1. Are you good at multi-tasking?
2. Are you a successful communicator?
3. Can you adapt to shifting priorities easily?
4. Can you work independently and still be highly productive?
If you can confidently say "yes" to all of those questions, you could do well as a project coordinator with us.
The Integrated Care Leadership Network (ICLN) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to build healthier relationships between clinicians, students, patients, and the broader community to improve care across the healthcare continuum. We accomplish this through innovative learning exchanges that provide a forum to build and apply skills fundamental to tackling healthcare's toughest challenges. ICLN originates from the improvement work undertaken by the Integrated Nurse Leadership Program (INLP), a highly successful, nurse-led quality improvement program spanning nine Bay Area hospitals and from the work of Regional Nurse Network (RN2), a grassroots nursing community comprised of over 6,500 nurses. Integrated Care Leadership Network was created to blend the grassroots community model of RN2, with an academically rooted approach to non-clinical skill development that embraces interdisciplinary thinking and collaboration while encouraging evidence-based best practices.
The Project Coordinator (PC) will work to support the Operations' Director and Executive Director to ensure that projects run smoothly. The PC may be responsible for managing independent contractors, overseeing research projects, event planning, communicating between staff and outside vendors and clients, coordinating complex projects, and supporting curriculum development.
• Advanced MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) skills required. Some skills with In-Design preferred.
• BS/BA degree required.
• Health care background important.
• 2-5 years project coordination experience.
• Event planning background preferred.
• Can take direction, but also work in a self-directed manner.
• Superior organization, planning and time management skills.
• Experience in balancing and following through multiple projects with shifting priorities.
• Must have excellent verbal & written communication skills.
• Ability to take initiative, ask questions, work with senior staff, meet deadlines, and prioritize appropriately.
• Must be highly organized and very detail oriented.
• Comfortable working in a fluid, informal, start-up environment while maintaining a high degree of professionalism, collegiality, and accountability.
• Ability to work autonomously without a loss in productivity -- must be self-motivated.
• Must be able to multi-task with ease, maintaining flexibility with changing requirements.
• Recognizes and acts on opportunities to improve processes, service, and product.
• Excellent client-relations skills, must be able to communicate with diplomacy and professionalism.
• Must be able to give and receive constructive feedback.
• Demonstrated commitment to providing excellent customer / client service at all times.
• Experience in professional development, training, and/or curriculum development a huge bonus.
• Own all event planning across service lines
• Create and maintain a master organizational schedule
• Coordinate program evaluation activities
• Provide member support
• Work with vendors and outside clients
• Serve as key organizational touch-point for projects/programs
• Create processes, tools, and systems to effectively manage all ongoing projects
• Regularly report out on status of all projects and their activities
• Coordinate continuing education credit process
• Create, edit, and proofread program materials
• Maintain the member database
• Schedule and coordinate appointments and conference calls
• Collaborate with and provide support to senior staff as needed
This position will work on-site 2-3 days per week and telecommute the rest. Onsite days are subject to change and candidate must be willing to adapt to changes in schedule. This position is contract-to-hire and does not include benefits.