Special Projects Coordinator (1283)
Commonwealth Care Alliance - Boston, MA

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The Special Projects Coordinator position is a cross-departmental, collaborative position responsible to the Chief Executive Officer and President of Commonwealth Care Alliance. The Special Projects Coordinator provides key analysis and administrative support for Commonwealth Care Alliance’s executive management team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: · Provide timely, cross-departmental data synthesis and analysis that will support initiatives and information requests by Commonwealth Care Alliance’s senior level management
· With knowledge of senior level management’s long-term goals, facilitate and coordinate internal “special project groups” and external meetings with key partners of Commonwealth Care Alliance
· With strategic senior-level leadership present, represent Commonwealth Care Alliance in external meetings, events and workshops
· Provide administrative and operational support for Commonwealth Care Alliance’s Business Development and Program Design teams
· Coordinate meetings and per-need support for priorities specific to Commonwealth Care Alliance’s relationship with its clinical affiliates
REQUIREMENTS: · A Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Public Policy, Communications, Business Administration or a related academic concentration; a Master’s degree in similar field preferred
· At least two years or equivalent work in a public health non-profit organization desired; previous experience with elder and/or federally-funded long-term care is preferred
· Experience providing strategic communication, planning and program evaluation work desired
· Flexibility, and experience working with multiple stakeholders on short-deadlines
· Self-motivation, strong organization and oral and written presentation skills
· A willingness to learn, listen and engage individuals and organizations from a variety of backgrounds and interests