Provides high level administrative support for the Associate Dean for Research and the Center for Research and Health Analytics (CRHA) within the College of Nursing; monitors financial status and reviews all expenses for CRHA, Associate Dean's research accounts, center programs and related initiatives; assists in the preparation of correspondence, articles, proposals, reports and educational materials for publication; serves as primary contact for Associate Dean projects; participates in the evaluation and selection of research forum topics, instructional materials, and speakers; coordinates all operational and administrative activities for the center; performs complex administrative duties of a responsible, sensitive and confidential nature requiring considerable independence of action; oversees and manages fiscal activities; resolves issues; initiates and develops policies and procedures as they relate to the center; acts as liaison to transdisciplinary faculty and organizations inquiring about center programs; represents the center to various center constituencies (students, other faculty, other staff, and clinical or industry partners); schedules and oversees student research assistants; independently researches and prioritizes incoming issues and determines appropriate course of action, referral, and/or response; updates web pages and facilitates social media; provides administrative and clerical support to the Associate Dean and the Director of Data Science and Discovery; maintains Associate Dean's appointment calendar; makes all travel arrangements for a variety of regional, national and international meetings for Associate Dean and center personnel; coordinates Associate Dean involvement in university events; composes correspondence and drafts materials for the Associate Dean’s review.
Bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent combination of education and experience; considerable experience in project planning; strong oral and written communication skills; considerable experience in an administrative capacity; knowledge of university policies, procedures, rules and regulations; experience and/or training using word processing equipment to generate a variety of materials ranging from basic to complex; Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint skills; experience and/or training in office practices and procedures and customer service.
Experience in event planning and organization of program materials; experience in facilitating social media (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and excellent organizational skills and initiative.
Target Salary: $21.63-$25.00 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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