This position will be to serve as the Lead Administrative Assistant for Pediatric Genetics and Genomic Medicine. Strong written and oral communication skills are required. The individual will report directly to the Division Director and Administrators. This individual will provide key stakeholders with a wide range of support, including assistance and management in administration, HR, faculty recruiting, financial reporting, website maintenance, special events, and any ad hoc project.
Key Functions and Expected Performances (subject to change based on the needs of the Division):
Financial/Budget/ Responsibilities (25%)
Work with Administrators to manage operations for centers.
Create reimbursement requests for Faculty and Faculty Candidates. Submit to appropriate signature authority for processing (i.e. purchase requisitions, check requests, travel reimbursements).
Track Faculty Continuing Medical Education funds to ensure adherence to allotted budgets.
Recruitment/Human Resources (25%)
Track Faculty certifications to ensure all stay up-to-date. Provide Faculty with notifications when licensures are close to expiring.
Assist with the completion of reappointment documents for Faculty. Liaison to credentialing department to ensure continuation of privileges.
Coordinate faculty/staff candidate visits, which include scheduling flights and lodging, creating interview itinerary using internal faculty members' calendars, and reimbursement requests.
Onboard new Faculty based on Department/Division guidelines and requirements.
Coordinate Ground Rounds visits sponsored by the Division (travel, lodging and schedule).
Daily Operations (50%)
Manage Faculty calendars through Outlook.
Coordinate Division meetings.
Coordinate schedules for meetings requested by Faculty or other departments. Liaison with multiple. departments to complete the scheduling process and effectively communicate dates/times/locations to all attendees and administrative staff involved.
Maintain Faculty personnel files.
Manage office supplies.
Liaison with IT, Procurement, Office of Faculty Affairs and other departments to ensure requests/needs are met.
On an as-needed basis, interpret policies and procedures in daily operations.
Maintain the physician schedule and Provider Time Away System.
Complete ad hoc projects as requested by faculty and administrators.
The successful candidate must have high proficiency in Excel and Word.
Basic Requirements: This position requires an Associates degree and a minimum of 48 months related experience.
This is a full-time position.
Salary is dependent upon education and experience.
Experience may be substituted for education: basic qualification requirement on a 2:1 basis (2 years of experience for each year of education required, but not attained).
Background screens will be performed and education will be verified prior to employment. Please be prepared to provide required information and/or documentation.
Vanderbilt is a smoke-free workplace in compliance with the Non-Smoker Protection Act, Tennessee Code Annotated 39-17-1801-1810. In accordance with that law and Vanderbilt policy, smoking is prohibited in all buildings on Vanderbilt property and on the grounds of the campus with the exception of designated outdoor smoking areas.
Vanderbilt is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer
Mobility: (Ability to assist in the movement of objects) * Sitting * Lifting * Walking * Standing Dexterity: (Ability to manipulate objects) * Reaching * Grasping * Handling Visual: (Ability to recognize, register, and respond) * Color recognition * Depth perception * Reading / Close-up work * Graphing * Calibration Communication: (Ability to understand, respond and translate into action) (None) Noise: * Intermittent noise Vibration: (None) Atmospheric Conditions: (None) Hazards: * Proximity to moving mechanical parts * Electrical current * Toxic or caustic chemicals *Fumes * Biohazards (airborne or contact exposure to bacterial or viral) * Explosive chemicals * Flammable, explosive gases
Position Shift : Days
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