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Auto req ID 28678BR
Business Title Coordinator I (Administrative Compliance Coordinator)
School/Unit Harvard Medical School
Location USA - MA - Boston
Job Function General Administration
Time Status Full-time
Schedule Monday through Friday; 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Department Harvard Center for Comparative Medicine
Salary Grade 054
Union 55 - Hvd Union Cler & Tech Workers
Duties & Responsibilities The selected candidate will be the primary contact for the Office of the Director for the HCCM. Job duties are as follows: Oversee and provide administrative support for all aspects of activity of the Office of the Director. Manage the administrative program of animal care with responsibilities that include: preparation and submission federal, state, local, and university assurances, reports of compliance, licenses, and permits for the Harvard Medical Area and Harvard University/Faculty of Arts & Sciences (HU/FAS); interpretation and re-enforcement of University policy regarding the care and use of laboratory animals; acting as liaison between the Director’s Office and research faculty regarding aspects of the animal care and use program and areas of noncompliance for both the HCCM and the HU/FAS Office of Animal Resources; and overseeing the coordination of all aspects of AAALAC site visits for the HMA including the preparation of the AAALAC Document. This individual will also provide direct support to the Director in the form of triaging phone calls, calendar and meeting management, coordinating travel, preparation of presentations and reports. Will coordinate long-term projects, gather information with independent follow-up on action items. Will coordinate all aspects of the the curriculum assemblage and financial administration of Biology 251, Introduction to Vertebrate Surgery.
Basic Qualifications Bachelors degree or equivalent of education plus relevant business experience. 3-5 years of progressive administrative experience required, ideally in a compliance setting.
Additional Qualifications Bachelors degree strongly preferred. Experience in research administration and/or animal care program management is highly desirable. Familiarity with medical and scientific terminology; knowledge of federal regulations regarding care and use of laboratory animals in research and teaching also desirable. Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential for federal reporting requirements, faculty contact, and consultation. Must have superior organization and attention to detail to work with large quantities of information. Strong independent decision making and problem solving skills; demonstrated competency using MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Adobe Acrobat; database management a plus. Candidate must have the ability to handle multiple priorities concurrently. The ability to interact professionally with a variety of staff across multiple levels (internal and external), and excellent customer service skills are essential. Basic understanding of the operation of a laboratory animal facility is preferred.
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