Position Summary:This position will provide research support, communications, and grant project management for the NeuroPRSMH Center Directors and Psychiatry Department Research Core. The position is primarily administrative tasks to support grant related tasks, project development, research lab website management, dissemination of research project activities and event coordination.
Administrative Research Project Support 60%
Serve as Admin Support to the research team of Drs. Vinogradov and Redish for collaborative work of research related meetings; managing meeting minutes, calendars, action-items, agenda, presentations, videos, reports, and brochures
Draft research-related correspondence for the teams as needed; special events and as needed special projects
Visitor agendas and other necessary arrangements for special events
Coordinate training events (summer students, interns, etc.) for the research teams
Work directly with Drs. Redish and Vinogradov in preparation of various aspects of research findings dissemination
Work with research teams on coordination of project activities, development, and interfacing with clinical program activities
Coordinate with the NeuroPRSMH Communications Liaison to develop content for internal and external communication including research-related reports, summaries, social media, email and websites for the NeuroPRSMH Center
Responsible for the oversight, strategy, content and direction of the research lab web pages
Ensure University graphic standards and unit branding are maintained.
Provide administrative support for research correspondence.
Serves as a liaison with other communication strategies in collaborating lab groups
Research Core Support 20%
Management of the “Mini 7” Project for the Department
Management of Closed Research Studies and Electronic Storage (Perceptive Content System Process)
Research Core Onboarding/Off-boarding staff management, maintaining list-serve for Research Coordinators
Manage meeting agendas, calendars and minutes for the Research Coordinator Meetings, Faculty Forum Meetings and Grant Writing Group
Research visit scheduling system and active research storage management
Other duties as assigned.
The University salary range for this type of position is $17.31 - $29.10 per hour.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
High School diploma/GED and five years of related experience to include project management. Coursework in a related field may be substituted for some years of experience.
Basic HTML coding skills
Experience using a mass email system
Experience in building and maintaining a database management system (REDCap, Microsoft Access, etc)
Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to manage multiple assignments and deadlines
Excellent time management, accuracy and attention to detail skills, ability to prioritize multiple projects and schedules.
Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as a part of a team with colleagues from a variety of backgrounds.
Ability to analyze, design, and optimize complex processes
Experience in using advanced features of Microsoft Office (Word-mail merge, tables, hyperlinks; Excel –designing worksheets/charts and linking worksheets; PowerPoint – designing/creating custom slides/templates, incorporating video clips; packaging and running presentations)
Experience in project management (managing projects with high attention to detail, time sensitivity, internal and external customers, triaging, development and implementation).
Experience working with diverse faculty on multiple different projects; providing excellent problem-solving and client service skills with a high level of discretion, integrity, and confidentiality
Experience with Drupal and Google Websites
Experience working in an academic setting managing complex projects.
Internal Number: 334597
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