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The Department of Pharmaceutics at the School of Pharmacy has an outstanding opportunity for a Program Coordinator.
Under the direction of the Program Operations Manager and within the TLC-ART program the Program Coordinator will: Plan, schedule and fully coordinate meetings between the groups of the TLC-ART program. This includes soliciting and assembling agenda items from the Executive Committee (EC), Executive Leadership Group (ELG), the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), and subgroups as appropriate and needed. Organize the logistics of each meeting including reserving conference rooms, booking conference calls, and coordinating travel arrangements. Prepare a summary of the key points, decisions, and action items. These summaries will be reviewed and approved before circulation.
Provide assistance to the Program Operations Manager in various administrative tasks such as: the development of organizational budgets and contracts; the preparation of grants and grant proposals; managing data bases; developing statistical data and spreadsheets; researching, collecting and preparing information for reports.
Assist in the development of short and long term plans for monitoring progress and assuring adherence to the TLC-ART program goals. Track project and subproject timelines and milestones. Collate reports from project leaders and verify checklists. Compile proposed article submissions and archive completed publications under the direction of the TLC-ART Executive Committee. Work with confidential materials and information. Maintain and update program website which will have an internal face for those working on the project and a public side for information which will be shared including information from publications. Monitor and maintain program budget status and compliance with institutional policy and applicable laws and regulations; sign vouchers; receive process and deposit funds; review travel reimbursement requests and arrange for reimbursement. Track and report any conflicts of interest by the program personnel to the TLC-ART Executive Leadership Group. Perform related duties as required.
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REQUIREMENTS: High school graduation or equivalent AND 2 or more years of experience in a progressively responsible coordination role in an academic student setting with the University (including program and executive support).
Experience in editorial support and coordination including proofing, editing, printing, document creation and records database management in an academic or healthcare setting
Computer proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook in a Windows environment.
Ability to work independently with a high degree of reliability, accuracy, and productivity.
Experience with UW administration systems, such as Ariba, Procard, My Financial Desktop.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration.
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Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check.
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