BSD ALL - Administrative Staff
About the Department
The Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology (Alliance) is a National Cancer Institute (NCI) sponsored research organization with over 100 member networks (over 1200 research sites). The Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology at the University of Chicago serves as the office for scientific protocol, administrative, regulatory and pharmaceutical affairs operations of the Alliance. The Program Administrator manages administrative operations and support, human resources and office management activities. Supervises administrative staff. Leads development of standard operating procedures, in conjunction with other Alliance managers.
The job manages a team of professionals responsible for the administration of academic, research, clinical or administrative programs.
Manage and supervise the day to day responsibilities and operations of the Chicago Office Operations and Support team, including IT, Education and Training, Reporting and Analytics, Human Resources and general administration, as assigned by CAO. Is accountable for the performance and results of Operations and Support team, including establishing annual performance goals, allocating resources, and assessing performance. Ensure staff manage and prioritize workload, meet goals and guidelines, and resolve issues in a timely and efficient manner.
Oversees project development and implementation of initiatives, office procedures and policies and ensures compliance. Responsible for program evaluation, tracking, policy implementation and personnel administration. Evaluate workflow and implement processes for improving overall office efficiency and productivity.
Ensures stability and growth of support programs by focusing on accomplishments of strategic objectives set forth by Alliance senior management. Support services include all office management, scheduling, vendor vetting and review of services, office equipment contracts, and managing office related budgets in conjunction with finance staff.
Adapts departmental plans and priorities to address resources and operational challenges. Decisions are guided by policies, procedures and business plan and from guidance given by CAO.
Oversee development of Alliance policies and standard operating procedures. Manage collaborative and integrative efforts between Alliance units, National Cancer Institute (NCI), and other health or regulatory agencies.
Provides technical guidance to employees and colleagues.
Lead Human Resources Partner for department. Manage end-to-end hiring process for the department, including preparation of job descriptions, job requisitions, postings, hiring process, performance management, accruals, and Workday. Coordinate space/office assignments for employees. Coordinate staff training programs, staff meetings and other staff functions. Maintain all human resources files and attend University HR meetings. Determine resource requirements, oversee interviewing and hiring, perform merit reviews and corrective action up to and including termination, and provide ongoing supervision, guidance and training as needed.
Serves as department liaison to University of Chicago and BSD Human Resources regarding labor relations issues, job postings, job classifications, employee benefits, payroll, leave administration, employee departures, policies and procedures.
Serves as department liaison to 125 Wacker Building Management, regarding all policies including, Lease agreement, Certificate of Insurance, Fire Safety, Building service call and charges, Stanley Security system, as well as main contact.
Serves as department liaison to University of Chicago and BSD Information Systems (BSDIS), including IT support, CNET creation and tracking, computer hardware and software purchases and tracking, file server maintenance and accessibility and disaster recovery (CRI).
Manages the dissemination, interpretation and application of program policies and recommends or makes exceptions.
Manages program operations and administrative functions which may include planning and scheduling, program evaluation, policy implementation, personnel administration, budget, marketing, fundraising and proposal development.
Performs other related work as needed
Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 7+ years of work experience in a related job discipline.
Minimum of three years relevant and progressively responsible experience
Health Care, Public Health or Clinical Research experience
Excellent interpersonal skills
Attention to detail
Strong analytical and organizational skills
High degree of professionalism
High level of efficiency
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and under tight deadlines
Ability to handle confidential information with utmost discretion
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point
When applying, the document(s) MUST be uploaded via the My Experience page, in the section titled Resume/CV of the application.
Administration & Management
Scheduled Weekly Hours
Drug Test Required
Health Screen Required
Motor Vehicle Record Inquiry Required
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