The Executive Project Coordinator for Strategic Initiatives is responsible for supporting the planning, organizing, and monitoring of specific TCFSH strategic initiatives identified by administrative leadership. The Coordinator works under the direction of the Vice President of TCFSH and the service line administrative group, and prioritizes special projects for TCFSH President including preparation of presentations and supporting documents for quarterly board meetings and associated activities. The Project Coordinator embraces TCFSH strategic mission and vision and demonstrates commitment to end family violence by working closely with staff, board members, partners, consumer advocates, and other community stakeholders to successfully meet strategic goals.
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1. Meets regularly with the Vice President and Director of Evaluation to organize strategic planning implementation including logic model development, developing project planning tracking tools, and developing presentations and communication tools to support strategic planning initiatives.
2. Meets with TCFSH President to prepare board meeting presentations and related communication documents. Supports additional special projects and activities as needed such including town hall meetings.
3. Assists with benchmarking and research on strategic planning and program related topics.
4. Coordinates internal and external planning meetings; facilitates meetings when needed.
5. Works individually with service line administrators and TCFSH staff to support team projects when needed.
6. Assists with organizational committees and projects (Safety, Wellness, DI, etc.).
7. Attends service line and supervisor check in meetings to track and monitor action items.
8. Attends partner meetings and documents and tracks action items; prepares partner documents when needed.
9. Attends training and professional development that promotes enhanced understanding of family violence, social justice, and related topics relevant to TCFSH and NCH mission and vision.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
1. Degree in Marketing, Communications, Public Health, Business Administration or related field. In lieu of a bachelor’s degree, 5 o 7 years of professional experience in project management or planning
2. Effective written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills necessary to relate to all levels of hospital staff, board members and partners, and community at large; transmits accurate information in a timely manner, and actively seeks feedback
3. Must demonstrate a high degree of initiative, flexibility, organizational skills and creativity
4. Working knowledge of Windows XP, Mircosoft Office, Excel, Visio and other miscellaneous software applications that support coordination and planning activities, and preparing effective communications for self and others
5. Meeting facilitation skills
6. The ability to recognize the need for change, present ideas and solution to TCFSH leadership, and ensure solutions agreed upon are implemented correctly
7. Victim centered attitudes and values, commitment to social justice principles that support family violence prevention.
Monday through Friday, approximately 8AM to 5PM with occasions for need to work additional time outside scheduled hours.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Talking on telephone/in person: Constantly
Typing on a keyboard: Constantly
Lifting: 1-20 pounds
The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision. EOE M/F/Disability/Vet