Research Foundation Binghamton University Project Staff Assistant - Institute in Binghamton, New York

Project Staff Assistant - Institute for Child Development - The Project Staff Assistant will work with Dr. Jennifer Gillis and Dr. Raymond G. Romanczyk of the Institute for Child Development (ICD). The individual will assist in the management of service responsibilities and collaboration with other agencies. At all times, the individual maintains confidentiality and a high degree of discretion, in full compliance with FERPA and HIPPA regulations. The office is at the ICD building on the Binghamton University campus. Full time position (part-time applicants may be considered).

Duties -
Work closely with the Dr. Gillis and Dr. Romanczyk in managing day to day responsibilities.
Must be able to perform in a high energy multi-person environment with rapidly changing schedules and priorities.
Work collaboratively in a team environment that might include contact with both ICD and university colleagues by providing support to various projects and initiatives.
Frequents various buildings and departments on campus to hand deliver or receive documents.
Places, answers, screens, and directs telephone calls, greets and directs office visitors, takes messages and responds to inquiries according to office procedures and policy. Prepares external and internal communications to external constituencies, such as the general public, families, service providers, legislators, and agencies. Creates memos, letters, and analytical reports, and other materials as assigned.
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Requirements -
Bachelor's required
Excellent writing and spelling skills.
Excellent proofreading skills.
Excellent math skills.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to have flexible work hours - occasional weekend and evening.
Ability to engage in occasional off campus and out of town travel.
Ability to work independently and demonstrate proactive approach to responsibilities.
Personable with a demeanor consistent with communicating with individuals in crisis.
Attention to detail and accuracy is essential.
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint).
Desired Skills -
Background or experience in mental health or medical service provision.
Background or experience in grant writing.
Five or more years of related experience with proven office and customer service skills.
Master's degree.
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