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The Hematologic Malignancies Research Program within the Division of Medical Oncology has an outstanding opportunity for a Temporary, Full-Time Program Support Supervisor based at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. This position supervises support staff in the Hematologic Malignancies research program, coordinates program operations, acts as a liaison between the program and outside organizations and promotes staff development.
Provide broad range of high-level faculty support to 8+ physicians using independent judgement; oversee, direct and coordinate program support activities; assist the Clinical Research Program Manager in setting and prioritizing goals for the department; coordinate, schedule and monitor program activities to determine consistency with program goals; provide support for and promote team development within the department; prepare work schedules and ensure that sufficient administrative coverage is provided; monitor staff activities to ensure that standards of timeliness, accuracy and professionalism are maintained; prepare reports; act as a liaison between the program and outside organizations; prepare and edit external communications.
Job duties include: PROGRAM OPERATIONS (70%)
•Directs coordination of various Program meetings, including the Lymphoma Protocol Meeting, Multiple Myeloma Meeting, Press Conference, Research Team Weekly Meeting •Makes recommendations to Clinical Research Program Manager for changes in supplies, equipment, or procedures to improve efficiency or to reduce costs in accordance to program goals •Contributes to development and implementation of departmental policies and procedures and standards of work, using a high degree of independent judgment •Informs staff members of department policies, rules and regulations •Prepares reports with respect to program goals, for example enrollment metrics and program abstracts, publications and citations •Edits external communications for style, voice, and content with respect to program goals •Assists in preparation and editing of grants and proposals, grant submission •Gift/Surplus and Sponsored Program budget reconciliation and management •Receive and reconcile sponsor payments •Create and maintain study specific financial trackers •Create of submission of study invoices to sponsors •Create of Advanced Budget Numbers •Processing budget extensions •Patient Travel Reimbursement •Faculty and Staff Salary Distribution and reconciliation •Receive, review, payment and reconciliation of Fred Hutch, SCCA, and outside vendor invoices •Attend meetings and/or conferences as department representative •Contributes to development and implementation of program policies and procedures and standards of work •Prepares and/or edits meeting agendas and minutes for various program meetings •Other program support duties as needed
FACULTY SUPPORT (20%)
•Coordinates faculty meetings, presentations, interviews and travel •Creates detailed faculty travel itineraries •Updates and maintains faculty CVs, Bio sketches and Biographies as needed •Creates and edits presentations, manuscripts and external correspondence on behalf of faculty, using a high degree of independent judgement •Oversee and/or execute office operations including: ordering supplies and equipment within department guidelines, coordinating office moves, orienting and training staff, updating and developing office policies and procedures, and establishing quality controls for office operations to ensure efficiency; •Coordinate processes related to faculty recruitment, appointment and promotion. •Other administrative duties as needed
SUPERVISORY DUTIES (10%)
•Hire, train and supervise Program Assistant 1.0 FTE Required:
High school graduation or equivalent AND three years of applicable experience in the program specialty OR equivalent education/experience
Required Job Knowledge and Skills:
•Excellent oral and written communications skills. •Outstanding attention to detail. •Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks. •Maintain a high degree of confidentiality. •Excellent Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel skills
•BA and BS in Science and or Biology •Experience with UW and Department of Medicine systems, such as MFD, SAGE, ARIBA, EPIC, etc. •Understanding of clinical trials research processes and grant application cycles.
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