Posted: Monday, May 1, 2017 3:51 PM
The USDA/ARS Children's Nutrition Research Center is a world-class research center committed to conducting research on the nutritional needs of children and mothers. This administrative coordinator will provide administrative support for several research faculty in the CNRC, performing entry level administrative work requiring the exercise of discretion and judgment. This position provides opportunities for career development and advancement both within the position and beyond.* Plans, organizes, and coordinates administrative duties.* May assist in personnel management functions such as recruitment, interviewing, and hiring for the organizational unit.* Participates in programmatic budget planning and development; coordinates procurement of equipment and supplies.* Conducts special projects and prepares administrative reports.* Interprets rules, regulations, and policies and implements as applicable.* May assist manager or head of the organizational unit in establishing and attaining goals and objectives.* Researches and resolves problems and issues in SAP.* Maintains data and forms; oversees the filing of correspondence and other records.* Reads and routes incoming mail.* Greets visitors and directs them to the appropriate staff.* Works with the assigned group of faculty to prioritize tasks and plan timetables.* Actively keeps track of faculty expenses and accounts across time.* Coordinates itineraries and agenda details for visitors and special events.* Assists in scheduling appointments and reserving meeting space.Required: High school graduate/GED, Bachelor degree in Business Administration or in a related field preferred.Required: Two years of directly relevant administrative experience.* The successful applicant will be a team player, committed to problem solving, and to keeping open lines of communication with supervisors about project/task status and completion.* This dynamic workplace requires an applicant with excellent organizational skills, attention-to-detail, a willingness to learn and innovate, and who takes pride in the quality of his or her work.* The successful applicant will take pride in representing the department and CNRC with utmost professionalism, and will strive to facilitate team success.* Must be able to communicate effectively and professionally, both orally and in writing.* Possesses excellent organizational skills.* Can effectively manage multiple responsibilities while maintaining a high quality of work.* Self-motivated problem solving.* Preferred: excellent computer skills and is a competent user of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office.* Excellent attention to detail and quality control practices.Posted by StartWire. Apply now!.
• Location: Houston
• Post ID: 53799838 houston