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Location: Remote and when requested to report onsite. (Washington, DC)
• Able to support an interdisciplinary team (PI, Project Director, web developer, IT architect and research/evaluation team), must possess technical, verbal & written communication skills, organized, able to manage time, priorities, contribute to strategic team planning, resourceful, detail-oriented, multi-tasker and able to anticipates needs of a team
• Position was recently vacated, the project would like to have an employee in the role while GU approves, post and enables recruitment for the full time position This job requires a person with intermediate to advance level administrative support skills, must be organized and detailed oriented to support a large interdisciplinary team, the candidate is expected to provide updates and requests feedback as necessary, able to provide event/logistical planning as appropriate, possess intermediate to advance MS Office skills, demonstrated knowledge of project management and software tools to include Asana, Trello, google calendar, etc.
• This person will be dually supervised, day to day work by the programmatic contact and by me for any HR related issue.
• The programmatic supervisor will provide overview of tasks, however the expectation is for the individual to take initiative and ownership of work responsibilities as outlined in the job description and provide feedback on project status and deadlines as necessary.
• Manage project activities by providing administrative support to faculty and senior staff.
• Microsoft Office Suite and Project Management software.
• Proficient in major website content management systems.
• Knowledge of state and community service delivery systems and current federal directions preferred.
• Knowledge of early childhood mental health and technical assistance preferred, but not required.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, problem solving and the ability to work well both collaboratively and independently.
• Strong organizational, management, conceptual and analytical skills.
• Progressive administrative and project management experience.
• The Center of Excellence (CoE) for Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (IECMHC) is a national Center funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to provide training and technical assistance to states, communities and tribal nations across the country on best practices for IECMHC.
• The Program Coordinator will collaborate with the Principal Investigator and Project Director to ensure that all program functions and deliverables are completed.
• The Program Coordinator will work closely with the web developer and IT architect to build and maintain the website, its resources, technical assistance, training and community of practice opportunities and database of IECMH consultants and programs. In collaboration with the Project Director, the Program Coordinator will help manage the CoE’s product grant activities via development of webinars, training materials, PowerPoints, peer learning opportunities, and will concierge technical assistance delivery virtually and onsite.
• In addition, the Program Coordinator will be responsible for monitoring, coordinating and contributing to social media platforms for the CoE and the GUCCHD.
• The Program Coordinator will be responsible for tracking of project activities to ensure accurate and timely completion of deliverables such as technical assistance, training, product development, coordination of training calendars/schedules and travel logistics.
• In addition, the Program Coordinator will work closely with the research and evaluation team to assist with coordination of center activities, deliverables, and individual accomplishments of project personnel for the purpose of compiling needed reports
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, problem solving and the ability to work well both collaboratively and independently. Strong organizational, management, conceptual and analytical skills. Computer skills using Microsoft Office Suite and Project Management software.
• Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the Human Services, Public Policy or Social Sciences fields or related field. Two to three years’ experience in coordinating/managing within a service oriented organization or child health or mental health field preferable.
Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certification:
• Proficient in major website content management systems. Knowledge of state and community service delivery systems and current federal directions preferred. Knowledge of early childhood mental health and technical assistance preferred, but not required