University of Rochester CTSI Education Coordinator in Rochester, New York
Full Time 40 hours Grade 051 Clin & Trans Science Institute
8 AM-5 PM
The CTSI Education Program Coordinators provide administrative support and project management for the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science research education programs. The Education Program Coordinator works closely with the CTSI Director of Research Education and the directors of numerous related educational programs to plan, organize, implement, and evaluate their programs. This position requires good judgment, independent thinking, and multi-tasking skills.
Under general direction from the CTSI Director of Research Education, provides administrative support to CTSI education and training programs. Program management activities include developing monthly and yearly action plans, monitoring programmatic resources and expenditures, preparing reports, recommending process improvements, and providing administrative support in the planning and coordinating of program events and initiatives. Specific program responsibilities are outlined below:
Provides administrative support for the CTSI KL2 Career Development Program. Program management duties include distributing the program request for applications (RFA) to various communication outlets, facilitating the application process, organizing application reviews, processing awardee notifications, organizing awardee orientation sessions, assisting awardees with requests throughout their appointment to the program, and follow-up tracking of alumni.
Provides administrative support for the Rochester Partnership to Advance Research and Academic Careers in Deaf Scholars Program (K12). Duties include compiling data and preparing the required federal-funder reporting, including student appointments and terminations, research-program performance reporting, and renewal submissions. Provides administrative support, including planning arrangements, for program leadership at all meetings and events.
Provides support for the Rochester Bridges to the Doctorate for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Program (R25). Duties include compiling data and preparing the required federal-funder reporting, including student appointments and terminations, research-program performance reporting, and renewal submissions. Provides administrative support, including planning arrangements, for program leadership at all meetings and events.
Provides administrative support for the Translational Workforce Development Program. Duties include, planning, organizing and supporting meetings of the Education Directorate, coordinating an annual CTSI symposium, and other workforce-development activities.
Provides administrative support for the Early Stage Faculty Boot Camp. Duties include planning and coordinating event marketing and logistics, and facilitating attendee registration, catering requests and scheduling presenters. Additionally, the Education Coordinator will facilitate the daily sessions during the event week and provide support to the program director.
- Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree and at least 1 year of experience (2 years experience preferred) in an administrative capacity within academia and some relevant experience supporting biomedical research or clinical training programs. A Master’s Degree in Education or a related field would be advantageous.
- Must have excellent written and oral communication, interpersonal, management and delegation skills.
- Must be capable of prioritizing activities to ensure timely and effective completion, and be able to adjust priorities as circumstances change.
- Must be able to function independently but use good judgment in involving program directors and senior colleagues to overcome barriers or make policy decisions.
- Must be comfortable with Microsoft Office software especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- Must maintain expert familiarity with the NIH eRA Commons, XTrain, and XTract systems.
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Job Title: CTSI Education Coordinator
Location: School of Medicine & Dentistry
Job ID: 207169
Full/Part Time: Full-Time