Senior Administrative Assistant - Internal Medicine - Nephrology
Categories: Administrative / Clerical Support
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Prepares or assists in preparation of grant applications, grant budgets, manuscripts, book chapters, etc.; ensures proper format, grammar, and completeness.
Functions as liaison with other departments, including Human Resources, Telecommunications, Physical Plant, Purchasing, and Accounting; prepares on line and paper documents as needed.
Completes and coordinates complex projects and reports as assigned by supervisor, which may require significant contact with other departments and outside organizations and use of various computer software applications.
Composes and/or types letters, memorandums, and other non routine and moderately complex correspondence, which does not require attention of supervisor.
Maintains sub-ledgers and ledgers for various accounts, including reviewing expenditures and encumbrances, reconciling accounts, and ensuring appropriate use of funds.
Plans and coordinates projects, such as meetings, appointments, conferences, seminars, and workshops; arranges for meeting facilities, hotel accommodation, transportation, refreshments, luncheons, banquets, receptions, etc.; develops and arranges printing of brochures; handles finances for program, including determination of charge to sponsoring department; establishes registration fees; processes all vouchers relating to event.
Takes, transcribes, and distributes minutes for meetings.
May transcribe dictation of medical or scientific terminology; ensures correct format, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Responsible for input of renal call schedule in Parkland Smart Web and University Hospital Amcom Applications quarterly. Responsible for input of the monthly ER Dialysis schedule, faculty call schedule, clinics and Davita schedules into Q-Genda. Responsible for making changes as needed.
Provides administrative support to multiple faculty members. This includes travel arrangements, EPIC notes, scheduling calendars, gathering and processing credentialing paperwork, expense reports, and occasional special projects which can include compiling yearly evaluation and promotion and tenure packets. PeopleSoft experience preferred. Strong research abilities, creative problem solver, detail-oriented. Must have the ability to work successfully with tight and ever changing deadlines.
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