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Administration specialist with 10+ years of rich experience in administrative functions, grants administration and providing excellent client service. Innovative and creative administrator with a proven track record in managing grant operations on a large scale from conception to launch. Offers unparalleled integrity, initiative, resourcefulness, consistency, and diligence in achieving both short and long-term goals and business objectives. Track record of developing highly successful campaigns within budget, on schedule and surpassing corporate goals. Excellence in creating and managing revenue streams.
• Adept at leading by example, marshaling resources and creating professional atmosphere to accomplish objectives.
• Natural communicator with strong motivational skills and the ability to support operational goals and meet objectives.
Administrative Management • Grant Administration • Proposal Development • Inventory Management Budgeting • Scheduling • Financial Management • Daily Operations Management • Communication • Client Relations • Program Development • Recruitment & Training • PR • Executive Management • Strategic Planning
Research Foundation, City University of New York, Hunter College, Location 2007 – Present
Orchestrated administrative support to the distinguished professor of Biology and the laboratory which consisted of researchers, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and technicians. Provided assistance in all phases of proposal development and implementation in accordance with grantor specifications and timelines. Accountable for preparing and reviewing competitive and non-competitive grant applications, requesting forward funding and no-extension for grants, timeline of grants and contracts due dates, documents for new hires, including foreign new hires with visas and payroll and timekeeping. Oversaw purchase of equipment, laboratory supplies, and office supplies. Processed travel expense vouchers, honorariums, summer salaries, release time and tax levy positions. Supervised NIH contracts that included 4 additional Project Directors and 3 Core Facilities, and discretionary accounts. Handled all salary and non-salary expenditures and worked closely with the Research Administration Office to collaborate in pre and post award activities and ensured compliance requirements such as IACUC and IBC protocols. Liaised with the Finance Office of the Research Foundation of CUNY to monitor budgets, develop budget reports, closeout accounts and monitor expenditures on the e-Web system.
• Efficiently arranged complex travel reservations, developed correspondences, memorandums, agendas, minutes, materials for meetings and reports.
• Effectively worked with investigators, collaborators and staff to coordinate effective efforts on projects and organized national and international meetings. Strategically developed and managed budgets for fellowships, contracts, subcontracts, federal grants and non-federal grants and managed an estimated funding of $10M.
Research Foundation, City University of New York, New York City College of Technology, Location 2006 – 2007
Instrumental as a point-of-contact for faculty and staff for development of new grants and contracts applications, review drafts of proposals, budgets and other supporting documentations. Systematically handled the financial management of the department, consisting of compilation of budget and expenditure data. Responsible for submission of institutions grant information for Chancellor’s report and maintained financial and grant files to ensure compliance with funders.
• Coordinated pre-and post–award activities including but not limited to proposal development, budget building, preparation of project timelines, dissemination of grant opportunities, workshop coordination, maintenance of Grants Office calendar and reports.
• Facilitated the electronic proposal submission to federal agencies through grants.gov and NSF FastLane, and grant-funded employee processing.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Location 2006 – 2006
Administrative Assistant/Grants Administrator – Physiology and Biophysics Department
Spearheaded the financial management of the department, consisting of compilation of budget and expenditure data. Maintained financial and grant files to ensure compliance with funders, tracked the status of grants and review planned expenditures and oversaw the timely filing of financial reports. Performed the formatting and distribution of grant proposals and reports, handled punch list for deadlines and due dates and organized and maintained system to track expenses and accounts payable for each project. Processed amendments to existing protocols and travel expense reports, travel arrangements, check requests and petty cash.
• Authored and administered budget aspects of grant proposals, reports and contracts.
• Ensured compliance with financial aspects of grant requirements and completion of all financial reports.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx • NY 1999 – 2006
Administrative Coordinator/Center Coordinator – Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center
Supervised daily operations for the Center including but not limited to, ensuring proper telephone, front desk and file room coverage. Ordered medical supplies, testing supplies, computers, and office supplies for the Center, processed time sheets and payroll of tutors for the Center. Maintained schedules for the clinical staff, support staff, conference rooms and responsible for coordination of move into the Center from 4 different locations. Administered the coordination of services and case management for adults with learning disabilities/developmental delays. Maintained schedule of appointments for clients and clinical staff of the Adult Literacy Program and delegated work to support staff as needed.
• Directed maintenance of office equipment and overall facilities, distribution and safekeeping of keys in the Center.
• Processed travel expense reports, travel arrangements, check requests and petty cash and conducted intake with adults to determine eligibility for psychological assessment for learning disability and for recruitment into the Adult Literacy Program.
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Departmental Secretary – Radiology at New York University Medical Center, New York • NY
Medical Transcriptionist at New York Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center, Bronx • NY
Legal Word Processor – Litigation at Shea and Gould, New York • NY
Administrative Assistant – Electronic Transfers at Chase Manhattan Bank, Brooklyn • NY
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
Masters of Public Health – in progress
BS, Health Services Administration
Language Proficiency: English & Spanish
Microsoft Office Professional Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)