Research Secretary II – Behavioral Sciences Service
Job Posting Number: 13444
New York, NY
April 19, 2017
At Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK), we’re not only changing the way we treat cancer, but also the way the world thinks about it. By working together and pushing forward with innovation and discovery, we’re driving excellence and improving outcomes.
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The Research Secretary provides administrative and clerical support to Attendings (clinical & non-clinical) in the Behavioral Sciences Service of the Department. Activities include reception, telephone coverage and assisting Attendings with the administrative functions of their projects. Prepares documents, including memos, letters, project/presentation materials, etc. Assists in the preparation of manuscript submissions, grant applications, abstracts, CVs, etc. Arranges travel and reimbursement. Administrative support to coordinator/supervisor. Schedules appointments, meetings, and conferences as requested.
- Able to handle multiple priorities and to exercise judgment and discretion is essential.
- Have the ability to work in a team-centered environment and fast-paced atmosphere.
- Organized and detailed oriented.
- Highly motivated, eager to learn and adaptable to a changing environment
- Minimum of one year secretarial experience in a research environment preferred.
- Research grant submission and manuscript preparation experience a plus
- Excellent typing and proofreading abilities.
- Knowledge of MS Word and PowerPoint. Ability to utilize word processing applications and access on-line systems.
- Bachelors degree (healthcare administration or related) or High School Diploma plus two years of relevant experience
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