1) Support CAPS/MPEEC Medical Director in developing strategic plan
2) Support management of annual requirements for contracts, grants, including applications, quarterly reports, data collection and management, budget and program plan development, site visit preparation, collaborative engagement with URA and Department of Pediatrics Grants Office to ensure contract and subcontract execution
3) Develops and maintains task-oriented agenda for Program Medical Director
4) Responsible for financial planning and management with Section Administrator and Medical Director, ledger monitoring and oversight of purchases and reimbursements
5) Support website and other promotional material development
6) Develops and supervises utilization of databases/tracking systems for reporting requirements
7) Organizes quarterly trainings, including the development of agendas, surveys and handouts; responsible for scheduling, oversight of registration, parking, and refreshments
8) Develops and manages REDCap survey for quarterly reports, including generating summaries
9) Assists with dissemination of memos, reports and correspondences with agencies and internal agencies
10) Assists in organizing interagency meetings with DCFS and MPEEC hospitals
11) Oversight, education and management of clerical support staff with regard to resident scheduling, court commitments, clinical information organization
12) Management of purchasing needs (e.g., computers and other electronics)
1) Knowledge of computerized systems and various software packages used in research and research administration, including Microsoft Excel, Access and Word and REDCap
2) Self-starter capable of managing and executing numerous projects and effective in communicating real-time status updates
3) Ability to work independently and as part of a teamÂ Â
4) Excellent oral and written communication skills
5) Excellent organizational and analytical skills
6) Attention to detail
7) Ability to keep all information strictly confidential given the sensitive nature of the data being collected
8) Contact and grant management
9) Ability to work in a high stress environment
1) High stress environment
1) Masterâ™s degree in business, healthcare administration or social work
1) Project management
2) Grant management and reporting
3) Healthcare administration
4)Child welfare and/or social services experience
2) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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