The Program Coordinator works closely with the Director, as well as the Manager of Finance and Administration, and is responsible for efficient and smooth operations of the Trans-Regional Institute.
Oversees financial and budget management, in consultation with Director, and handle financial transactions
Coordinates postdoctoral and/or visiting fellow searches, appointments, and serves as contact person once postdoc/scholar/visitor is hired
Arranges annual meetings with the institute's advisory council and executive committee, oversees daily operations, including handling all inquiries and drafting correspondences
Coordinates all aspects of the lecture series and conferences/workshops and serve as primary resource person for these events: contact speakers, arrange travel, accommodations and honoraria, oversee publicity
In the case of conferences held abroad, act as a liaison with foreign co-sponsors and consultants
Responsible for website layout and updates, zoom events and newsletters
Knowledgeable with website platforms, navigating zoom, creating newsletters. Position requires excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
Proficiency with Mac products, MS Office Suite and/or Google Suite, Excel, Photoshop, and Adobe Acrobat
The ability to demonstrate a high level of professionalism, strong customer service skills, able to work well with people and institutes abroad, adaptability and capable of working well independently as well as cooperatively
High levels of organizational skills are required for coordinating events, following University and Department policies and procedures, maintenance and reporting of financial data, and file management
Must be dependable and reliable, deadline oriented, able to adhere to budgetary guidelines, exercise good judgement and discretion
Familiarity with PeopleSoft, Prime, Concur, Drupal and other university systems is preferred
Associates degree or equivalent required; Bachelor's preferred
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