full-time position with Neurosurgery; 37.5 hours per week; Monday - Friday
In conjunction with the Pain Institute Directors, Department Director and the Administrator, fulfill the Institute's vision and implementation of its strategic plan and manage cross-divisional activities that advance the Institute's strategic growth, development and enhance operations. Act as a resource for faculty, staff, students and administration to determine the general, financial, and administrative services required to plan and execute the mission of the Institute.
Participate in defining and implementation of NPRI initiatives and strategies. Provide regular and special financial reports and updates on research progress to the Department Director /Administrator/ DOD/faculty/University and outside agencies. Prepare reports for Donor; create proposals for additional funding. Create presentations relating to status of Institute, what is happening currently and expected to happen in the future for various meetings, strategic presentations, etc. Assist with Scientific Advisory Board coordination of meetings, development of reports, etc.
Manage day-to-day administrative operations of the institute. Plan, coordinate and supervise operations and activities for the Institute. Administer budget, organize activities and set priorities. Act as liaison between the Institute and Neurosurgery Administration, Hopkins faculty, trainees, job candidates, and other health care and hospital personnel with all matters pertaining to institute operations. Coordinate and manage facilities, resources, purchasing, and infrastructure needed by the Institute. Responsible for facilities management of all NPRI space, including managing pending space renovations. Responsible for ensuring logistics are coordinated for large meetings (e.g. rooms, food, AV, etc.) for any NPRI meetings. Work with faculty to plan special events.
Manage financial objectives and budgets, as well as, tracking organization performance against objectives (KB 15, managerial reports, cash reports and other reports, etc.). Responsible for development of annual institute budgets with input from Directors. Provide guidance for spending decisions and monitor the monthly reconciliation reports for all NPRI accounts. Reconcile and review expenditures on all NPRI accounts. Coordinate with Biological Chemistry on budgetary reports, purchasing, etc. while Director remains active in the Biological Chemistry Department.
Coordinate pain award application process with NPRI directors. Act as research administrator for NPRI pain grants from award process to project end. Monitor PI spending to ensure compliance with budget. Ensure timely submission of all required progress/final reports to Directors. Coordinate pain award application process with NPRI Directors. Assist Institute faculty with design and implementation of clinical/translational research activities.
Perform other duties as required.
Bachelor's degree. Minimum of three years related experience. Fluency in spoken and written English. Excellent organization and management skills to include ability to manage multiple different tasks in an efficient, timely and meticulous manner. Must be motivated, work well with others and be able to troubleshoot routine problems.
Demonstration of progressively responsible administrative experience with fluency in grants budgets and University polices for grants.
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