What You’ll Get to Do: The Administrative Assistant will provide essential administrative and technology support for the operation of Division Integrated Review Groups (IRGs) at the National Institute of Health (NIH), Center for Scientific Research (CSR). They will support and coordinate the review of research grant applications to further the mission of CSR.
More About the Role
The Administrative Assistant works closely with their IRG Chief and Scientific Review Officers to coordinate IRG and CSR review processes, policies, and procedures and comply with them to ensure accuracy and timeliness of work products. Their responsibilities include the following:
Support the coordination of events and meetings, including scheduling, printing, monitoring conflicts, monitoring equipment and technology, communicating with hotels and coordinating the implementation of automated contracts
Design and maintain databases that support specific IRG activities using desktop database software; and maintain databases of performance milestones
Manage documentation and develop materials using software programs including but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Perform broadly-based data review activities that ensure the accuracy and timeliness of information documenting review process status
Respond quickly and effectively to changes in the characteristics of work performed to efficiently deploy and redeploy staff resources in response to short term needs.
Perform complex database query functions in researching individual application status or the status of applications assigned to a given study section
Monitor the processing of grants applications in the Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the ability to work with the Electronic Research Administration (eRA) Modules and Services (QVR, REV CMM, IAR).
Work with the Federal Extramural Support staff (ESAs) and reviewers to prepare for review meetings.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Master’s or bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
Experience interacting with a diverse customer base.
Proven analytic, verbal, and written communication skills.
Excellent computer and IT skills.
Proven ability to problem solve.
Experience with the tools and processes used for data collection and analysis.
What We Can Offer You:
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