Under the direction of the Supervisor of the Outpatient Transplant clinic, the incumbent will perform front-end functions to support physician practices for all Transplant programs (Liver, Lung, Kidney, Pancreas, Small Intestine).
Organizing and planning varied work details
Writing, editing, typing and presenting of various documents and materials; preparing own correspondence and formatting reports
Organizing and maintaining Director's calendar
Providing information relating to specialized activities; advising students, patients, faculty, etc.
Organizing itineraries, coordinating and scheduling committee meetings and conferences; preparing and distributing of minutes; identifying assignments made to departments or divisions and implementing procedures for fulfilling those commitments
Manipulating, revising and retrieving text and data from video display terminal; utilizing more complex software packages
Assigning, coordinating and reviewing the work of others; training new lower level support staff
Specialized knowledge and experience in administrative functions of the department (e.g., grant administration, payroll, academic appointments, etc.)
Compiling statistical reports, analyzing and correlating data
Serving as contact between office (or supervisor) and other specialized units, which may include affiliated hospitals and institutions, as well as research, political and public relations institutions
Minimum related experience:
At least 2-3years related experience or equivalent in education and/or business experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 505475
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