The Special Project Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support for special projects and activities.
Must be enrolled as a York student
Previous work experience may be considered
Ability to demonstrate organizational skills to carry out a variety of tasks. Ability to meet deadlines and organize time effectively. Ability to present data in a variety of document and display formats. Ability to use research methods to identify and verify information. Ability to use social & digital media to effectively communicate or respond to others.
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