1) Assists with the program's financial responsibilities including but not limited to processing student aid using university financial systems,Â purchasing, expense reconciliation.
2) Assists with the program's communication and outreach strategy including but not limited to maintaining the program's website and social media accounts, compiling a bi-annual newsletter.
3) Assists with student programming and admissions events as needed including but not limited to the annual program retreat, admissions visits, student council meetings, peer mentoring events.
4) Serves as the program's administrative coordinator which involves various office-related duties as assigned.
1) Ability to navigate the challenges of working within a complex, decentralized environment.
2) Ability to successfully manage a workload which balances long-range planning with unanticipated daily demands.
3) Budget management skills.
4) Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate across teams and with immediate colleagues.
5) Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
6) Ability to maintain confidentiality required; excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
7) Knowledge of database management software preferred; attention to detail.
8) Excellent organizational skills.
9) Interest in process improvement.
10) Strong customer service skills.
11) Ability to interpret and implement grant guidelines with close attention to detail.
1) Bachelor's degree.
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1) Working with a team in a higher education or hospital setting.
2) NIH training grants.
3) University financial systems and/or student aid processes.
4) Working with students.
5) Data analysis and/or data visualization.
2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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