Department: MED-Buehler Center - BCHPE Salary/Grade: EXS/5
The successful candidate will join the growing Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics. The Buehler Center is housed within both the Institute for Global Health and the Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM). This position will be ideal for a self-directed independent worker with problem solving skills. The right candidate will be interested in advancing their administrative and interpersonal skills. Areas of responsibility including administration, budget and financial management, communications, grants/contract, human resources, program development, recruitment, regulatory, compliance, strategic, planning.
The program/project is summarized below. (Definitions: Program: plan or system of taking action toward a goal. Project: planned actions with specified beginning & end.)
Aeas of responsibility:
Budget & Financial
Manages day to day operations.
Ensures that program/project mission, values, guidelines, policies & procedures are implemented & maintained.
Manages design and development of program databases; compiles & analyzes data; prepares reports.
Reviews processes and recommends changes to incorporate state-of-the-art technology as appropriate into administrative, recruitment, marketing, and educational components.
Budgets & Financial
Participates in budget preparation.
Maintains budget & associated analysis & reports.
Enters individual &/or summary of transactions into journals &/or general ledger or other NU enterprise system.
Reviews; ensures approval based on alternatives regarding practice & policy; analyzes and classifies transactions in accordance with established chart or coding of accounts; creates new accounts; prepares, processes, reconciles & provides receipts (as appropriate) for transactions.
Processes transfer &/or appropriation charges & may balance &/or close accounts.
Troubleshoots problems; performs vendor/account research as needed; obtains additional information or provides instruction & guidance by phone, US- or e- mail from customers/vendors; corrects or escalates.
Observes program sessions and interacts with participants for purpose of gaining consumer insight, growing and strengthening program knowledge, and optimizing client satisfaction.
Grants & Contracts
Partners with NU development office and grant manager to identify and seek program funding.
Works closely with faculty to encourage and help undergraduate students arrange research.
Prepares proposals; provides administrative guidance for grant preparations including budgets and justifications.
Identifies grant funding.
Manages program/project curriculum, seminars, presentations, workshops, learning experiences, chat rooms, websites, social networking, etc. based on goals/objectives.
Manages academic quality and continued growth and expansion.
Identifies & obtains external expertise as needed and works with content experts for current and new programs.
Reviews programs/projects to increase efficiencies to support growth.
Manages speaker selection, communication, and topic development.
Leads program/project updates and improvements.
Ensures compliance with all necessary organizations.
Prepares documentation as required.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher degree; OR appropriate combination of education and experience.
1 year program/project administration or other relevant experience.
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