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The UW MEDICINE NEUROSCIENCES INSTITUTE has an outstanding opportunity for an NSI STRATEGIC OUTREACH & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR.
To assist in strategic growth for the Neuroscience Institute, the NSI STRATEGIC OUTREACH & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR is responsible for outreach, education, and marketing of Neuroscience Institute marque programs to regional external customers. This includes the planning and execution of a wide variety of initiatives and tactics to promote specific Neuroscience Institute clinical programs to external clinicians, EMS and hospitals located throughout the region (in-state and out of state) (WWAMIO).
Implements strategies for the promotion and expansion (growth) of Neuroscience Institute clinical programs to regionally located targeted clinicians and hospitals
Focuses on referring provider service excellence to advance Neuroscience Institute clinical services throughout the region
Participates in the development of promotional and educational materials for referring physicians that create strong referral relationship
Coordinates activities and materials to raise awareness for specific programs
Establishes relationships with physicians and key clinical staff in the region
Develops and maintains appropriate referral processes as needed by outside sites
Assists with organizing educational programs for staff and/or patients at these regional sites
Provides open and ongoing communication and collaboration with members of the Neuroscience Institute care team (faculty and staff) related to outreach activities and feedback received
Recommends provider outreach events/education as needed throughout the region
Monitors effectiveness of our regional programs. Investigates concerns or delays in care and makes recommendations for improvements. Serves as the main contact to resolve referral problems or concerns for outside customers. Follows through and ensures service recovery is complete
Assists in the development, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of marketing and communication tools
Analyzes and maintains information related to referral patterns
Coordinates and collaborates with other UW service line Strategic Outreach Liaisons
Meets with physicians and other key leaders and stakeholders regularly to understand the complexities of the service line and promote collaboration among sub-specialties and clinics
Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Sales, or Strategic Planning
4 years of experience in program development
4 to 5 years experience in Business, Marketing, Sales, or Strategic Planning
4 years of experience in program development and marketing to include: Outreach, Sales, Planning, Data Analysis, and Presentation skills
An equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute for stated requirements
Master's degree preferred
Preferred experience in sales, and strategic sales development
Prior experience working closely with physicians and healthcare professionals
Prior experience in health care marketing
Prior knowledge/experience in cardiovascular medicine
Project management experience is helpful however a PMP certification is not required
UW Medicine includes Harborview Medical Center, UW Medical Center - Montlake, UW Medical Center - Northwest, Valley Medical Center, UW Neighborhood Clinics, UW Physicians, UW School of Medicine, and Airlift Northwest.
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