The Administrative Coordinator will be responsible for handling DRC program coordination and all non-research related payable and procurement activities related to the finance and accounting aspect of the Division of Endocrinology and the Obesity Center.
Responsible for the DRC program coordination, which includes NBDC conference lectures, program applications and the DRC and NORC website maintenance and systems administration.
Responsible for the administration of iLab for Divisional service centers and core facilities.
Process travel and business expense reports, reimbursements, and check requests.
Maintain and reconcile purchases made via P-card.
Process invoices and maintain service contracts for the Division.
Process purchase and change order requests.
Serve as liaison between the Division and the University's Purchasing Office to resolve issues.
Initiate transactions through the University financial systems for final review and approval.
Assist in telecommunication requests.
Process work orders for the Division.
Maintain Divisional Website.
Place general orders that are not research related.
Assist with training grant tables and submissions.
Perform additional related duties and responsibilities as assigned/requested.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education, training and/or experience, plus at least three years of related experience
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
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
Successful completion of applicable systems training requirements
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 504501
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