Mount Sinai Careers
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II - The Department of Shared Resource Facilities
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
Roles & Responsibilities:
The Administrative Assistant reports directly to the Brain Bank Manager. The primary responsibilities of the Administrative Assistant are to provide administrative support to the Neuropathology Division Brain Bank.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Organize weekly fixed brain cuttings, slide review session, brain bank meeting and on-call schedule
- Update and maintain REDCap database
- Provide other administrative support to staff as needed (e.g., organize investigator meetings, agendas, calendars, travel, record minutes for meetings, maintain brain case log)
- Assist in organizing and processing of slides and special stains (pre-screen brain bank cases for neuropathologists)
- Liaise with clinicians for special studies (e.g., radiologists for scanning of fixed brains)
- Assist in processing tissue request and histopathology requests as needed
- Assist in brain banking and assessing brain tissues as needed
- Performs other related duties
- Associate's degree or equivalent combination of experience; Bachelor's preferred 4+ years related administrative or business experience
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