NYU Medical Center Project Associate (Temp Program) in New York, New York
Project Associate (Temp Program)
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Position Summary:We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Project Associate (TP) through the NYU Langone Health In House Temp Program.In this role, the successful candidate is responsible for providing a broad range of support on projects or program related planning functions; for providing moderate data analysis and other research-related activities; using judgment and discretion to interpret and analyze data for reporting purposes; planning and coordinating seminars, project milestones, as needed; and working under general supervision.
Performs and participates in other job related duties as required.
Clerical Support - Makes and provides clerical support to the department/unit (photocopy, fax, mails, and files, data entry, sorts and distributes mail, ect.) and other related duties as needed. May order office supplies. Meets and greets clients; Resolves non-routine situations based on established policies and procedures and refers non solved issues and questions to the appropriate party.
Filing and Mail Distribution - Maintains office filing and storage systems by sorting, recording and filing written material in alphabetical, numerical, or subject order as needed. Retrieves material from files upon request and keeps records of the movement of file materials. Opens, sorts, routes and distributes mail to the appropriate party. Screen mail to determine which letters can be answered independtly.
Scheduling and Coordinating - Maintains routine calendar, schedules appointments, assist in preparing for conferences (checking the logistics and technical support, order and set up food, etc.) and other related duties. Assists and coordinates special events planning.
Word Processing/Typing - Prepares and proofreads memos, reports and applications. Independently prepares responses to routine correspondence. Develops documents for presentation or meeting.
Moderately Complex Clerical Functions - Assists in the preparation of the departments budget report, completes petty cash vouchers and obtains necessary signatures, obtains petty cash, prepares payments and check requests for payments to vendors as needed. May provide messenger services for the Department.
Reports - Prepares and review documents independently. Coordinates/communicates project activities with concerned parties. Receives, classifies, reconciles and consolidates data. Compiles and prepares reports based on information readily available, verify, interprets and analyses information, determines report format, identifies discrepancies and make corrections. Researches problems, issues and concerns and responds to requests for information and summarizes data based on information compiled from various sources.
Moderate Project Support - Uses judgment to provides project/program support while prioritizing own work to a supervisor, department, or organizational unit in the preparation, analyses and delivering of project relevant materials that includes but is not limited to: tracks, organizes and maintains data collected, conducts researches, analyses, interprets and reports the final findings. Assists with project and event planning and implementation, manages the logistics of and coordinates content development for meetings, conferences, and other project-related events; assists with the design and development of project products and reports; coordinates and monitors project budgets; coordinates proposal development and managing the proposal process; assists with project data collection activities such as surveys to maintain and improve the effectiveness of the workflow and ensure customer satisfaction. May supervise and guide the work of other staff such as the work of the project assistant.
Minimum Qualifications:To qualify you must have a Associates Degree. Minimum of 1 Year of related experience in an office setting or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
Preferred Qualifications:Associates degree in a related field with 2 to 3 years of related experience in an office setting is preferred.
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