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The Center of Comparative Medicine and Pathology (CCMP) is a bi-institutional department, operating at both the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) and the Weill Cornell Medicine and is responsible for the care and use of more than 225,000 animals daily and employs approximately 225 FTEs of professional, paraprofessional, and service staff and has a combined annual operating budget of $22M.
We are seeking an Administrative Coordinator to act as a liaison between the department and Human Resources and provide direct management and oversight of the day to day administrative activities of the CCMP Administrative Staff to ensure efficient and effective administrative operations. The administrative staff is located across four different facilities.
Assist with the hiring, promotion and termination of departmental staff and serve as a liaison between Human Resources and Senior Staff with regards to employee relations matters.
Develop, implement and oversee a process for onboarding of new employees orienting them to the institution and CCMP wide policies and procedures, coordinating the procurement of the technological tools required for their position and overseeing institution and facility access.
Advise Senior Staff concerning managing employees scheduled and unscheduled absences.
Produce and revise employee orientation materials and departmental wide policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Oversees the daily activities and completion of assignments of the Administrative Staff and develops staff schedules to ensure appropriate coverage at all times.
Evaluates existing and proposed administrative or operational policies, practices, and techniques and recommends improvements.
Resolves challenging client complaints and concerns.
Directly and independently supervises the functions and activities of CCMP’s Administrative Staff by delegating work assignments and ensures completion of duties assigned.
A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Health Care Administration, Management, and/or Business.
At least four years of experience in business management or administrative experience.
Must be proficient with Excel, including pivot tables.
Prior supervisory experience in an academic, research or health care environment is highly preferred.
Prior employee relations experience is preferred.
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