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The Administrator will assist the Radiation Oncology Department in expediting administrative tasks including but not limited to personnel, budgetary, operational, teaching and research aspects of the department.
- Assist in the coordination and preparation of grant material. Assist the faculty in gathering the required documents and data needed to prepare grant applications. Secure related supporting letters and attachments required for grants and contracts. Confirm that the appropriate resources are available, which are needed by the investigators
- Accountable for human resource administration and payroll preparation at the departmental office. Assist in the training and hiring of all clerical positions. Address any issues regarding preparing and reporting payroll submissions to Department's unified administrator
- Maintain an organized and orderly office that is able to meet physicians' and senior management's needs. Establish priorities, delegate assignments, and act as a role model. Ensure that the clerical staff is working towards the Department's goals and objectives. Make sure that the office functions smoothly, with minimal inefficiencies
- Maintaining office correspondence and answering inquiries quickly. Responses to requests must be made in a timely manner, and urgent matters must be brought to the attention of the departmental unified administrator appropriately
- Participate in the active maintenance of the department's offices in the Mazer Building. Act as the liaison with the Engineering, Custodial and Communication Departments at AECOM
- Participate in coordination of grants, both contract preparation and submission
- Supervision and coordination of Family Medicine clerical staff
- Participation in hiring, training and discipline of non-faculty staff
- Identification and resolution of day-to-day operational issues
- Maintain and review departmental financial records to ensure that payroll and OTPS expenditure allocations are correct
- Prepare monthly statements for administrator and principal investigators to make certain that monies are spent appropriately and timely
- Calculate and process confidential personnel forms
- Work in conjunction with the University's Grant Accounting and Office of Finance to close out grants and make any necessary corrections for reporting to funding agencies
- Bachelor's Degree preferably in Business/Finance
- 2-3 years of related experience is required
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel
- Familiar with basic principles of accounting
- Strong attention to detail and ability to multi-task
Founded in 1886, Yeshiva University brings together the heritage of Western civilization and the ancient traditions of Jewish law and life....