ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR, DCRI Gov't & Networks
School of Medicine:
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Performs a variety of administrative and project related functions of a complex and confidential nature in support of clinical and research efforts of DCRI.
- Coordinates and tracks both immediate and forecasted resourcing needs across therapeutic areas and facilitates process for meeting needs in a timely manner. Supports the assessment and forecasting of staffing needs for Clinical Operations staff across all positions in all therapeutic areas.
- Gather input from management team and HR to assisting development of comprehensive recruitment and retention strategies; including marketing materials for potential candidates. Review candidate CVs screening for qualifications, interest and capabilities and refers appropriate candidates for the interview process. Monitors the effectiveness of recruitment and retention strategies including development of key performance indicators. Work with Operations Managers and key faculty members to evaluate skill and experience needed for therapeutic diversification and to develop hiring strategies to meet needs.
- Collaborate with management team for establishing and maintaining career paths for Clinical Operations personnel. Collect and share with Clinical Operations management team information regarding industry best practices about resourcing/resourcing models, career development, and recruitment and retention strategies. Oversee the creation, revision and maintenance of role/job descriptions for Clinical Operations.
- Provide data to Clinical Operations management team for use in determining assignment of new personnel and reassignment of existing personnel to projects
- Establish and monitor productivity and utilization standards as well as recruitment/retention and staffing metrics for the Clinical Operations group. Analyze standards and metrics and recommend strategies to ensure optimal resource productivity/utilization, employee satisfaction/retention as well as client satisfaction.
- Work with Director, Operations Managers and Human Resources to monitor salary equity for new employees and reclassifications. Assist with implementation of Rewards and Recognition programs.
- Proactively identifies, presents and recommends resourcing solutions including selection, contract execution and oversight for selected resource contractors/vendors. Work with Recruiters and Sourcing firms to recruit candidates as needed.
- Manage travel vendor and contract. Assist with development of travel policies and procedures for the Clinical Operations group.
- Supervise and coordinate the activities of Support Services Coordinator and/or Administrative Assistant. Provide instruction, coordination and assistance to assigned individuals as needed.
Highly prefer experience in a clinical research or pharmaceutical industry environmentwith mat rixmanagement.
Experience in consulting o n resource planning and theeffective mix/use of employees, contractors a nd outsourcing.
Marketing or human resourc es experience is helpful.
Strong Excel skills
Excellent interpersonal, negotiation a nd oral andwritten communication skills, organizational/time management skills, ability tomanage multiple priorities, work independently, multi- task, attention to detail and problem solving and critical thinking desired.
Work requires a general business background generally equivalent to a bachelor's degree in a business related field.
Work requires 2 years related business or administrative experience to OR ANY OTHER EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE. become familiar with general personnel practices, accounting and budgeting principles and coordination of major office activities. A master's degree in a business related field may be substituted for 2 years experience.
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