Provide skilled secretarial and administrative support to assigned management and professionals. Monitor office processes and procedures, program data, and work with supervisor to create efficiencies.
Performs a variety of research activities involved in planning, organizing and/or conducting assigned portion(s) of Early Psychosis Intervention Network (EPINET) research studies following established related protocols. Participates in the coordination of sharing information, lending assistance, and solving problems with other team members, as needed.
Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience in mental health settings and working with psychosis, such as a Mental Health Tech, Recovery Support Specialist. Research or analytical experience preferred.
Must be able to type a minimum of 40 WPM. Requires ability to work with the public, ability to maintain professionalism at all times and ability to maintain confidentiality. Able to take initiative and work interdependently, meet deadlines.
Advanced Microsoft Office skills required. Must possess an Oklahoma Driver License and use personal automobile to travel to locations other than primary office.
Family & Children's Service