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Experience Experience
05/2015 present
Houston, TX
Senior Division Administrator
Houston, TX
Senior Division Administrator
05/2015 present
Houston, TX
Senior Division Administrator
05/2015 present
  • Make administrative and procedural decisions and judgments
  • Compiles data for reports and collates into a single report. Assists with more complex research and investigation. May prepare analyses of information
  • Resolve moderately complex problems
  • Approve division expense reports
  • Approve division Outside Activity Reports
  • Complete Pro forma for new branch openings and for RJAS internal considerations
  • Research errors hitting branch P&L's
11/2011 12/2014
Phoenix, AZ
Division Administrator
Phoenix, AZ
Division Administrator
11/2011 12/2014
Phoenix, AZ
Division Administrator
11/2011 12/2014
  • Maintain and manages division SharePoint site for Branch Managers
  • Create SharePoint site for Financial Advisors and dissemination of monthly division newsletter
  • Approve group names in division
  • Approve DVP accounts for division
  • Review scorecards for division prior to distribution
  • Management of at least 6 of the following
  • Guides the workflow of the Manager by prioritizing and engaging others, as necessary, to ensure task completion
09/2007 10/2011
Houston, TX
Division Administrator
Houston, TX
Division Administrator
09/2007 10/2011
Houston, TX
Division Administrator
09/2007 10/2011
  • Provide administrative support to selected members of the extended Division leadership team, including the Division Portfolio Manager or other Division-level staff
  • Utilizes expert knowledge of PNNL systems, processes, and policies to efficiently and effectively manage overall office operations, and seeks out continuous process improvements
  • Represents the division office in its interactions with all levels of staff and management, and utilizes a clear, professional, and executive communication style
  • Coordinates and collaborates with the CSA administrative team to ensure effective support is provided both in times of heavy workloads and staff absence. May direct tasks of other administrators
  • Proactively identify solutions and process improvements, implement them, and share with other Administrators
  • Independently complete ad hoc projects or requests as identified by the Division Director
  • Assembles, researches, and summarizes information in advance in preparation for meetings, reports, and presentations
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Skills Skills
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare and present analytical assessments and reports, and to communicate professionally and effectively
  • Ability to interact professionally with senior MITRE leaders and senior government officials, exhibiting decorum and discretion at all times
  • Demonstrated commitment and leadership ability to advance diversity and inclusion
  • Demonstrated ability to manage and supervise staff and assign or reorganize tasks to meet the Division’s overall strategic goals
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully plan, organize, implement and coordinate financial and administrative activities in a diverse and complicated system
  • Financial industry knowledge
  • Demonstrated ability to manage funds effectively, from a variety of sources and with the use of a variety of financial management software applications
  • Ability to work independently
  • Strong financial management skills to include comprehensive understanding of academic medical institution financial structure and operational standards
  • Engage in professional networking
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Make administrative and procedural decisions and judgments
  • Compiles data for reports and collates into a single report. Assists with more complex research and investigation. May prepare analyses of information
  • Resolve moderately complex problems
  • Approve division expense reports
  • Approve division Outside Activity Reports
  • Complete Pro forma for new branch openings and for RJAS internal considerations
  • Research errors hitting branch P&L's
  • Maintain and manages division SharePoint site for Branch Managers
  • Create SharePoint site for Financial Advisors and dissemination of monthly division newsletter
  • Approve group names in division
  • Approve DVP accounts for division
  • Review scorecards for division prior to distribution
  • Provide branch Compliance and management oversight when needed
  • Financial industry knowledge
  • Basic business administration principles
  • Concierge level customer service experience
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Must be responsive to both internal and external client's needs
  • Bachelor's degree in Business and a minimum of three (3) years working experience in a professional business environment
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree or a minimum of 8 years of experience in a financial services environment required
  • Minimum 5 years of administrative/operations experience required
  • Minimum 5 years of management experience required
  • Ability to perform functional duties and related positions with minimal supervision
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of Bank personnel and customers
  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements and bank policies and procedures
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience in a physician practice office setting
  • Strong physician relationship skills
  • Demonstrated ambulatory skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Demonstrated finance and marketing knowledge
  • Master's Degree
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • 8 years' experience in administrative or supervisory capacity with exposure to a combination of budgets, finance, grant administration, facilities, and human resources; or the equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired
  • Personnel and Human Resources: Knowledge of principles and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection, training, compensation
  • Master’s degree in business, accounting or a related field
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • In collaboration with Department Administration, as well as the Office of Human Resources, administers human resource activities to include coordinating the recruitment, appointment, credentialing, international visas, promotion and tenure actions and evaluation of educational appointees, staff and faculty
  • Responsible for ensuring effective onboarding and orientation of all new faculty and staff, within established departmental guidelines
  • Supervises division administrative and/or accounting support staff. May also supervise billing and/or clinic managers or supervisors
  • In collaboration with Department Administration, prepares and administers budgets for the division and its related programs, including expense and income tracking, and monthly account balances. May be responsible for creation of required budgetary and financial reports, as well as oversight of division accounting activities
  • May serve as the primary liaison for business activities within the division. Demonstrates commitment to improving service and product quality for internal and external customers. In collaboration with Department Administration, designs systems and processes which enhance efficiency and effectiveness of internal controls and ensure the integrity of the division
  • May coordinate and assist in the preparation of grant proposals and contractual agreements and associated budgets; ensure the timely submission of proposals or agreements which meet institutional or departmental mandates
  • May assist in long-range planning for division research program growth and changes in research priorities. May also develop and implement research budgets, and provide oversight of post award reporting requirements
  • Interfaces with Information Resources to resolve computer hardware and software problems. May recommend and oversee the installation of new software packages
  • Within departmental guidelines, provides administrative oversight for division education programs for students, residents, and fellows, including recruitment, orientation, training, records management as well as continuing education for faculty members
  • Coordinates the division's physical resource utilization, including space planning, budget and inventory control, purchasing and utilization of department/division resources. May provide project management oversight in the setup and establishment of new laboratories, offices or clinical spacefor incoming faculty
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's in business, accounting or a related field with 8 or more years' experience in administrative or supervisory capacity with exposure to a combination of budgets, finance, grant administration, facilities, &/or human resources; or 10 yrs administrative experience
  • Desire for professional growth and achievement in the field of healthcare administration, an overwhelmingly positive, collaborative, and ‘can-do’ attitude, and an unwavering and mission-driven commitment to service
  • Relevant experience and/or a strong interest in academic medicine along with a graduate degree in healthcare or business administration
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Senior Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administering transportation industry guidelines, organizational management and performance based practical design
  • Verbal and written communication with strong negotiating and relationship building with internal and external stakeholders
  • Leading timely completion of projects
  • Effectively assess, articulate, implement & synthesize complex projects and organizational needs with diplomacy
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  • Provides exceptional level of administrative assistance to the CSA Division Director, guided by an understanding of NSD and CSA goals, technical group objectives, assigned responsibilities, and the changing business environment
  • Prioritizes critical activities and maintains a high degree of responsiveness and flexibility in a constantly changing work environment, as well as anticipating needs on behalf of the Manager
  • Guides the workflow of the Manager by prioritizing and engaging others, as necessary, to ensure task completion
  • Provide administrative support to selected members of the extended Division leadership team, including the Division Portfolio Manager or other Division-level staff
  • Provides leadership and flows information in a timely and actionable way to the full CSA administrative team, and other NSD administrators as needed
  • Utilizes expert knowledge of PNNL systems, processes, and policies to efficiently and effectively manage overall office operations, and seeks out continuous process improvements
  • Represents the division office in its interactions with all levels of staff and management, and utilizes a clear, professional, and executive communication style
  • Coordinates and collaborates with the CSA administrative team to ensure effective support is provided both in times of heavy workloads and staff absence. May direct tasks of other administrators
  • Proactively identify solutions and process improvements, implement them, and share with other Administrators
  • Independently complete ad hoc projects or requests as identified by the Division Director
  • Assembles, researches, and summarizes information in advance in preparation for meetings, reports, and presentations
  • Reviews incoming mail and electronic correspondence, identifies and forwards appropriate actions, and responds independently when appropriate, gathers and compiles input for response, and tracks actions and signature items
  • Ensures that the Division leadership team (Division Director, Technical Group Managers, Division Portfolio team) is aware of task commitments and due dates and assists with the preparation of deliverables
  • Effectively controls the manager’s office calendar and makes independent judgment to determine how and where Division Director or TGMs should take part in meetings and events, and identified appropriate delegations. Knowledge of routine and non-routine commitments, availability of staff, and close communication with administrative support staff across the Laboratory is required
  • Organizes and attends meetings, prepares agendas, coordinates and gathers information, ensuring completeness and accuracy. Ensures that assignments, follow up and accountabilities are met
  • Coordinates classified and unclassified meetings, processes classified documents and is able to electronically transmit classified materials to sponsors
  • Uses discretion and good judgment about the disclosure or processing of sensitive, confidential, or classified information or materials
  • Participates in routine NSD administrator meetings for networking, teamwork, and administrative highlights
  • Makes recommendations to resolve administrative issues/processes affecting the organizational unit and teams to develop solutions
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate and arrange meetings involving senior MITRE and government leaders
  • Serve as liaison to the corporate executive administrative team, providing them input and support as required
  • Implement at the division level administrative guidelines set forth by the center
  • Arrange logistics support to a wide range of meetings, to include reserving facilities, arranging travel of attendees, overseeing catering, coordinating with security, and providing administrative support as needed to participants
  • Conduct division-level administrative tasks. These duties include, but are not limited to: arranging and organizing meetings, teleconferences/VTC’s; coordinating meeting catering; drafting routine correspondence including HR forms; maintaining department records, organization charts, and miscellaneous files; arranging travel reservations; preparing employee expense vouchers (EEVs) and local travel vouchers (LTVs); answering telephones; distributing mail; arranging for office moves; processing time sheets; preparing documents to specified standards; distributing documents
  • Maintain calendars for Division managers and senior technical staff via Outlook. Coordinate, anticipate, analyze and proactively react to changes in priorities and tasks within the division
  • Demonstrate proactive initiation and follow-through on a broad range of administrative duties
  • Provide direct support to the Director and division/portfolio senior staff on strategic initiatives of the organization and portfolio
  • Mentor/guide/direct the work of department administrative support
  • Ability to interact professionally with senior MITRE leaders and senior government officials, exhibiting decorum and discretion at all times
  • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Lync)/Microsoft SharePoint
  • Excellent grammar, spelling, punctuation, editing, organizational and communications skills
  • Interact effectively with senior government/military officials, and MITRE personnel in a cooperative and professional manner along with performing as a team-player
  • Exceptional communications and interpersonal skills will be required to interact frequently with a variety of MITRE and customer personnel
  • Willingness to be submittd for TOP SECRET clearances and take a Counterintelligence Polygraph
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • A bachelor’s degree in business, business administration, finance, accounting , education, social sciences, healthcare administration, public administration, communications, information systems, or a directly related field from an accredited institution
  • A Master’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in accounting/business/health care management, finance or closely related field
  • Five years of professional experience in financial administration/management
  • Five years of responsible financial, administrative, and supervisory experience in a university or healthcare setting
  • Prior experience with the University’s PeopleSoft finance and human resources management system. Prior experience in managing clinical and/or grant revenue
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and orally
  • Demonstrated commitment and leadership ability to advance diversity and inclusion
  • Strong financial management skills to include comprehensive understanding of academic medical institution financial structure and operational standards
  • Demonstrated ability to manage funds effectively, from a variety of sources and with the use of a variety of financial management software applications
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare and present analytical assessments and reports, and to communicate professionally and effectively
  • Demonstrated excellence in establishing work priorities and providing follow through, and meeting established deadlines
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully plan, organize, implement and coordinate financial and administrative activities in a diverse and complicated system
  • Demonstrated ability to manage and supervise staff and assign or reorganize tasks to meet the Division’s overall strategic goals
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support Division Chief as primary managerial partner in divisional decision making
  • Serve as primary managerial point of contact for all division faculty (currently 56); advise on, trouble-shoot, and carry out difficult faculty or staff human resources decisions; includes significant interface with both University and CHOP HR departments
  • Develop staffing projections and advise on recruitment needs; support recruitment and hiring decisions and the smooth onboarding of new physicians and staff, including communication with all involved parties to assure completion of all pre-employment requirements
  • Partner with Division Chief and program leaders (Medical Directors, Fellowship Director, Chief CRNA), as well as other departments (Surgery, Nursing) on strategic planning for new programs, expansion to new sites, and joint decision making
  • Advise on the development of structure and goals for divisional committees to promote shared decision making within the division; staff and support the activities of these committees (Operations, Education, Quality and Safety)
  • Develop and maintain robust tools for planning and managing clinical staffing, academic time, and complex on-call assignments for 24 CHOP Main ORs, 4 Ambulatory Surgical Facilities, the Special Delivery Unit, and 8+ non-OR anesthesia locations
  • Manage annual financial performance for annual divisional budget of $35 M
  • Develop the annual budget for the division, with the oversight of the Executive Director and Director of Finance. Review and analyze monthly financial statements to identify and understand variances and take appropriate corrective actions
  • Collaborate with professional and hospital billing offices and Epic IS teams to ensure accurate and complete documentation, optimize charge capture, and improve workflows
  • Monitor trends in payor mix and collection rate
  • Assist in budgeting external funding sources (e.g., research and/or endowment accounts) and collaborate with the Research Institute to monitor performance
  • Manage faculty-and personnel-related expenses for the division
  • Maintain all changes in faculty compensation, FTE, and employment status
  • Assist the Division Chief in the development and maintenance of faculty incentive programs, including group and individual metrics; maintain ongoing tracking of total annual compensation for individual faculty
  • Approve all operational and professional expenses for the division, up to authorized limits
  • Maintain and approve time and attendance for CHOP payroll employees within division
  • Oversee administrative and clinical staff within division, both directly and through delegation to direct reports
  • Direct the activities of the Office Manager and his/her team of administrative support staff
  • Manage research and clinical staff through delegated leaders (e.g., Chief CRNA, Research Manager)
  • Approve paid time off; manage performance
  • Interface regularly with leaders throughout the enterprise and externally to ensure excellence in patient experience, quality improvement, and compliance with internal and external regulations
  • Maintain and update clinical policies in conjunction with clinical leaders and OSMO staff
  • Maintain FPPE, OPPE, QAPI data for all division providers
  • Co-lead the ASF utilization improvement group, in collaboration with Surgical, Nursing, and Anesthesiology clinical leaders
  • Oversee the contract with United Anesthesia Services for outsourced night and weekend anesthesiology coverage in the Special Delivery Unit
  • Develop internal systems for assuring high quality and consistent completion of operational functions
  • Perform independent analyses of current processes and design and implement changes where necessary
  • Support continuous quality improvement
  • Oversee the smooth operation of ongoing functions of the division
  • Oversee office space planning
  • Troubleshoot administrative issues for physicians and staff
  • Represent division and/or department on various institutional committees and enterprise initiatives
  • Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative discipline and an interest in health care management
  • 2 – 5years experience in health care setting; prior supervisory experience required
  • Master’s Degree in Business or Healthcare related field preferred
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  • Manage the general administration of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division and its research programs. Serve as the liaison between research scientists and administration to support the Division and Center
  • Oversee the preparation, management and monitoring of the Division's annual budget and oversee grant and contracts awards to support the work of faculty and staff
  • Provide administrative support for the VIDD Executive Committee and other VIDD committee meetings
  • Provide HR oversight of VIDD staff
  • Assist the division director in carrying out divisional duties, such as managing space allocation and oversight of faculty affairs office to ensure that faculty recruitment, appointments and reviews follow Center policy guidelines
  • Lead and participate in division-wide planning, long-range financial planning, major equipment acquisitions, and new initiatives in conjunction with the division directors
  • Prepare and distribute data specific to Center information services and divisional computer services to ensure that faculty and staff have necessary computer support, access to computerized databases and are well informed of issues affecting their work
  • Represent the Division on Center-wide processes: administrative committees, such as Senior staff, Division Administrators, etc
  • Provide advice and support to faculty, staff and other Center administrative and leadership groups as requested
  • Oversee the Division's personnel and payroll functions including annual staff and faculty merit review processes, employment requisitions and personnel actions, classification review, disciplinary actions, and staff training and development planning
  • Oversee the development of strategic, operational and business plans associated with the division
  • Support the development of effective scientific collaborations associated with assigned projects
  • Monitor the operations of affiliates, to ensure that operations of satellites, subsidiaries and related companies comply with established, institutional, governmental and sponsor regulations, policies and procedures
  • Develop of systems and infrastructure at owned/sponsored affiliates that integrates with VIDD operations
  • Serving as a Director or Officer in subsidiary operations as appropriate
  • Oversee the negotiation and management of subcontracts/sub-agreements associated with the above functions
  • Act as a program spokesperson in support of VIDD efforts to educate other organizations including governmental entities regarding division/program operations
  • Monitor project resources such as space, equipment and personnel
  • Ensure current resource needs are met and future projects needs are anticipated
  • Report to the division senior vice president and the executive committee regarding assigned projects
  • Perform specific duties and responsibilities on behalf of the Division Director as requested
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Coordinate with Director, faculty, and staff to determine financial needs, develop new fiscal year budget, and prepare written reports including rationale and supporting financial data for designated programs and projects
  • Present proposed budgets to Directors and/or Management Teams; revise and implement where applicable
  • Monitor dispersal of funds to determine appropriateness and compliance of expenditures; review and forecast actual versus planned expenditures
  • Work closely with funding agencies and internal departments to prepare all required documents in accordance with funding and regulatory requirements
  • Develop and prepare monthly management reports as assigned
  • Liaison with UMMS departments, i.e. Human Resources, Financial Services, Asset Management, Telecom, Information Services, Commonwealth Medicine, Environmental Health and Safety, Facilities, Radiation Safety, etc
  • Supervise and evaluate performance of staff accountants and other administrative staff
  • Insure all personal action activity related to hiring, firing, contracting, and funding are completed accurately and on time
  • Assist in development of organizational structures for business units; determine specific staffing requirements in coordination with faculty and staff
  • Prepare position descriptions, requisitions, and advertisements for all positions within programs/division; confer with department staff and human resources to assist in the selection of new employees. Conduct orientation and training sessions as appropriate for new faculty and staff
  • Advise faculty and staff in designated programs on Human Resource policy and procedures
  • Administer the preparation and submission of grant proposals
  • Maintain liaison with granting agencies and investigate potential grant projects and sources of grant funds
  • Manage indirect cost time and effort reporting; complete space surveys
  • Coordinate special projects and provide assessment of fiscal and administrative operating efficiencies and effectiveness
  • Participate in the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and projects; ensure that proper procedures are followed
  • Provide coverage as necessary in absence of Program Director or Senior Administrator
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management or Accounting, or equivalent experience
  • 3 years of related experience, including budgeting, accounting, and administrative experience
  • Demonstrated supervisory ability and the skills to communicate with individuals and groups both orally and in writing
  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office applications and databases
  • Experience in an academic, non-profit setting
  • Significant experience in federal grant funding, foundation funding, and contract work
  • Understanding of healthcare research and related policy
  • Experience with a high paced work environment, attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines
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  • Annually recommends compensation increases for direct reports
  • Ensure that administrative policies are in compliance with MCW policies
  • Oversee the operational activities of the divisions ensuring efficiency and compliance with department and College policies and procedures
  • Responsible for the development and implementation of tactical plans to achieve goals in collaboration with the Department and Froedtert Hospital
  • Coordinate the organizational change process for practice improvement
  • Facilitate staff development
  • Facilitate business operational planning
  • Develop and implement process improvement programs for clinical and research operations
  • Develop and implement clinical programs including off-site locations
  • Interface with hospital leadership and clinic personnel to create and implement processes for patient care delivery
  • Assist the Division and Department Leadership in development of the strategic plan for the divisions
  • Monitor and evaluate effectiveness of strategic, business, and marketing plans
  • Manage and/or collaborate with clinic managers so as to facilitate efficient outpatient services
  • Communicate college and department policies and serve as a resource on these policies and procedures to staff and faculty
  • Administer grants and assist with developing grant proposals
  • Oversee database management and maintenance
  • Lead and manage the organizational change process for division/practice improvement
  • Coordinate, plan and implement office activities and procedures
  • Develop and implement the recruitment, interview, orientation, graduation and other medical education/residency program activities
  • Coordinate clinical and basic science research including IRB submission, etc
  • Professional Responsibility
  • Advance professional knowledge and leadership skills
  • Engage in professional networking
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  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field, Masters preferred. Equivalent experience preferably in an academic, clinical, or healthcare environment. Advanced skill and knowledge in management principles, practices and techniques
  • Demonstrated experience and proven knowledge of statistical reporting and mathematics using computers and software to prepare reports and budget projections
  • Demonstrated experience performing complex analyses involving programmatic and fiscal considerations, formation of action plans, and independently making decisions in all aspects. Experience managing budgets, coordinating multiple projects, and adapting programmatic objectives to changes in resources as affected by budgetary issues
  • Demonstrated experience developing and implementing short and long range plans and strategies by applying trends, projections, growth and anticipated goals of the Division
  • Demonstrated knowledge in fellowship training program requirements, policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated knowledge of contract and grant procedures and regulations
  • Experience in an academic medical environment with proven ability to analyze, interpret and apply management principles and practices for a large, multi-disciplined organization. Experience with strategic, financial and operational management
  • Strong leadership skills in personnel management including experience in providing direction, knowledge of sound management practices, team building techniques, providing recommendations in hiring and performance appraisals; providing guidance and instructions and communicating in an effective, professional and direct manner, and provide disciplinary action as needed
  • Demonstrated knowledge of applicable UCSD policies and procedures governing academic and staff personnel, accounting, contracts and grants, purchasing, equipment and space inventory, and other areas related to the responsibilities of the position
  • Mastery of analytic tools including Excel, Access, Pivot tables, Cognos, Financial Link, clinical data bases required, clinical forecasting required. Quality management data bases, data mining techniques
  • Experience in a research environment
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  • Skill in working with Office of Extramural Support to manage contracts and grants funding
  • Ability to manage a patient care setting
  • Strong financial management skills required
  • Skill in organization financial data for regular analysis/oversight using spreadsheets and similar tools
  • Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and independently
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to interact diplomatically
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information
  • Attention to details and excellent follow-through skills required
  • Skill in setting priorities and organizing workflow to maximize efficiency and meet deadlines
  • Ability to collaborate with colleagues and to produce positive results
  • Skill in planning and administering multiple programs in a highly complex, changing research, academic, and clinically-oriented environment
  • Ability to be both a leader and a team player
  • Knowledge of University policies and procedures; grant management, financial management, personnel management required
  • Skill in interpreting clinically-based financial reports
  • Knowledge of clinically-based billing and Medicare billing and documentation practices preferred
  • Ability to coordinate multiple clinical schedules
  • Microsoft Office Suite skills required
  • Excellent written, verbal, and oral communication skills
  • Bachelors or Masters degree in business, healthcare, or accounting preferred
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Division Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Oversee the operational activities of the division ensuring efficiency and compliance with Department and College policies and procedures
  • Manage and/or collaborate with the FH clinic manager and Department Associate Administrator - Operations to facilitate efficient outpatient services
  • Lead and manage the organizational change process for department/division/practice improvement
  • Develop and implement the recruitment, interview, orientation, graduation and other medical education/residency/fellowship program activities
  • Represent Division on task forces and committees as needed
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  • Substantial years of demonstrated successful leadership, ability to integrate services, administer and manage change, and provide responsive support services
  • Extensive experience managing staff and services
  • Experience managing data and converting it into actionable information
  • Knowledge of issues related to human resources, financial, information technology, and facilities management in a large and diverse organization
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, advanced organizational skills, and a strong record of working effectively with staff in a multicultural and diverse environment
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  • · Develop the annual budget for the division, with the oversight of the Executive Director and Director of Finance. Review and analyze monthly financial statements to identify and understand variances and take appropriate corrective actions
  • Assist the Division Chief in the development and maintenance of faculty incentive programs,including group and individual metrics; maintain ongoing tracking of total annual compensation for individual faculty
  • Maintain and update clinical policies in conjunction with clinical leaders and OSMO staff · Maintain FPPE, OPPE, QAPI data for all division providers
  • 5years experience in health care setting; prior supervisory experience required
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  • Propose and implement creative approaches to program management and improvement within the Division
  • Establishes linkages and relationships with NYUSOM administrative and research departments including Sponsored Programs Administration and Institutional Review Board, Human Resources, Finance and relevant areas of other NYU schools and colleges
  • Meets on a regular basis with department’s Director of Research Administration, Department Administrator and Assistant Director of Finance to address any global issues within the department
  • In conjunction with the Division Director, develops and implements strategic plans for Division growth and recruitment of faculty. Develops business plans and related documents to support faculty recruitment for review and approval by the Chair and the institution. Coordinates resources for recruits, including space and equipment
  • In conjunction with the Division Director, oversees the strategic development of space and facilities planning for department. Manages the space, equipment and any facility related issues within the division
  • Provides administrative supervision of all aspects of the academic and training programs within the division
  • Manages the entire non-physician staff within the department. Leads all HR related functions including hiring, terminations, payroll and MSS changes. Addresses performance issues and ensures compliance with the annual review process
  • Provides oversight and administrative direction for all grant management activity and clinical research compliance within the division. Includes management of the pre and post award activity in the Division and compliance with all funding agencies and the IRB
  • To qualify you must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Health Administration or related field with a minimum of 5 years of progressive leadership experience in an academic medical center; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Evidence of highly effective project management
  • Ability to conceptualize and undertake research with excellent literature search techniques
  • Effective interpersonal and communications skills and attention to detail
  • Comfortable in the role of team leader and team member
  • Master’s Degree in public health, public administration or research
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  • Communicate with association management companies, insurance providers, and mortgage company
  • Track and monitor the progress of approvals for all new condo communities and each new phase
  • Ensure timely condo approval in accordance with scheduled settlements
  • Accurate data entry for new home operations and contracts
  • Track and monitor the progress of a sale through the new construction pipeline
  • ​3+years of office/administrative experience
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-starter able to work independently and with an administrative team
  • Organized with a strong attention to detail
  • High prioritization and problem solving skills are a must
  • Experience in condo approval and condo management are a plus