- Location: Durham, NC
- Posted: Jul 13, 2019
School of Medicine:
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This position will provide overall administrative management and coordination of functions for the Department of Chairs office. Be the primary back up the level 11 Special Asst to the Chair. This position will be the first point of contact: dealing with correspondence and phone calls. managing calendars and organizing meetings and appointments, Control access to Chair and VCF booking and arranging travel, transport, and accommodation. Responsible for ensuring all membership dues for the Chair and Chief Dept. Administrator and Dr. Business of Education. Responsible for clearing all P/card transactions for the Chair/Chief Dept. Administrator and the Sr. Business Manager of Education. Will provide high-level support, working in partnership with the Special Asst, to ensure the smooth running of the office strategy and project management. Responsible for planning and Organizing departmental meetings (Weekly Leadership meetings ,Annual APT reception, Annual Holiday Party, State of the Department annual meeting) Assist the Divison Administrators and Special Asst in taking minutes, and compiling and producing reports concerning division budget, faculty appointments, and space utilization.
Create articles for department blog and manage social media and public website for the department. Create drafts for internal and external communication efforts, items such as letters, relevant announcements, highlighting faculty, staff, and trainees, research, and awards on the blog and in weekly department announcements. Create and distribute the weekly research funding opportunities report for the faculty, staff, and trainees. Utilize web-based tools to send invitations, announcements or newsletters to individuals within the department and the community. Development and Alumni- this in association with the Annual APA Meeting in May. Develop correspondence from the Chair to the department to donors, alumni and trainees. Represent Special Asst, in meetings, conferences and other affairs of an administrative nature.
Providing oversight of CME functions in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, with specific responsibility for weekly Grand Rounds includes the following:
Creating and managing the Grand Rounds calendar
Managing the annual renewal ofthe RSS applications with Duke CME and NCPA
Scheduling meetings of the Grand Rounds Committee and overseeing follow-up between meetings
Scheduling all speakers and arranging accommodations for external speakers, as well as travel and itineraries unless the speaker is being recruited, in which cases the recruiting division or group will facilitate
Providing follow-up communication to speakers and certificates for visiting professors
Coordinating with Development Office to understand and manage the complicated system of named lectures
Collaborating with CRH to honor the contract for CME that Duke provides
Communicating with and providing required documentation to the Duke CME office and the NCPA to obtain CE credits for participants at Duke
Managing advertising and promotional materials via posters and the web, including the Duke Calendar of Events and other list-servs of appropriate interest depending on target audience
Managing the weekly preparation, set-up, and follow-through for weekly Grand Rounds, including scheduling food vendors
Managing financial functions, including clearing charges for food, posters, annual accreditation, and other expenses, reimbursement to visiting lecturers, and payment of honoraria
Coordinating annual needs assessment and follow-up
Work requires a general educational background normally equivalent toa full high school education plus two years post-secondary education ina business-related field.
Work requires 4 years related business or administrative experience tobecome familiar with general personnel practices, accounting andbudgeting principles and coordination of major office activities.OR ANY OTHER EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OREXPERIENCE.
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