Job ID: 2019-6858 Type: Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) (AS1111) # of Openings: 1 Category: Academic Program Support New York University
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Program Administrator to join the Molecular Design Institute (MDI). This individual wll manage overall administration (finance, management and operations) for the Institute. Develop and administer annual budgets for the Institute and related facilities (labs, apartment/housing, and administrative space). Interpret University, school and government guidelines, policies and procedures. Manage day-to-day operations for all MDI facilities; ensure space utilization and technical requirements for research programs are met. Develop and implement administrative policies, including safety protocols and guidelines. Design and maintain website for the MDI as well as websites for its research groups. Plan meetings and events; formulate programs with the MDI faculty.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field, preferably in Chemistry or an allied field.
Required Experience: 2+ years relevant experience or equivalent combination. Must include experience with overseeing office and program activities, administering budgets, supervising staff, and web design.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication, and organizational skills. Familiarity with word processing, graphics software, spreadsheet, and database software, PC and MAC computers. Ability to design and maintain web sites. Familiarity with grants processing. Ability to work with a broad spectrum of individuals (students, faculty, staff, international).
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