Reporting to the Associate Chair of Administration and Finance, the Division Administrator is responsible for the overall administrative and financial management of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) Division in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Sciences (OBGYN&RS). Campus division and program operations total roughly $45m, which includes approximately 34 staff and 12 academic campus personnel.
The Division Administrator is responsible for strategizing, developing, planning, implementing and evaluating funding streams and administrative structures to support the REI division. The individual is expected to partner with Health System leadership in strategic planning to foster customer-focused clinical services for the Center for Reproductive Health (CRH), while administratively integrating the university campus goals of teaching, research, and public service.
The Division Administrator will function as part of the overall Department's Senior Administrative Leadership Team to manage departmental space issues, provide effective extramural support management for contracts, grants, and clinical trials, ensure compliance of research programs and to oversee the provision of excellent administrative and human resource/academic affairs management for the Division. In addition, the individual will serve as a member of the CRH's Executive Committee. The position is charged with optimizing resource utilization, setting up effective administrative systems, and processes while minimizing risk.
The Division Administrator will also provide fiscal oversight and management of all CRH finances. The individual holds fiduciary responsibility to ensure financial activities adhere to university and system wide policies and guidelines. This position will manage reporting and analyses of all incoming revenue streams and expenditures and will establish and maintain strong internal controls and streamlined business processes.
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