RTRN Administrative Coordinator
Charles Drew University Of Medicine And Science - Los Angeles, CA

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The RCMI (Research Centers in Minority Institutions) Translational Research Network (RTRN) provides infrastructure to support multi-institutional, trans-disciplinary projects involving investigators from 18 RCMI grantee institutions that comprise the RTRN consortium. The RTRN Administrative Coordinator will provide specialized administrative support to the Associate Director and Program Coordinator in the execution of day-to-day administrative, operational, and budgetary tasks: Assists in the management of complex details and advanced administrative assignments, including data gathering, monitoring deadlines, and conducting follow-up; composes and produces business correspondence, reports and related materials; supports the preparation and updating of policies and procedures, budgets, and other documents related to RTRN operations; supports Administrative Core staff by preparing agendas and taking minutes for the weekly Senior Management Meetings, bimonthly RTRN Staff Calls, and meetings of the External Advisory Committee; supports Administrative Core staff by collecting data and reports from the sub-recipients for the annual RTRN Progress Reports; assists in the preparation of fiscal reports, coordinating subcontracts and working with institutional administrators to facilitate RTRN activities; assists in maintaining records, such as budgets, expenditure reports, and progress reports; aids in the preparation and submission of financial paperwork, including processing payment of sub-recipient invoices; and assists in the planning and implementation of research webinars.

Regionally accredited Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. 1-2 years of experience in administration. Knowledge of federal post-award grant processes, e.g., budgets, annual reports, and OMB circulars, is desirable but not necessary. Excellent organizational skills; able to analyze complex data, spreadsheets, and documents; ability to work well with existing Administrative Core staff; ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines; ability to create, compose and edit written materials; and skilled at gathering data, compiling information and preparing reports; ability to manage time effectively; and proficient in computer skills and information technology platforms including MS Office - Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.

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