Administrative Assistant
MD Anderson Cancer Center - Houston, TX

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Description – Overview
The primary purpose of the Administrative Assistant is to provide professional, administrative support duties for the Metastasis Research Center as well as to support the administrative needs of the Cancer Biology Department.

1. Responsible for managing and planning the day-to-day functions of the Metastasis Research Center (MRC).
2. Responsible for organizing Metastasis Center meetings including agenda preparation, scheduling conference rooms, catering requests and meeting minutes. Obtains data, composes and compiles MRC reports and presentations including annual reports. Prepares grant proposal documents including SPORE and other multi-investigator applications.
3. Responsible for coordinating the grant issuance process. Compiles requests for proposals, gathers all relevant data for the review committees. Coordinates the issuance of internal grants and monitors grant expenditures.
4. Provides administrative support to the Chairman and the Department Administrator as needed. Job Description-Requirements

Required: High school diploma or equivalent. Specialized training in secretarial skills (such as word processing and business).

Required: Four years secretarial experience including advanced secretarial duties.

Required: Must pass pre-employment skills test as required and administered by Human Resources.

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