You will enjoy the prestige and pride of working alongside bright, diverse and dedicated people who constantly strive to push boundaries. Being part of NUS is more than just a career – it could be a life-changing experience. With a broad range of departments, faculties, schools, research institutes and centres, initiatives, projects and schemes, you will enjoy abundant opportunities for intellectual, personal and professional growth. No matter what you do, it is an amazing place to be.
Management Assistant Officer (Code:LCPC/Rep/JT)
jobsDB Ref. JSG400003003028324
Employer Ref. 004F3
The Lien Centre for Palliative Care (LCPC), housed within the Duke-NUS Medical School, aims to be the premier palliative care research and educational Centre in the region. With generous support from the Lien Foundation, strategic collaborations with the National Cancer Centre Singapore and the broader SingHealth Institutes, LCPC is poised for significant growth in the coming years.
The Management Assistant Officer (MAO) will primarily be engaged to support the Executive Director (ED) and the operations in LCPC. The tasks include, but are not limited to the following:-
- Provide secretarial, meeting, and calendar support to ED.
- Maintain resumes and scientific stature database for ED.
- Schedule, coordinate and provide logistical support for meetings, teleconferences, videoconferences, scientific symposia and interviews for ED.
- Arrange and furnish all paperwork for ED’s travel and for all his guests visiting Singapore.
- Handle procurement requests, invoice payments, staff claim and leave applications for ED.
- Maintain Collaborative Institutional Training Institute (CITI) certifications for all Principal Investigators and research staff.
- Perform general administrative duties, including photocopying, filing of documents and stationery order for all LCPC staff as requested by the ED.
- Source venues for executive education courses, conferences and other meetings.
- Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
- Recognised Diploma or equivalent in a related discipline.
- At least 5 years of relevant working experience.
- Work experience in research/academic environment would be advantageous.
- Meticulous, well-organised and ability to multi-task.
- Good interpersonal skills and able to work well in teams.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.