1. Financial activities: Comprehensive understanding of financial analysis for the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CRM), including budget development, effort analysis and reporting, space and inventory management, purchasing, scheduling, internal and external communications. Financial analysis and budget development include, but are not limited to, complex financial projections, strategic planning, cost, fund, and grant accounting.
2. Administrative Activities: Coordinates administrative process of the center including scheduling international conference calls, schedule management, maintaining directors\u2019 calendars, coordinating meetings and conferences, travel arrangements; analyzes data and uses judgment in making independent decisions regarding the coordination of the program; provides assistance to directors in a manner that is affirming and productive in support of the overall vision & goals; responsible for promoting a clear customer service orientation throughout the center; provides administrative support for promotion & faculty committees; participates in special projects at the discretion of the Director; participates in organizing special events and fundraising activities; serves as the IT contact for the center; provides recruitment support for all postdoctoral candidates acting as liaison between international affairs office and any potential recruits.
3. Work closely with Principal Investigators and OPAM to assist in grant management and reporting (post-award). Provide monthly reports to Principal Investigators in the center. Process labor distributions and adjustments, sub-contract and sub-award requests, budget adjustments, extension requests, progress reports, and effort certifications.
4. Interact efficiently and effectively with the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research and Corporate Financial Services to complete tasks, analyze complex financial data and develop and execute appropriate financial models.
5. Work closely with external groups and Technology Transfer and Business Development to assist in drafting, editing, and routing technology agreements.
6. Prepare and route employment transactions as needed, participate in annual employee review process, and manage timesheets and leave reporting and assist employees in understanding benefit choices.
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