range is between 32,000-38,000. What amount should I shoot for or no less than???? I am a newly BA holder emphasis in Mgmt/75wpm/1080ksph/Advanced understandig of MS Excel, access, pp, and ms project/very organized, reliable and detail oriented. No experience in a supervisor role. And the position is in Ann Arbor so I would commute 120 miles total per day until I actually move their (which I plan to do). Here is the qualification and description of the job: Desired qualifications: Minimum of an Associates Degree highly desired, Bachelors Degree preferred, or minimum 5 yrs experience in a production oriented office setting. Computer literate; data entry experience with ability to accurately type 40-45 wpm; strong working knowledge of spreadsheets, business objects reports (running and creating), Access databases and similar programs. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated maturity and ability to make decisions regarding handling of procedures for applications and related materials; ability to work independently and to interact with administrative staff, managers, students, and other internal and external customers. Demonstrated leadership ability and organizational skills. Flexible, reliable, detail oriented individual familiar with HeProd, the student module of M-Pathways. Knowledge of University policies and procedures. Job Summary: The Office of Undergraduate Admissions (OUA) seeks a knowledgeable and energetic Team Leader (market title: DATA CONTROL CLERK LEAD) to oversee the data entry/credit evaluation processing areas. Under the oversight of the Data Entry Senior Supervisor, the Team Leader would work with the staff to coordinate the workflow for entering information from the undergraduate application and transcript into the database in a timely and efficient manner so the applicants can be reviewed by the Recruitment Team with an end result of enrolling an exceptional class. Responsibilities: Responsible for training 20 data entry clerks/credit evaluators to enter and process 35,000+ freshman and transfer applications and evaluate/post transfer credit. Establish and maintain training processes and procedure manuals. Provide interpretive information to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions staff and serve as an information resource for M-Pathways coding and processing. Report any problems occurring that involve assignments, materials, procedures, and personnel to appropriate management staff; submit ITS Helpdesk tickets as necessary. Serve as a key staff member for responding to student inquiries through Right Now or lockbox systems and/or providing background information to appropriate staff as requested. Serve as leader for processing applications and special projects in the data entry/credit evaluation areas. Prioritize and establish daily assignments for staff, assigned temps and/or work study students through workflow queues; distribute, collect and prepare information from staff dashboard entries for submission to supervisor as requested; facilitate appropriate routing of materials and perform moderately complex tasks within the area. Review work being done within the area to assure accuracy, correctness, and clarity of job responsibilities; resolve problem cases, errors, and update issues. Provide support posting credits, entering and processing freshmen/transfer applications into M-Pathways for that area. Assist in the development and revision of unit processes and procedures in response to technological or organizational changes and enhancements. I have experience as a Tax Preparer, Post Closing Auditor, CSR(DTE Energy), Bank Teller, Office Assistant(at a University)

Asked By: closure - 5/2/2011
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YOu have good qualificatiions for the job, but as a recent grad, no experience to bring to the table. Your commute is not an issue in the negotiation, only your qualifications and ability to perform the work required. I'd say shoot shy of the top but with enough wiggle room for them to counter offer and still end up... More
Answered By: Piggiepants - 5/2/2011
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You have no experience so you don't bring much to the table except the desire to work and learn. You can ask for slightly above minimum but you will be asked why you deserve more.
Answered By: Mike - 5/2/2011
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