MD Anderson Houston , TX 77020
The Program Coordinator in the Radiation Oncology Department at MD Anderson Cancer Center develops, implements and maintains organizational and programmatic functions and assists with administrative activities to impact departmental efficiency and productivity, as assigned by the Center Medical Director and Office Manager. In doing so, the Program Coordinator will independently analyze issues, identify solutions, implement solutions in collaboration with partners, monitor results and make changes, as appropriate. This individual will recognize and address issues across their scope of influence.
The ideal candidate will have experience working with clinical faculty.
Exceptional written and oral communication skills, organization and planning skills, creative problem-solving skills, the ability to build effective relationships, and the ability to influence others, including persuasive communication and presentation skills will be key to success in this role.
Minimum: $44,800 Midpoint: $57,400 Maximum: $70,000
Develops, directs, and executes multiple projects that impact the division, department and institution as assigned by the Clinical Medical Director and Office Manager.
Drives communication related to program facilitation and implementation.
Builds relationships with departments and divisions throughout the institution, and external organizations as needed, to gather financial, operational and market information needed to facilitate programs.
Provides regular status updates to Division and Department leaders.
Required: High school diploma or equivalent.
Preferred: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration or related field.
Required: Nine years of business/management experience to include two years in a health care environment or related field.
May substitute education for relevant experience on a one to one basis.
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