ID: 7073153 (Ref.No. hlj_28336)
Posted: December 15, 2020
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Moffitt Research Institute is recruiting for a Supervisor, Division Grant Operations.
The supervisor position will support the grant operations in the Division. This position will report directly to the Manager of Division Grant Operations and receive direction for the team. However, on a daily basis this position will support the Grant Administrators and other administrative roles in the assigned group to provide mentorship, guidance on daily activities, and also serve as a working supervisor. This supervisor would be considered a subject matter expert in grants, with a portion of the time working on supervisor duties.
Main duties include but are not limited to:
- Supervising employees, to include: hiring and training, assigning work hours, managing workflow, priority setting, contributing to professional growth and performance development, resolving complaints, and provide course-correcting guidance when necessary.
- Help identify and carry through on recruitment needs within the team.
- In collaboration with manager, formulate and implement effective strategies for motivating teams and helping to ensure high achievement among all individuals on them.
- Identify, develop, and lead trainings to familiarize team with specific project-based needs.
- Uphold strong principles of two-way communication, respectful debate, and engagement with the team and colleagues as a whole to ensure clear communication and common understanding of priorities and the rationale behind them.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor's degree with 4 years of experience or High School diploma/GED combined with 8 years of experience required.
- 1 year of supervisory/leadership experience preferred.
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