I'm Academic Records Coordinator for a small theological college. This is my crazy CRAZY time, and I'm only on here right now because I'm waiting for the last of a gazillion reports to print off.
A break right now is sweet.
I keep all the students academic records, and manage the database that contains them. (We're about to upgrade that, to include two other units, and it will be the first time I have not built the system myself. I have mixed feelings about that, but it's the right decision, because I simply don't have time to do that and stay on top of my regular duties.) As well, I do whatever statistics are required regarding enrollments, for our accrediting body and for other purposes; I build the class timetable; and I have a large part in the preparations for Convocation (which is next Monday).
Mostly I like it. I love the students. This is actually a very hard time of year for me, because there are a lot of "goodbyes" about to happen, and not a lot of energy left. Just typing those words has brought tears to my eyes.
My coworkers? Mostly good, many exceptionally so, a few who cause me to scratch my head frequently, none that I can't stand. My boss? The best.