the Administrative Assistant will provide general clerical and administrative support to the staff and research studies of the Lab for Neurocognitive and Imaging Research. The ideal candidate will have excellent writing and editing skills and an interest in clinical neuroscience research.
The Administrative Assistant for the Float Pool will provide temporary administrative/secretarial support to departments, throughout the Institute, as assigned by the Human Resources Department, to meet the staffing needs while short staffed.
the Administrative Services Coordinator provides administrative support to the MCDD Director, Associate Director, Core Function coordinators, project leaders and the Chair of the Community Advisory Council, and is responsible for the office management of the department. Provides administrative support to the Director of the MCDD in all matters, with specific attention to the Community Advisory Council.
the Administrative Services Coordinator I is responsible for coordinating a variety of routine departmental or programmatic functions. The incumbent provides management with support to achieve operational goals and objectives. This staff member contributes through following established business processes, systems, and procedures.
the Administrative Coordinator I (Pediatric Consult/Rehab) will review, edit and document various administrative, clinical, and financial reporting activities for the direct behavioral care services on the inpatient Pediatric Neurorehabilitation Unit; ensure that inpatients on the unit are scheduled with appropriate direct care services from the Behavioral Rehabilitation Assistants; disseminate treatment protocols, data sheets, and instructions; provide completed reports and spreadsheets for data analysis of programs.
The Administrative Services Coordinator II (Fellowship Coordinator) directly supports the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury. This involves, but is not limited to administrative operations, procedures and clerical functions to ensure efficient and effective operation of the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury.
The Administrative Service Coordinator II will provide clerical and office support to the Admissions, Compliance, and Transition Office of the Special Education Department. This employee must maintain accuracy and ensure confidentiality of all student, finance, and personnel information accessible to this position.
the Application Support Analyst IV is the primary support contact for an assigned application. The Application Support Analyst IV builds and tests the specific application system, analyzes other technical issues, and resolves issues associated with Epic software.
the Assistant Director, Clinical Operations (Site Clinical Director) is responsible for providing clinical services and assisting the Director, Clinical Operations at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) in a number of leadership activities including oversight of clinical and administrative functions at CARD’s Odenton location. Under the guidance of the Director, Clinical Operations this position develops policies and procedures and provides supervision to clinical and administrative staff.