|Location||Cape Town, South Africa|
Admin & Office
|Street Address||Cape Town|
The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) strives to improve the nation’s health and quality of life by funding and conducting relevant and leading health research. It further aims to promote equity, career development and progression.
OFFICE AND RESEARCH OUTPUT ADMINISTRATOR
Duration: Permanent post
GIPD division is seeking to appoint An Office and Research Output Administrator to take responsibility for Research Output reporting and Office Administration duties.
The incumbent will report to a Program Manager and will be responsible for the following areas:
Co-ordinate output reporting for extra-mural grants and scholarships.
Soliciting output reports from SIR and GIPD Grant Holders
Validation of received data against set criteria
Capturing of data relating to publications received
Analysis of data generated and submission of feedback reports to Executive
Submission of data to Knowledge and Information Management Services
Project and Office Administration
Provide administrative support to GIPD Project Managers
Subsistence &Travel claims and advances for GIPD staff
Preparing, submitting claims from consultants, and ensuring that these are timeously paid
Recording and reporting highlights relating to various projects
Logistical Arrangements for GHIA, SIR and SHIP Project Managers
Logistical arrangements for the GHIA and SIR Projects and assist with travel arrangements (local and international) for GIPD Project Managers when the need arises.
Research Offices at Universities
GIPD/GHIA Project Managers and Consultants
Two-year qualification In Office, Project or Public Administration or similar relevant qualification or higher
5 years’ full-time administrative experience
Experience in using online research management system/s
Experience in using online procurement system/s
Microsoft Office experience
Attention to detail
5 years’ experience in grants administration or an academic research environment
Interested candidates can send their CVs