This position will assist with faculty calendaring, AMION updates, Management of the Commission for The Blind Program, travel arrangements, travel reimbursements, professional and divisional account funds management, pcard usage, medical license renewals, division and faculty budget monitoring; schedules, coordinates, and facilitates meetings, grand rounds, journal club, plans events. This position is also responsible for any catering needs, keeps track of division inventories, responsible for division correspondence, create/manage itineraries for faculty recruitment, track update CME?s, assist with dossier preparation.
The division of Ophthalmology is the division within Surgery that is the most active with grants.
This position provides a substantial amount of administrative support to faculty and post docs including pre-award grant processes and paperwork and deadline management.
Some resident program responsibilities as needed to include resident coordination of clinic schedule, transfer of new residents as they rotate through the program, assist new residents with access (passwords, badges, email, etc.). This position is responsible for ensuring the needs of the division and faculty are met timely and efficiently on an ongoing basis.
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High school diploma or GED; at least 5 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.
Prior experience with grant management
Prior experience within a Clinical Setting
Prior experience with administrative support
Prior experience with AMION System scheduling
Prior experience with calendaring system