The Administrative Assistant II will provide support to the Medical Director in the Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine.
Provides oversight of the Medical Director's academic calendar, coordinates meetings and follows up on decisions as necessary.
Manages correspondence and serves as liaison to the Chief of Cardiology, NYP leadership and other core administrative units, divisions and centers within the department, CUMC, NYPH and affiliated hospitals/institutions.
Conducts follow-up on issues as needed; identifies issues, which may need attention and direct involvement of the Medical Director, Division Chief, Associate Chief, and Divisional Administrator.
Assists with general office management.
Responsible for various office functions including processing and reproducing materials; directing calls and inquiries; and receiving and greeting guests
Attends meetings, communicates with Committee chairs and members; prepares agendas and materials for meetings; and coordinates meetings with other faculty.
Performs other related duties and special projects as assigned.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in training, education, and /or experience plus at least three years related experience
Administrative experience with strong interpersonal, writing, and organizational skills
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Ability to manage multiple tasks and work autonomously within the scope of responsibilities
Ability to work independently and efficiently, as well as part of a team
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 502780
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