Academic Integration Coordinator Project Associate II - Band F Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Integration
We have an immediate opening for an Academic Integration Coordinator in the Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Integration.
What you will do:
Provide senior-level administrative, project and research support to the Vice Provost for Academic Integration and Director of the Immunology Center in addressing unit and university-wide issues and priorities, often of a confidential and sensitive nature. Manage a wide range of projects, issues, events, and initiatives to advance those priorities. Serve as the vice provost's liaison with a broad range of constituents and confer accordingly with other senior administrators to ensure effective communication and follow-up on a wide range of issues. Develop and implement processes and practices to ensure progress of priorities in accordance with timelines while accounting for constituent factors. Advance priorities through various administrative actions.Develop and implement protocols, processes, and practices to improve productivity and efficiency.
What you will need:
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 3-5 years related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Significant related executive and management support experience required, to include project, people and budget management. Scientific background, preferable in the biomedical or biological sciences.Position requires excellent written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated ability to develop effective interpersonal relationships at all levels and with internal and external constituencies. Position works with a high degree of autonomy and requires the incumbent to act with a high degree of independence and with confidence in their decision-making ability. Requires superior independent judgment and decision-making and the ability to work with the highest level of confidentiality with tact and discretion. Ability to establish and accomplish priorities, coordinate projects and handle multiple tasks simultaneously, with a high level of initiative. Strong analytical skills and problem solving skills. Excellent planning, coordinating and organizational skills required. Strong computer skills, including electronic research, word processing, database management, and presentations.
Advanced degree in life science, physical science, engineering or related discipline.Project management experience.Demonstrated ability to work effectively with senior executives and faculty.
For full consideration, please include a cover letter and resume with your application. Some candidates find it easier to combine the documents into one file.
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Project Associate II
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