Senior Administrative Assistant II - Psychiatry
Categories: Administrative / Clerical Support
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
1.Provides moderately complex administrative skills for a department.
2.Prepares, maintains and posts records, reports and budget information.
3.Prepares or directs the preparation of charts, graphs, and administrative, fiscal, personnel, and/or statistical reports.
4.Selects office vendors and monitors purchasing processes.
5.May assist with overflow work from administrative and executive assistants and fill in for the office receptionist as needed.
6.Schedules and organizes activities such as meetings, travel, conferences and department activities for members of the department.
7.Composes and processes repetitive and non-repetitive documents in accordance to established procedures.
8.Organizes office procedures to ensure effective operation.
9.Acts as department liaison with other departments and agencies.
10.Processes all personnel and purchasing transactions following institutional policies and procedures.
11.Determines work priorities and monitors progress toward work deadlines.
12.Ensures document retention processes are followed using established guidelines.
This Sr. Administrative Assistant II will work with the contracts and publications team to ensure the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care (CDRC) publications, research reports, documents, curriculum vitae, proposal responses, biosketches, and website content is properly written, submitted, and posted in a timely manner. This role is similar to that of a publication coordinator or a publication assistant job in the private sector.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities Include:
Provide formatting and basic editorial assistance with publications and research reports
Manage publication submissions on journal websites and other public venues
Track publications (such as internal committee reports and clinical trial studies) and frequently distribute/report updated lists
Manage the Principal Investigators¿ publications board
Assist with organizing, tracking, editing, and submitting grant proposal responses
Update and keep current team biosketches
Update and keep current faculty curriculum vitae
Manage clinicaltrials.gov accounts
Manage the CDRC publications library and EndNote library
Manage NCBI ¿ NIHMS/PMCID compliance
Update and field publication requests on networking sites (e.g., ResearchGate)
The Preferred Candidate has/is:
Extremely detail oriented and organized
Excellent writing skills, including command of English grammar and punctuation
Persistent in communicating with faculty, staff, and outside collaborators to complete own tasks and track others¿ tasks
Able to work independently ¿ especially to track details and meet deadlines
Able to read, understand, and follow style guides and proposal requirements
Strong Microsoft Office application skills ¿ especially Excel
A working understanding of the research publication process
Experience writing research reports and proposal responses
Experience with reference formatting and EndNote software
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