A member of a team of program administrators working closely with the Senior Department Administrator (SDA) to provide high level management to the Institute on Development and Disabilities and Departments of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Center for Women's Health (IPOC).
The Administrator works under the direction of, and with delegated authority from, the Department Chair of Pediatrics, the Institute Director, and the SDA, and oversees the planning and operations for the Institute. In this capacity, s/he will advise the Chair and SDA on departmental/Institute issues, lead departmental/Institute initiatives, and represent departmental/Institute leadership in external programs, projects and committees. S/he will be asked to direct and oversee all administrative and financial aspects of Institute clinical programs including strategic planning, personnel management, budgeting and finance, professional practice issues, facilities, inventory and equipment, contract negotiation, and professional billing. Works closely with the Chair, Institute Director and SDA on all administrative functions, providing administrative continuity in the Chair's/SDA's absence.
The administrator will oversee all aspects of administration for the Institute on Development and Disability within the Department of Pediatrics. In this capacity, the administrator will ensure the Institute is financially viable and in compliance with all applicable regulatory and university policies, procedures and processes pertaining to faculty affairs, human resources, and professional billing.
In addition, under the direction for the SDA, the Institute Administrator will take a leadership role in the development and implementation of strategic and operational initiatives that will build upon collaborative approaches that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of all IPOC participating organizations.