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Responsible for providing administrative support, including planning, coordination, and implementation of various projects and activities for the Pulmonary faculty and research program, within the Clinical Research Division, under the direction of the Research Administration Manager for the Pulmonary Program. The Pulmonary research and clinical program/group currently has four (4) active research clinicians and this position will support all faculty in this group.
The incumbent works independently and with supervision and mentorship from the Research Administration Manager. This position requires an individual with solid judgment and discretion in interpreting and implementing department/project(s)/program and Center policies and procedures within existing framework. The Administrative Coordinator II position requires someone that is proactive and able to be independent in managing multiple work activities, working with a variety of staff and focused in supporting an active faculty group of four (4) with an expectation of providing some backup, as needed, to other faculty.