| Collaborates with faculty, researchers, scholars, and technical staff in preparing and editing website content, technical reports, scientific publications, teaching materials, and grant applications. Provides lab administrative support and other tasks as assigned. (75%) Scientific Editing - Electronically copyedit manuscripts, research proposals, figures, webpages, graphics, figures, and scientific presentations for English grammar, clarity, accuracy, and conformity to style of journal, funding agency, website, or internal university document. Performs grant and manuscript proposal preparations, review, and submission, as well as preparation of reports, including annual progress reports and correspondence with funding agencies and academic journals. Use data collection tools and databases to gather information and data sets related to research projects and/or proposals. Frequently gather information from research groups within the University and collate for website and annual report. Ensure website remains up-to-date and regularly review content with faculty. Coordinate with faculty, students, postdoctoral scholars, senior scientists and research associates, and technical staff to achieve these goals efficiently. Liaises with publishers to ensure successful paper and electronic submission processes.(25%) Lab Administrative Support - In collaboration with the PSD Lab Safety Specialist and Faculty PIs, monitors compliance with institutional, state, and federal regulatory policies, procedures, directives and mandates within assigned labs. Coordinates initial orientation for new postdoc researchers, students, and other research staff in assigned labs; approves UChicago Time records for research staff. Maintains lab inventory and orders supplies, including research hardware and software. Oversees procurement and the processing of reimbursements for PI and research group. May coordinate arrangements for events such as research seminars, conferences, and meetings, including guest arrangements; oversee and reconcile budget (through vendor selection, budget projections, and general checks and balances within the budget) for workshops and events.Other duties as assigned.**Applications will be reviewed starting January 1, 2017** |
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