How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
The Department of Radiology is seeking a highly organized Administrative Specialist Associate for the Faculty Affairs office. This position reports to the Manager of Faculty Affairs and works closely with the Faculty/Credentialing Administrative Specialist. This person will also provide administrative support to faculty and back up to the manager.
Determine appropriate classifications for incoming faculty related to track appointments (i.e. Clinical, Instructional, and Research), promotions for internal faculty, and salary offers. Recommendations are made to the Chair of the department.
Develop and oversee the recruitment, employment, and orientation for new faculty in the department.
Faculty Salary programs, faculty effort changes, appointment or salary changes, sabbatical- working closely with department finance division
Oversee and lead the Post Doc Fellows employment process within the department.
Oversee and lead of Visiting Observers, Professors, and shadowing program within the department
Faculty contact for HR related matters ( i.e. LOA, FMLA, Benefits, and Policies/Procedures).
Design and facilitate meetings, events, and training related to Faculty Affairs (i.e. Credentialing/Licensure/Board Certifications) within the Department of Radiology. Ensure compliance and maintain up-to-date knowledge of current regulations and human resources files
Serves as the Assistant Supervisor (functional) over the Administrative Support Group (20+) and backup to Faculty Affairs Manager.
Leadership, organization, and problem solving skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with faculty, and the ability to communicate effectively.
Knowledge of university systems and ability to research issues and keep issues confidential.
Demonstrate knowledge in human resources and skills in
data preparation, analysis and presentation along with project management skills.
Ability to work independently, set priorities, handle multiple assignments and deadlines.
Ability to create manuals, tutorials, training guides, and step by step detailed processes.
Experience working in a Faculty Affairs environment.
University Hospital, Med Inn C406
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