Summary of Position: We are seeking a coordinator position for the Graduate Program of Study in Genetic Counseling in the department of Genetics, Cell Biology and Development. This position will give applicants the opportunity to work with a faculty leadership team, staff instructors, and ~20 MS in genetic counseling graduate students. The coordinator will run the genetic counseling office, assist in organizing meetings, and communicate with fieldwork sites throughout the Twin Cities and Minnesota.
Essential and Other Functions
60% Student support services for the graduate program of study in genetic counseling ESSENTIAL Fieldwork Coordination - Coordinate affiliation agreements between University of Minnesota Legal Department and corresponding institutions. - Maintain database of affiliation agreements to ensure up-to-date documentation. - Coordinate introductory emails to supervisors, collect evaluations for students and sites within Canvas. - Assist in paperwork and coordination of supervisory training CEU and completed evaluations. Admissions - Communicating with prospective students regarding admissions process - Compiling applications - Coordinate prospective student meetings - Oversee the Genetic Counseling Experience Program - Communicate decisions to the Graduate School Orientation - Setting up student emails, background checks, registration, and maintaining the resource lists - Create Google Drive with Program Handbook and other orientation materials - Work with General Biology to coordinate Teaching Assistantships Classroom Management - Requesting & reserving rooms - Updating course catalogs/descriptions/etc. - Assist with Canvas setup and administration Graduation - Schedule graduation reception, order good - Coordinate class pictures
30%. Provide administrative support for the graduate program of study in genetic counseling ESSENTIAL Office Management - Maintain office supplies, equipment, and materials - Mail services - Communicate with Facilities Management - Scheduling and coordinating meetings - Maintain office library
10% Financial activities SECONDARY - Submit and verify accounting transactions - Prepare quarterly reports for program director review - Purchasing / ordering / reimbursement
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