A Program Coordinator works in partnership with Departmental leaders to develop, implement, and deliver programs which meet the needs of patients, families, and community served. Within focus area they could coordinate and over see volunteers, interns, and new hires in collaboration with the manager. They may partner with professional and community organizations on department related issues and events.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develops, implements, and evaluates programs and key services of assigned focus area. This may include:
Program development which could include surveying or interviewing staff, patients and/or patients' families to determine if future programs are needed.
General facilitation of the programs and services including communication and relationship building with key stakeholders.
Researching and submitting proposals for grants, contracts and funding opportunities
Event planning activities such as scheduling of facilities and speakers.
Evaluation of program to include budget recommendations, reports and record maintenance to meet external audit requirements.
Participates in prior approved internal or external committee or group, and/or accountable for a prior approved community relationship.
Works with program managers/program directors to manage financial aspects including entire program budget and/or aspects of the budget.
Serves as a preceptor for interns, volunteers and new hires.
Bachelor's Degree in a health-related discipline, or business management required or equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional training, education and/or certification may be required with program assignment.
A minimum of two years of work experience in related field required; five years preferred.
Demonstrated success in program development, implementation, and delivery.
Demonstrated project planning and project management skills.
Must be able to work effectively under deadlines, with multiple tasks and with individuals representing all levels within the organization.
Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills.
Requires proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Some areas of focus could require valid Georgia driver's license and have reliable transportation.
If necessary in area of focus, validated fluency (written and spoken) in Spanish or other language that our programs and collateral materials support desired. .
For CHP: Knowledge of principles and practices of health promotion/wellness program evaluation.
Children's at Scottish Rite
Hours Per Week
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is a not-for-profit hospital system that specializes in pediatric health care, research, and...