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Administrative Assistant I -Emergency Medicine
Detroit Medical Center
Provide assistance to professional, administrative and management personnel in the planning, development and administration of unit operating budget. Reconcile various detailed general, restricted, designated and auxiliary accounts; monitor status of revenues and expenditures. Prepare related statistical reports, analyses and summaries on budget activities.
Coordinate the collection, preparation and processing of
non-academic and academic personnel and payroll actions; establish and monitor related recordkeeping system; interpret and apply internal operating procedures, University policies and contractual agreements accordingly. May possess signatory authority on selected forms and documents.
Supervise non-exempt full-time clerical/technical, part-time temporary student, college work study and technician support staff. Interview and recommend employment, discipline and evaluation of full-time and temporary support staff; conduct orientation and training programs. Plan and assign work activities; train in appropriate office methods and procedures and monitor workflow and staffing levels.
Coordinate use of facilities, services and equipment which includes space leasing, subcontracting arrangements as well as initiating requests for services such as building or equipment maintenance, and printing/duplicating services, etc. Interface with appropriate University personnel to obtain information and resolve problems.
Serve as an information source to faculty, staff, students and the general public; answer questions, provide information and resolve routine problems regarding operations and services. May represent unit/or supervisor to other University areas and outside professional groups and organizations in order to obtain and exchange information.
Participate in and coordinate the preparation and completion of special projects and studies and collect and gather statistical data for reporting purposes. Prepare reports which include conclusions and recommendations for solution to administrative problems.
Perform related work as assigned.
Salary (Minimum)(Non-Academic Only) 38,343
Salary (Hire Max)(Non-Academic Only) 46,010
Salary (Maximum)(Non-Academic Only) 57,511
Graduation from an accredited college or university or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience preferred.
Some knowledge of and experience with University academic and/or non-academic personnel processing procedures and practices.
Some knowledge of accounting principles and bookkeeping procedures and applications.
Ability to communicate effectively with others.
Ability to work
under pressure and meet established deadlines.
Some supervisory experience preferred.
Typically, incumbents have held lower level clerical and/or secretarial support positions.