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The Division of Clinical Research is seeking a Research Administrator with 1-2 years of experience to provide general administration support to the Clinical Interdisciplinary Collaboration Program as well as assistance to ensure compliant and effective funding, budget, and regulatory management. This position reports directly to the Program Operations Director, and will partner with four team members and their Principal Investigators, and interface with other departments (internal and external) as needed. The individual will work in an autonomous manner, with direction as needed to complete non-scientific grant-related tasks. The applicant must exercise independent judgment, be able to multitask without loss of accuracy or efficiency, and occasionally work under tight deadlines.
Execute administrative tasks as directed in support of a department or individual. Kay areas of responsibilities include:
Budget & Fiscal Support
Funding Source Administration
Required: HS Diploma or Equivalent
Preferred: Associate or Bachelor's Degree
Years of Relevant Experience Required
Prior relevant experience
Two years of experience in a research and/or non-profit organization preferred