Research Administrator Job Description Sample
â?¢As a member of the Department of Medicine Research Administration team, the Research Administrator will be responsible for providing direct pre and post award management support to assigned DOIM divisions. â?¢The Research Administrator will assist in the development and submission of proposals and in the compliant financial and administrative management of sponsored awards and may supervise other employees. â?¢This position provides an opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment with potential for career growth in the field of Research Administration for those presenting a willingness to learn and ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group of faculty and staff.
Required Education/Background: â?¢A bachelorâ??s degree (finance, business, management, or related field), or equivalent experience â?¢Must possess skills in the following areas: analyze financial transactions for trends and variancesÍ¾ create reports, tracking tools, and professional documentsÍ¾ budget developmentÍ¾ expense forecastingÍ¾ financial reconciliationÍ¾ ability to interpret and apply complex government regulations and contractual termsÍ¾ proÂ¬actively ask questions and seek guidance when needed â?¢Must have excellent customer service skills, written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work as part of a team â?¢Strong problem solving and time management skills are essential, including ability to adapt to frequent changes in work assignments, prioritize, and manage competing priorities and deadlines â?¢Must be precise, thorough, and reliable and perform daily activities with minimal supervision â?¢Must be proficient in the use of computers with an ability to learn new systems and software applications with ease â?¢ Proficiency in the use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe â?¢Ability to work collaboratively in a diverse environment
BROADBAND SEARCH - The department will identify several candidates for this position based on their qualifications and experience for Research Administrator 1, Research Administrator 2 or Research Administrator 3.
Performs the more complex pre-award and post-award administration of federal, state, private profit and private non-profit grants and contracts awarded to the University of Houston. Serves as team leader for research administration team for assigned college units.
Reviews and submits proposals to external funding sources; initiates the creation of cost centers according to awarded project terms and conditions and modifies cost centers according to revised award notices.
Provides guidance and expertise to faculty, department administrators and university executives on a wide variety of grants and contracts issues.
Responsible for customer problem review and resolution for research administration team.
Develops and implements internal operating procedures for assigned team; coordinates the work activities of assigned team and provides work direction as needed.
Maintains web based proposal submission and research administration using electronic research administration systems.
Negotiates the terms and conditions of grants and sub-recipient awards with potential sponsors and awardees and reviews contracts in conjunction with the Research Contracts Officer.
Researches sponsor's financial and administrative regulations applicable to funded projects.
Evaluates expenditure reallocation documents according to federal, state and university guidelines for allowability, appropriateness and timeliness.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
EEO/AABachelor's Degree and 1 to 3 years experience.
Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline; or the basic knowledge of more than one professional discipline. Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal, directly job-related 4 year degree from a college or university or an equivalent in-depth specialized training program that is directly related to the type of work being performed.
Requires a minimum of one (1) to three (3) years of directly job-related experience.
Higher Education experience.
Experience with PeopleSoft Grants.
Working knowledge of federal agency guidelines (NIH, NSF, NASA, etc.) as well as the OMB guidance as it relates to institutes of Higher Education.
Active Participation in Research Administration professional organizations.
Additional Job Duties:
Identifies needs for and/or participates in the revision of policies related to research administration.
Ensures policies and procedures are compliant with federal, state, and university regulations.
Facilitates training initiatives.
Note: This requisition is a Broadband job posting. The department will identify several candidates for this position based on their qualifications and experience for Research Administrator 1, 2 or 3.
Bachelor's degree is preferred.
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Assist in the development of policies and procedures relative to all financial directives of department.
Manage all financial aspects and operations of the department including but not limited to
o Management of financial accounting
o Internal controls, and reporting systems
o Preparation of financial reports
o Annual budget and year-end financial statements
o Management of disbursements and payroll
o Financial analysis
Cash management; and coordination of all financial audit activity.
Oversees invoicing, LOC draw-downs, accounts receivables, deposits in the financial system and ensures payments are applied.
Work with departments within the organization to support financial and budgeting issues related to internal operations
Sponsored Programs Administration:
- Work directly with investigators on preparation of grant proposals for submission to federal agencies, private agencies, foundations and commercial entities including:
o Providing expertise on protocol, regulations and guidelines pertinent to the sponsor and SEMC.
o Monitor all applicable regulatory requirements, commitments, and timelines to ensure SEMC compliance.
Provide project management support for all post-award activity on research grants, contracts and subcontracts.
Subject matter expert in providing assistance to researchers in interpreting award terms and conditions and maintaining best financial practices to assure compliance with policies and procedures, sponsor requirements, and the relevant laws and regulations.
Assist with post-award training and educational outreach initiatives to researchers and departmental staff.
Train and supervise employees in research departments.
Assists with other Research Administration tasks as required or requested.
- Do you go out of your way to help people? * Do you excel at making complex goals simple to achieve? * Are you the very best at follow-through? If you answered "yes" to these questions, read on to learn more about an exciting opportunity in research administration at the University of Arizona Health Sciences (UAHS). UAHS is the statewide leader in biomedical research and health professions training.
As a Research Administrator, you will be an integral part of our Research Administration team within UAHS. In FY17, we were responsible for submitting more than 1,300 proposals totaling over $1B in requested funding, and coordinating the receipt and execution of more than 700 awards totaling over $180M in obligated funding. We serve the Colleges of Medicine in Tucson and Phoenix, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, and the University of Arizona Cancer Center.
We provide concierge-level service to an assigned portfolio of investigators, ranging from undergraduate students to full professors. You will work closely with private, state, and federal sponsors, as well as centralized university administrative units. You will independently assist investigators in developing, coordinating, submitting, and managing extramural funding from private, federal and state sources.
You will anticipate and address the needs of research grant administration, providing exceptional customer service to investigators in a team-based environment. We are committed to identifying and adhering to policy changes in grants and contracts administration while upholding high standards of integrity and fiduciary responsibility. Diversity in experiences and perspectives is vital to advancing innovation, critical thinking, solving complex problems, and building an inclusive community.
We seek a workforce with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, including people of color, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more! The University of Arizona has been listed by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers in the United States and WorldatWork and the Arizona Department of Health Services have recognized us for our innovative work-life programs. For more information about working at the University of Arizona and relocation services, please click here.
This position will be located at Roper Hospital.
This position is funded by grant resource funds. At such time as the grant funds are unavailable or based on business needs, this position may be eliminated.
This statement does not constitute a contract of employment. All employees of Roper St. Francis Healthcare are "employees at will.'
Under limited supervision, manages portfolio of institutional research grants/clinical trials to include industry sponsored and cooperative group research endeavors; provide guidance and administrative support to Research and Program management staff regarding research administration and compliance; function as liaison between sponsors, investigators, study team and representatives of the central or local IRB; direct/guide process to ensure that that all active research projects are initiated and managed in a manner that is compliant with policies and procedures identified by the sponsor, Institution and IRB as well as Federal, State and Food & Drug Administration (FDA) regulations.
Education: Bachelor's degree in a related field and equivalent combination of education, and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been attained.
Experience: Two years experience in research administration or other relevant experience, with increasing roles of responsibility in a related consulting field (i.e. grants management, contracting/budget development, healthcare law, and research compliance).
Primary Source Verification (if applicable): N/A
Possess strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to articulate complex issues to diverse audiences; Requires strong analytical/critical thinking skills with the ability foresee problem areas, propose solutions and seek immediate action; ability to effectively interact with all levels of management and staff and develop strong interpersonal relationships; Must have effective organizational and time management skills in order to organize and prioritize high-volume workload and manage deadlines; Ability to multi-task while serving as a resource person for all contacts and providing a high level of customer service. Requires strong computer skills to include word processing, web searching, spreadsheets, and demonstrated ability to learn new systems/applications and educate/train research staff on internal applications specific to role. Knowledge of IRB and Federal/State FDA regulations for clinical trials preferred; Understanding of research specific data collection/documentation process and/or audit procedures is strongly preferred.
Other: Requires the ability to work independently, within tight timeframes, as well as excel in a collaborative environment; Ability to establish/maintain strong working relationships with sponsors, hospital, physicians, and coworkers; Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information; Ability to follow-directives from study team/research manager.
Experience in research administration/award management in an academic medical center is essential
Perform post-award activities for a central unit. Post award activities may include award review and set-up to facilitate appropriate long-term management, facilitating the progress of the sponsored project by safeguarding project funds, and assisting with financial compliance issues.
Member of the School of Medicine Implementation Team charged with supporting decentralized units across SOM with their efforts to implement new technologies, policies, and business process enhancements. As it relates to these objectives, perform routine process analysis functions, documenting existing processes supported by appropriate data. Make recommendations that will result in cost savings, increased customer satisfaction or improved process effectiveness. Assess the impact of process changes in accordance with agreed upon goals and objectives.
Proposal Review and Approval
Assist PIs and Grant Managers in the development and submission of accurate proposal budgets and compliant proposal materials by interpreting sponsor guidelines, University policies and Federal regulations.
Review proposal budgets for accuracy, correct rates, and allowability of items proposed. Suggest changes when issues are identified
Review the Duke Proposal Approval Form (DPAF) to ensure that non- central approvals, appropriate clearances and required compliance approvals (such as human subjects, laboratory animals, export controls, COI, or biohazardous materials) have been obtained for the project.
Ensure that all required documentation for subcontractors is complete prior to submission of the proposal.
Review the proposal to ensure the completed proposal package meets sponsor submission standards.
Award Review and Set-up
Review the NOA or other awarding mechanism terms and conditions and note changes, additional terms, etc. Communicate with the project's PI or designated administrator on issues related to the award.
Request and review revised budgets if needed.
Review award and project for compliance requirements.
Process awards in a timely manner; notify OSP of new awards and notify department administrators that an award has been received.
Act as a liaison between sponsors and investigators during a project to resolve issues.
Communicate with the project's PI or designated administrator on award issues.
Establish appropriate fund code and subcode structure to ensure accurate reporting and assist in overall ease of award management
Financial and Administrative Management
Prepare financial reports and billings for sponsored projects; monitor compliance with Sponsor's terms and conditions and University's policies and procedures; reconciles all financial information on Sponsor reports to University general ledger; review for compliance and cash flow issues, and resolve identified problems.
Review award documentation to determine appropriate assignment of cost object and Master Data in accordance with the Sponsor's terms and conditions and University's policies and procedures.
Identify destination of revenue received from Sponsors and determine appropriate General Ledger Account.
Notify Department Administrators of new cost objects and determine if a new cost object is required.
Notify Department Administrators of past due financial reporting deadlines.
Maintain files of sponsored projects financial reports and close out packages including entering appropriate Master Data and Plan allocations.
Review and approve post-award documentation regarding Purchase Requisitions and other University or Sponsor reports, as required.
Review for accuracy indirect costs and fringe benefits charged to project when preparing financial reports.
Assist Departmental Administrators and Principal Investigators with questions regarding the post-award administration of sponsored projects.
Assist with special projects and perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Pay and assist in the management of subrecipient awards.
Monitor effort reporting.
Maintain files on each sponsored project adequate for inspection by internal and external auditors and serve as a liaison and negotiator with all auditors. This includes detailed records of invoices issued, cash received, and balances due by fund.
Act as the primary contact point for external financial audits related to sponsored projects
Render invoices, letter of credit draws, financial reports, billings, and property reports to granting agencies on a timely basis as required by regulation or contractual agreement in coordination with departments.
Resolve payment problems with sponsors.
Communicate with the project's assigned financial administrator on any financial issues related to a project
Provide administrative oversight for any proposed award changes to ensure appropriate level of approval is sought
Act as a liaison between sponsors and investigators during a project to resolve issues
Approve consultancies or outside service contracts
Ensure timely financial closeout of sponsored projects per university and sponsor requirements.
Assist with timely final technical patent reporting of sponsored projects per university and sponsor requirements
Monitoring and Compliance Oversight
Monitor awarded/funded projects for compliance within the regulatory framework established for the University and its components
Monitor awards made to subcontractors.
Provide oversight regarding all financial compliance.
Monitor financial transactions for certain categories of expenditures to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
Keep abreast of changes involving internally and externally imposed policies and procedures Responsible for interpreting policies regarding allowable costs.
Assist with resolution of financial non-compliance.
Investigate non-fraudulent financial compliance questions/issues using available resources such as sponsor regulations, University policies and procedures, and the network of informed individuals such as the PI, Departmental or Research Administrator, Business Manager, Chair or Dean.
Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual's age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
Duke aspires to create a community built on collaboration, innovation, creativity, and belonging. Our collective success depends on the robust exchange of ideas—an exchange that is best when the rich diversity of our perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences flourishes. To achieve this exchange, it is essential that all members of the community feel secure and welcome, that the contributions of all individuals are respected, and that all voices are heard. All members of our community have a responsibility to uphold these values.
Essential Physical Job Functions: Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System may include essential job functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department.
Education: Work requires communications, analytical and organizational skills generally acquired through completion of a bachelor's degree program. Research or grants education and/or certification is preferred. Training: Successful completion of required department training such as GC101& 201 Introduction to Research, Financial Services Introduction to R3, Introduction to Duke GL, Introduction to Accounting, Sponsored Research Reporting, Research Administration at Duke (on-line), Basic Compliance (on-line) within first six months of hire is required. Successful completion of the Research Administration Academy (RAA) is required. Employees hired into this classification without RAA training will work closely with their manager to schedule and complete the training within 12 months of start date. The expectation is that the staff member will maintain the requirements for their level. Failing to meet these requirements will be addressed through the performance review process. Upon successful completion of expected training, the employee must maintain Research Administration Academy (RAA) certification by completing continuing education requirements.
No experience required for candidates who possess a Bachelor's or Master's degree in a field of study directly related to the specific position.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Power Point), Adobe Acrobat, as well as a willingness and ability to master a proprietary SAP database tool and other applications.
Communication and collaboration skills to support work as an individual contributor and as a member of cross-functional teams
Excellent communication skills
Ability to work with diverse groups of people
Flexibility and ability to work on multiple initiatives simultaneously
The Office of Sponsored Programs is seeking an experienced Research Administrator to provide sponsored programs related support and problem solving in support of different units' research programs and missions. Depending on the needs of the individual units involved, the person in this position may perform some or all of the following duties: identifying funding opportunities, managing administrative proposal development/submission (including some large-scale, complex/interdisciplinary proposals) and overseeing post-award nonfinancial and financial matters. This is a centrally reporting and funded position with unit-level research administrator functions.
This position will need someone that will take initiative with/be responsible for developing proposals relative to often inflexible due dates. This includes coordinating planning and revisions as appropriate with investigators and administrators--both internal and external--prior to recommending for approval to University authorities.
Responsible for reviewing unusual situations with supervisor prior to initiating changes. Takes initiative with/responsibility for nonfinancial and financial post-award matters, and communicates with appropriate stakeholders, deferring where appropriate to OSP authorized officials.
Demonstrating the ability to energetically begin, follow through and complete a plan or task. Willingness to take on non-routine tasks without prompting or direction from others.
Identifies new ideas to improve the job or complete assigned tasks. Takes an active learning role by taking advantage of training opportunities offered by the University and external organizations. Shares ideas with others, is receptive to alternative responses, and actively engages others in the implementation of new ideas. Is a determined problem solver.
Senior Research Administrator (Grants: Post-Award): Office Of Sponsored Research
The Senior Research Grants Administrator, Post-Award in the Office of Sponsored Research will manage a full sponsored research post-award portfolio including oversight and management of financial policy, compliance and reporting issues that arise during the life of the award.
Act as primary post-award service contact for Principal Investigators, department administrators and Sponsors. Manage the finances of the sponsored projects for assigned divisions, departments and programs.
Conducts timely financial analysis, reporting, and invoicing of sponsored awards, by providing PIs financial summaries and reports in a spreadsheet format that is easily understood by the lay reader, and that agree to Joslin financial systems.
Bachelor's degree, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience from which comparable skills can be acquired.
Three or more years' prior experience in research administration with an emphasis on post-award in an academic research/hospital environment preferred.
Must be able to interpret PHS and other grand sponsor policies, including OMB circulars A-110, A-122, and A-133, the Federal Demonstration Parternership/Research Terms and Conditions and agency-specific terms and conditions including the PHS Grants Policy Statement and related grant management requirements to ensure accurate proposal submission.
Joslin Diabetes Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other status protected by law.
Clinical Research Administrator - Infectious Diseases
The Clinical Research Administrator (CRA) will provide pre-award, operational, and grant management support for the Division of Infectious Diseases. The CRA will work closely with the Division faculty to support ongoing and expanding research activities under the NIH-funded Columbia Partnership for the Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS Clinical Trial Unit (CTU) grant (40% effort); prepare for the upcoming re-competition of this major grant, and for the anticipated institutional application for the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) (20% effort); support the continued success, growth and institutional integration of the Microbiome Core (10% effort); and provide administrative and operational support critical to the successful transition and expansion of research activities at Columbia University (30% effort).
Research Operations and Management
Responsibilities related to the regulatory, clinical and fiscal operations and management of the CTU grant. Conduct staffing and resource allocation planning for multiple, concurrent research protocols.
Develop standard operating procedures for and maintain the manual of operations, quality assurance and regulatory procedures in accordance with study sponsor requirements. Develop protocol funding (PF) budgets, mid-budget adjustments and financial projections to ensure adequate resource allocation for the HVTN, ACTG and HPTN sponsored studies. Manage communications with the Leadership Operations Centers (LOCs) and industry study sponsors and work with Division Administration to manage projects from pre- through post-award stage.
Assist the Division Administration in gathering and interpreting data for fiscal planning, trending/reporting analysis, study projections, staffing needs and other operational needs of the research unit. Provide regulatory oversight of clinical research protocols, including developing, implementing and supervising regulatory quality assurance protocols. Provide regulatory back up for the CTU including development of new IRB applications and study consent forms on behalf of Principal Investigators.
Research Grant Preparation
The CRA will assist the Division Leadership in grant writing, and specifically provide support in preparation of narratives, proposals, budgets, and status reports in support of network and non-network grants. This includes, but is not limited to, providing support in preparation of the renewal of the Columbia Collaborative CTU grant to fund clinical research sites involved in NIH sponsored network studies. The CRA will assist with anticipated institutional application for the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR).
The CRA will provide administrative assistance to support and increase the efficiency of the Microbiome Core operations including building systems to track expenses and activity, generating and reconciling invoices, writing regulatory standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other related tasks. Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of related experience. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Strong writing and verbal communication skills including computer proficiency with excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Ability to implement protocols and to analyze, evaluate and graphically present data.
Strong analytical and data management skills. Thorough knowledge of governmental accounting practices and procedures, as well as fund accounting and fiscal management. Working knowledge of computerized accounting systems.
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Special Instructions Preferred Qualifications Master's Degree in Public Administration or Finance, or a related field and at least 5 years of related experience Essential Functions Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.) Special Indications
This position works with: There are no special indications for this position
Research Administrator II - Clas Research Office
Research Administrator II
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Research Office is accepting applications for a Research Administration Specialist II position. The Research Administration Specialist II provides professional oversight, guidance, and coordination to sponsored project administrative and fiscal operations. Coordinates projects within CLAS for sponsored projects in accordance with University and sponsor regulations. Provides policy and procedure interpretation to faculty and departments in CLAS. Assists faculty and departments with monitoring and preparation of reports to sponsoring agencies. Facilitates advances in service delivery and efficiency. This position monitors and manages quality, performance improvement, and continual process assessment. In addition, this position is responsible for building relationships with units served by the CLAS Research Office and university constituents, and supporting a culture centered on delivering excellent customer service.
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Assists with the development, and management of proposals to federal, state, and private funding agencies. Reviews proposals for compliance with sponsor and University terms and rules. Provides technical assistance to the CLAS PI and research administrators. Provides pre-award support which includes reviewing requests for proposal (RFP) and identifying the specific requirements and policies are met while ensuring the policies are within or consistent with those of UF; prepares accurate budgets for each proposal.
- Includes formatting and uploading documents, entering proposals in UFirst, coordinating and reviewing all aspects of the proposal submission to insure thorough and timely submission to the Division of Sponsored Research for review and submission to the funding agency.
- A non-inclusive list of duties would include: Assist the Principal Investigator(s) (PI) with preparing grant applications and ensuring completeness and accuracy; review project budgets, obtain and verify necessary approvals, and when appropriate recommend changes to applications with PIs and/or higher level department/grant administrators; support PI in the processing of non-competing continuations, progress reports, supplements and other award/agreement amendments; liaise as necessary with Departmental Research Administrator, DSP, or other central university departments; coordinate and review subrecipient documentation required by sponsor and by UFL, to include SOW, authorized letter of collaboration and/or cost share commitment, detailed budget, budget justification, and supplementary documents, as appropriate.
Assists in the review grant and contract award terms and conditions while using and interpreting the other award documents to determine budget, restrictions and other pertinent information. As required, reviews/monitors grant spending and work with the appropriate parties to manage and/or resolve any issues or concerns. Guides and prepares PI's and departmental administration through budget revisions, no cost extensions, and/or related materials as necessary. Provides post-award accounting of grants and contracts for CLAS Units, principal investigators and University core offices which includes reports of grants and contracts to ensure expenses are being paid according to contract. Interacts with sponsors and staff to resolve problems and correct errors in fund management. Works with department administrators, principal investigator (P.I.) and University core offices to resolve issues.
- A non-inclusive list of duties would include: Review award documents for acceptance and processing; oversee the management of awards for compliance with sponsor's financial guidelines; reconcile expenditures to ensure costs are allowable, allocable, reasonable and consistent with funding agency regulations; advise principal investigators and departmental administrators on university, state and federal guidelines governing expenditures and other award activities; provide financial reports to investigators and departments to assist in award oversight; work with C&G to close-out projects, including transferring of residual accounts; maintains records of payments received from sponsors; assist auditors with data requests and reports; maintain and monitor records associated with the University's subcontracts including processing encumbrances and payments.
Analyzes expenses, develops cost projections, and provides financial tracking and fiscal control to fulfill reporting requirements. Provides basic accounts payable human resource/payroll support. Monitors final reporting requirements.
Works as primary contact and liaison for departmental faculty and staff and the Division of Sponsored Research for pre-awards and post-award actions and processes. Other duties as assigned.
The salary is $50,000 to $58,000, commensurate with education and experience.
Bachelor's degree and two years of experience in grant and contract administration; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience with university and state regulations regarding sponsored research administration fiscal and budget matters, and human resources.
Experience with MYUFL, Microsoft Office programs, UFirst, FastLane (NSF), Era Commons (NIH) MYINVESTIGATOR, fund accounting, and/or Human Resource Services
Understanding of excellent customer service
Knowledge of university and state regulations regarding sponsored research administration fiscal and budget matters, and human resources.
Critical thinking skills
Analytical and problem-solving skills (including researching and analyzing complex data to develop accurate reports)
Strong people skills
Strong team management skills
Ability to work well in a team environment
Ability to work independently
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, administrative staff, and other campus departments
Professional attitude that is conveyed in all interactions, communications, and appearance
Practices excellent customer service
Takes ownership of the resolution of problems
Remains flexible and accountable
Manages conflicting responsibilities
Consistently meets deadlines
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Please upload cover letter, CV and list of three professional references.
Applications must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. of the posting end date.
Health Assessment Required:No.
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