Development Opportunities & Training
Administrative Professionals at NIH are responsible for providing comprehensive administrative support by serving as principal advisors to important agency organizations and participating in the development and implementation of management policies, planning of organizational needs, and preparation of plans, goals, objectives, or criteria for management processes. These positions require knowledge of a wide range of qualitative and/or quantitative methods for the development and management of major administrative programs, demonstrated analytical ability, and strong written and verbal communications skills.
Administrative professions include, but are not limited to: Account Technicians, Administrative Clerks/Technicians, Administrative Professional, Auditors, Budget Analysts, Clerks/Assistants, Contract Specialists, Economists, Ethics Specialists, Financial Analysts, Grants Management Specialists, Human Resources Specialists/Assistants, Information Technology Specialists, Management/Program Analysts, Office Automation Clerks, Program Support Assistants, Purchasing Agents, Realty Specialists, Secretaries, Supply Clerks, Technical Information Specialists, Technical Writers/Editors, and Training Specialists.
The near right column lists NIH Training Center programs, services and courses of interest to NIH Administrative Professionals.