This is a high level position which reports to the Interim Associate Administrator and works directly for the Bayview Chairman of Medicine/Executive Vice Chair (EVC). This person will independently manage projects, develop and maintain positive working relationships internal and external to the School, the University, Hospitals, and with all those they personally come in contact with including: University representatives, government representatives (NIH, NHLBI, AMA, local political representatives, etc.), faculty, staff, students, and patients. The person in this position is responsible for confidential and non-confidential communication of all types with the people listed above. The person is responsible for representing the Bayview Chairman/EVC in all business conducted on their behalf for the Department of Medicine.
Responsible Primary Responsibilities of this position are to oversee the smooth functioning of the Bayview Chairman/EVC’s schedule including coordination/correspondence with executives and day to day interactions within the Department, Hospitals (JHH, BMC, etc.) and University (JHU-SOM).
Monitors, evaluates and implements business practices and procedures to support the day-to-day operational needs of the Bayview Chairman/EVC including scheduling, reconciling executive card for related purchases such as travel, entertainment, and presentation materials, etc.
Chairs departmental committees as well as staffs various committees for the Bayview Chairman/EVC including creation of agendas.
Ability to speak publicly and provide presentations as required.
Oversees various projects through to completion, requiring broad understanding of issues throughout the department, JHH, SOM and JHM.
Serves as a project person and takes on non-routine projects that generally require coordinating between various offices reporting to the Chair.
Writes responses to Bayview Chairman/EVC’s email/mail and miscellaneous material as requested by the Bayview Chairman/EVC.
Reviews all correspondence coming into the office, and edits all going out of the Bayview Chairman/EVC’s office in order to remain current on issues.
Forwards information to the appropriate parties. Ensures follow-up as required.
Manages/monitors financial transactions including budgets involving Bayview Chairman/EVC discretionary accounts, reimbursements and service contracts in partnership with finance.
Handles confidential material from inside and outside the department.
Coordinates, writes, edits and distributes Bayview Chairman/EVC’s executive agendas as well as follow up minutes (JHH, JHU executive meetings, etc.).
Consults with Vice Chairs, Division Chief, faculty, and support staff on agenda items.
Oversees Chairman’s clinical practice and day to day operation as needed.
Partners to edit departmental newsletter and/or website.
Writes and/or edits articles, as well as oversees layout and decides material to be included in either of these or other communication formats.
Oversees full-time and part-time faculty annual review process for the Chairman and Dean’s Offices.
Will organize materials and ensure completion. Organizes, coordinates sponsored research proposals generated by the Bayview Chairman.
Serves as bridge between the Chairman and other departments to build trust, support, vision and commitment with senior management and plans periodic special events.
Establish and maintains positive professional liaisons both internal and external to the Department, Center, School and University.
Demonstrates poise, tact and diplomacy and maintains confidentiality.
Liaison with Offices of Public Affairs and Planning & Marketing.
Works closely with Department’s Development Office in scheduling visits/events for donors and dignitaries.
Organizes and is responsible for annual faculty/staff holiday celebration and various other events throughout the year.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree required.
Five (5) years in providing high level expertise.
Additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
JHU Equivalency Formula: Additional related experience may substitute for required education. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.
Five years related experience, preferably in university/medical environment.
Supervisory experience preferred.
Must be familiar with JHM policies and procedures.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The ability to act proactively, independently and exercise good judgment.
The ability to think creatively in order to manage various complex projects and someone who can work with multiple interruptions and still stay on task.
The person must be able to perform duties without direct supervision or guidance on a regular basis.
The position also requires someone with the ability to communicate in a highly professional manner; clearly, appropriately, and effectively with at all institutional levels.
Final applicant for this position may be required to complete skills assessments appropriate to position description.
Classified title: Administrative Specialist
Working title: Administrative Specialist
Role/Level/Range: ATP 37.5/E/03/PC
Starting Salary Range: $50,700.00 – $69,780.00 (commensurate with experience)
Department name: 10002783-SOM DOM Bay General Admin Chairmans Off
Personnel area (School): SOM – School of Medicine
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