The Section of Plastic Surgery is an active and growing Section with 16 clinical faculty and several research faculty. We are seeking an Administrative Assistant Intermediate staff member to support 2 to 3 faculty members in their clinical, research and educational work.
The successful candidate will have to exercise initiative, independent judgment, diplomacy, a service oriented attitude and follow-through. We are looking for a team member with excellent attention to detail and some familiarity with Michigan Medicine policies and procedures. The ability to prioritize and meet deadlines is essential as is discretion in handling sensitive and/or confidential matters.
• Manage complex calendars, schedule meetings and other appointments using MS Outlook.
• Assist with planning educational symposia and other Section wide events.
• Coordinate complex travel arrangements for faculty on domestic and international engagements and submit travel reports using the Concur system.
• Assist faculty with the completion of quarterly reports, re-credentialing, relicensure and recertification.
• Maintain curriculum vitae in MCV and in Word.
• Reconcile Statement of Activity for CME and other project/grants.
• Transcribe and edit all internal and external correspondence, manuscripts, grant applications and reviews using advanced medical terminology.
• Screen, prioritize and route all written and electronic correspondence, and phone calls while responding and/or acting on behalf of the faculty, when appropriate.
• Requires a high school education or equivalent and two to four years of experience.
• Proficiency in Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook Calendar required.
• Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision and as part of a dedicated team.
• Strong organizational skills and the ability to successfully complete multiple tasks within established and changing deadlines is required.
• Bachelor's degree preferred.
• Two to four years of experience in an Administrative role preferred.
Monday through Friday 8am - 5pm
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