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Provide administrative support to the Co-Chair of the department of Anatomy & Structural biology.
Manage heavy calendar; scheduling all meeting and appointments (both electronic and paper calendars)
Coordinate travel, which includes registrations, submission of abstracts, hotel, car and flight arrangements (both domestic and international)
Monitor all expenses for grants, royalty accounts, retention funds, etc.
Process the year end state of the lab report
Work independently on updating training grants tables as requested from different departments in regards to post docs and students stats
Preparation of manuscripts for submission and uploading to the NCBI website
Handle Editor duties for RNA journal : circulating new manuscripts to reviewers, obtaining reviews in timely manner and contacting authors regarding decisions on manuscripts
Typing and management of all letters of reference and recommendations- ensuring all due dates are met
Maintain and renew all of Co-Chair's memberships to societies and journal subscriptions
Maintain and update several databases such as Endnote
Maintain Co-Chair's confidential files: including lists of all Lab applicants files
Work with Dept. Administrator to Coordinate the co-chair schedule for meetings which include; Biophotonics meetings, Cochairs’ meetings, IIP meetings, Faculty meetings
Prepare purchase orders and requests payments for invoices related to publications and manuscript printing
Assist co-chair with Harvey Society membership; preparation and distribution of posters and power point slides, typing introduction speeches, coordination of monthly dinners- ordering of food menu, table arrangements and ensuring guests have all pertinent information regarding the dinner, email correspondence with council members, board members and invitees
Assist with preparation of lectures, manuscripts, abstracts, editorial submissions, and Power Point presentations for various lectures
Perform other duties as assigned
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Skills and competencies