The Section of Neonatology in the Department of Pediatrics is looking to add a Senior Coordination, Research Administration to our team. This position will contribute to Neonatology's research sucess by being a point person for PIs in successful submission of research grants, progress reports, research-related orders and other administrative functions. While the primary focus of this position is research-related, this position will adminsitratively support research faculty as well, including processing Concur transactions, troubleshoot day-to-day issues that arise, and oversee administrative tasks in the Feigin building (ordering supplies, etc.). The ideal candidate will have experience supporting faculty from an administrative perspective with strong Excel skills needed; willing to train on grant related items.
Serve as primary adminsitrative contact in our research lab's adminsitrative area, assisting with day-to-day needs our research mission identifies.
Work with PIs on submitting and monitoring applications of grants, performing follow-up as needed.
Submit research-related orders, prepare neccessary documentation for capitcal purchases and monitor grant balances for availability of funds.
Assist reserach faculty in grant preparation and will work closely with the Department of Pediatrics's Research Resources Office (RRO) in monitoring and tracking grant projects and timelines.
Develop, implement and monitor the section's research accomplishments for external and internal website publication.
Perform a variety of administrative support activities to ensure the section's financial, personnel and proposal requirements are met in a timely manner; working closely with the Section Administrator.
Prepare and process requests to Section Administrator for hiring of research staff, purchasing, and travel.
Write sections of grant proposals such as budget narratives, personnel and College description sections.
Create and/or gather supporting material for grant proposals such as job descriptions, resumes, maps, organizational charts, bibliographies, tables of contents and forms.
Work involves managing multiple priorities and planning and organizing to meet established deadlines.
High School diploma or GED.
Four years of relevant experience.
Experience with SAP, BRAIN preferred
Experience with Microsoft Excel
High level of customer service
Willingness to contribute to Section success
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