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Administrative Coordinator- Office of Research in Psychiatry
Date Posted: 12/14/2021
Requisition Number: 532
Location: 1035 Cambridge Street
Work Days: Day shifts with schedule flexibility
Category: Clerical and Administrative Support
Job Type: Part Time- Benefitted
Work Shift: Day
Union Name: CH Laborers 380
The Office of Research in Psychiatry (OOR) supports research initiatives conducted by clinical faculty in the Department of Psychiatry. The OOR assists clinician-researchers in conducting preliminary studies for grant proposals, and the preparation and submission of grant proposals and scholarly manuscripts. Working under the general direction of the Research Director, the Administrative Coordinator will provide administrative support for faculty research projects. May assist in preparation of manuscripts, and research proposals and reports. Supports seed grant program.
Provides administrative support to the research office, including scheduling meetings and setting up conference calls;
Collect pertinent and updated literature for different projects and publications;
Assist in graphic, tables and other presentation of research data;
Provides support to the office and to faculty in the development and preparation of grant/contract proposals and applications and IRB protocols
Assist in the preparation of grant proposals and reviews for completeness and adherence to the requirements of the funding agency and CHA/HMS policies
Assists in preparing contracts and agreements
Process seed grant applications
Coordinate and schedule research office workshops, seminars and meetings
Bachelor's degree with with a minimum of 2 years' relevant work experience
Excellent computer skills including experience using Word, Excel and Google products.
Good writing, verbal, and communications skills.
Organizing and completing time sensitive tasks
Willingness and ability to work in a busy environment with shifting and competing priorities
Polite, friendly person able to interact positively with the members of the department and external partners.
Efficient organizational skills.
Ability to follow instructions and also to work independently.
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