The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is seeking an organized and enthusiastic professional to fill the position of Intermediate Administrative Coordinator.
The EHS Administrative Coordinator provides broad administrative and operational support for the following program areas: Chemical and Laboratory Safety, Radiation Safety, Hazardous Materials Management, Asbestos and Lead Abatement, Fire Safety and Prevention, Biosafety and Occupational Health.
Duties include support of various safety and research compliance committees, and general administrative functions such as customer service, fleet management, database entry, answering phones, planning and scheduling. In addition, the incumbent will process purchasing requests, work within ExpenseUVa, University Business Intelligence (UBI) and Recon@UVA, as well as perform time support responsibilities for department personnel. This position will work both independently and with the administrative supervisor on assignments and participate in the planning of departmental policies and procedures.
Qualified candidates will have a High School Diploma with at least two years of experience. Preferred candidates will have an Associate or Bachelorâ™s Degree with at least four years of experience. Candidates familiar with research, compliance or safety-related functions are highly desirable.
Successful candidates will work well in a team, be detail oriented, able to balance multiple projects at a time, be highly reliable, and have the ability to communicate and act professionally with all members of the University community. The Office of Environmental Health and Safety supports professional development and strongly encourages job-related training and educational opportunities.
Applicants are required to include a cover letter.
Applications will be reviewed by committee starting June 3, 2019; the position will remain open until filled.
Internal Number: R0006274
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