Under the direction of the Executive Director and the Assistant Director, the Project Coordinator is responsible for the overall development, implementation, daily operation and evaluation of Center programs and projects. 30% Provide leadership in the development and implementation of Center project/s. Responsible for coordinating all project-related activities, initiating project tasks, and coordinating project deliverables/issues with key stakeholders. 20% Collaborate with other internal resources to: schedule and implement project-related community recruitment events, task force meetings, and coalition meetings; maintain relationships with community partners; develop sustainability plan to ensure viability of project/s. Travel to and from community sites. 15% Help create linkages with community/partnering agencies and organizations by collaboration and communication to expand Center project/s. Responsible for overseeing the recruitment of coalition members, scheduling appointments with key stakeholders to discuss project/s goals and the expectations for the community coalition. 15% Write reports and communication materials; organize and maintain project/s files in share drive. Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation, plans and reports. 5% Create and maintain policy and procedures for ensuring the academic quality and integrity Center project/s. 5% Oversee data collection procedures for formative research, pre-assessments and post-assessments. 5% Responsible for purchasing and/or creating educational and promotional materials and supplies. <5% Perform tasks and other duties as assigned by Executive Director and Assistant Director.
Master's Degree in Public Health (or equivalent, e.g. Master in Public Policy, Master in Public Administration, Masters of Science in Nutrition); with experience in implementing public health projects in underserved communities. Experience project coordinating strongly preferred. Registered Dietitian (RD/RDN), Certified Health Educator and/or similar certification strongly preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Working knowledge of general practices, program, and/or administrative specialty. Ability and specialized skills to: interpret, and apply a wide variety of policies and procedures; perform basic research and statistical analysis; analyze data and make accurate projections using business mathematics and basic statistics; compile, write and present reports related to program or administrative specialty; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; organize, coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks; work in a busy environment with frequent interruptions; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff, students, faculty, and external contacts.
Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule
This position is employed through The University Corporation (TUC).
The anticipated hiring range is $25-$35 per hour, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
How to Apply
Please complete the on-line application/resume upload submission process in order to be considered for any open position within the university and its auxiliaries. The hiring department will contact the best qualified candidates and invite them to participate in the interview process.
Application Screening begins April 8, 2021, and will continue until position is filled.
In order to be considered in the initial review, applications must be submitted prior to the date listed above.
Application submissions received after the application screening date will be reviewed at the discretion of the University.
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