Perio Clinic and Administrative Manager
The Perio Clinic and Administrative Manager is responsible for the overall budget, financial, and administrative activities for the Perio clinic & academic office. This includes but is not limited to providing pre-award grant support and IRB submissions for all Industry grant proposals; managing various research and departmental funds, purchasing supplies and equipment for clinic, labs and offices, process expense reports and payroll; Manage the Perio admissions process that includes arranging cross-department interviews with Oral Biology, follow-up with applicants and working with the Department Chair and office of Admissions on issues related to ISSO, enrollment management, and license credentialing. The Clinic and Administrative Manager will provide full support to all residents in all program aspects including program issues, creating and maintaining registration for academic courses etc.; provide assistance to faculty including Chair and Clinical Program Director with lectures, seminars, presentations, exams etc.; attend weekly meetings with various department heads as Perio department representative on behalf of the Chair. The Clinic and Administrative Manager is responsible for assisting with and coordinating all event planning for meetings, symposiums, lectures, lunch and learns and receptions etc. working with the GSDM Event Planning Director and the Communications Department. The Perio Clinic and Administrative Manager must be able to work in a challenging and hectic environment with the ability to be flexible to shift and change priorities based on the needs of the department at any given time. The Administrative Manager is expected to be able to effectively problem solve, create processes and efficiencies, and mitigate issues and concerns that arise from faculty, residents and at times with patients.
Requirements: Bachelors Degree required. 3-5 years of related experience managing and overseeing various processes of a large department, preferably in an academic setting. Needs to be proficient performing budget and financial activities. Previous experience in a dental or healthcare setting preferred. Previous grant management support experience highly desired. Attributes, Behaviors and Skills: Must be flexible with ability to shift and change priorities Must have strong organizational skills, follow-up skills, and demonstrate consistent attention to detail to meet deadlines. Must have strong critical thinking skills to problem solve, create processes and efficiencies, and mitigate issues and concerns. Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and written with various constituents such as heads of departments internally and with peer academic institutions; leaders of outside organizations etc.
Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Job Location BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States
Position Type Full-Time/Regular