The Administrative Coordinator uses professional concepts to apply organizational policies and procedures to oversee a variety of ongoing administrative operational issues for the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine (OCIM). The individual will provide support for the Osher Center operations and clinical programs.
Osher Center operations responsibilities include activities in human resources, event planning, space planning, facilities, IT, asset/resource management, safety, and development. The Administrative Coordinator analyzes and resolves operational problems of moderate scope.
Clinical program responsibilities include activities in public education classes, Community Care Fund program support, and data collection. The Administrative Coordinator will serve as administrator of OCIM Public Education classes, including the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program. This includes providing administrative support for the public education classes and includes working with the Clinical Program Director, MBSR Program Director, teachers, and students for successful completion of year-round classes. The individual will engage in strategic outreach and long-term planning for the public education classes by reaching out to previously determined individuals and sites. Works closely with the Communications Coordinator to fulfill outreach efforts internally (UCSF) as determined by Communications Coordinator and Program Directors; provide administrative support for the Community Care Fund, a fund used to support patients with limited financial resources; and assist in collecting essential data for the Osher Center's education program to ensure we continue to create outstanding integrative health leaders through transformative education and training.
Internal Number: 3177805
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