Duties/Responsibilities • Provide primary administrative support for faculty and associated staff. Initiate, determine and coordinate needs of each faculty and provide other administrative duties as assigned. • Manage complex faculty calendars and schedule meetings, including making decisions on a daily basis regarding the faculty’s electronic calendars to include scheduling appointments, planning/coordinating meetings, and scheduling personnel interviews. • Communicate effectively via email with faculty availability for meeting requests and documentation. • Manage faculty clinical schedules including online scheduling software such as Amcom/QGenda. Prepare and submit in a timely manner any days away for faculty notification of being out of office; and attending schedule change form updating faculty calendars and confirm changes in QGenda. • Coordinate travel arrangements for faculty (airline reservations, hotel reservations, and meeting registration) related to conferences and speaking engagements. • Facilitate any faculty meetings including meeting logistics, agenda preparation, meeting minutes, food arrangements, email notices, and zoom scheduling. • Assist faculty in creating and distributing research-related and Divisional surveys using various survey platforms such as REDCap and Survey Monkey. • Provide support with composing, typing, editing, and/or formatting correspondence, curriculum vitae, manuscripts/reviews/abstracts, bibliographies, grant paperwork and reports, and Promotion and Tenure dossiers. • Coordinate office set-up for new faculty and staff, including ordering computers, phones, and business cards. • Maintain and order office supplies as necessary. • Provide administrative support for ongoing faculty projects. • Process financial transaction including purchasing card transactions and employee reimbursements. • Coordinate faculty website content. • Provide back-up coverage for other admin staff members as needed.
70% General Faculty Administrative Support: 1885 responsible for initiating request, and follow thru to completion both correctly and in a timely manner: o HR requests, financial (service agreements, Chrome River, ordering), space and facilities requests, IT troubleshooting, OFAD (promotions, CV), pre/post award (coordination), scheduling meetings and calendaring, clinical scheduling (QGenda) o Serve as resource to faculty and staff for adhoc projects and queries.
30% General Office Support: • Provide front office presence, and assist with general inquiries as needed. The role is responsible for ensuring smooth general office operations: • Serve as departmental information source, answering and triaging phone calls. • Handle all forms of communication such as mail, FedEx and package delivery and distribution. Coordinate and route IDIM division email address and general phone/fax lines.
Salary Range: $18.67 to $28.45 USD/hour
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
1) Required Qualifications • High School Diploma / GED and a minimum of four (4) years of progressive executive level administrative support experience. Training or education may be substituted for some of the years of experience • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint • Proficiency in Google applications, including mail, calendar and drive • Experience scheduling and managing complex calendars for multiple professionals and arranging meetings • Demonstrated ability to respond to inquiries professionally, accurately and timely • Experience working with confidential data (health records, financial data) • Excellent verbal and written communication skills to include proofreading, spelling, and grammar • Demonstrated ability to independently troubleshoot and solve problems, and answer questions from students, staff and faculty. • Ability to work at computer for long periods of time
2) Preferred Qualifications • Experience in higher education, research or healthcare setting • Demonstrated ability to work with and adapt to new technologies and processes without significant direction • Experience working independently in a fast-paced environment with competing deadlines • Prior University of MN Work experience with knowledge of the Medical School and University policies and procedures • Familiarity with M Health policies and procedures • Experience with systems such as Enterprise Financial Systems (EFS), PeopleSoft, Chrome River • Ideal characteristics include the ability to build relationships with a variety of personalities and professionals as well as work within multiple settings remaining proactive, adaptable, resourceful and efficient
Internal Number: 338666
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