Under the general guidance of the Program Director, the Program Administrator is responsible for managing the day to day operations of the program. The Program Administrator must perform many higher level cognitive functions with minimal or no supervision. The applicant will organize, coordinate, and implement various tasks to support the general operations of the Pathologists’ Assistant (PathA) Program (70% allocation) as well as responsible for general operations of the Contemporary Human Anatomy program (30% allocation).
Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of relevant experience in a college or university setting. Master’s degree in Administration or regulatory writing preferred.
Ability to manage initiatives required of program development and display knowledge of program/organizational effectiveness in an academic and clinical environment.
Strong organizational and communications skills needed. Demonstrate ability to capture and convey the interrelationship of program information (and large concepts in general). Be accomplished in the communication of scientific and technical information to a broad range of readers. Be a strong writer and editor with emphasis on story/contextual editing (content, flow, and clarity). Be experienced in coordinating large and wide-reaching recruiting efforts. Demonstrate ability to manage complex work flows, and multi-task under pressure and deadlines.