Program Coordinator, ONeill Institute - Georgetown University Law Center
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The Program Coordinator exists to enable smooth functioning of the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and its Initiatives, and to assist Institute and Initiative staff and leadership with project and administrative needs. The Program Coordinator is responsible for a range of administrative tasks and functional areas, including event coordinator and management, travel booking and logistics for staff and external partners, financial tracking, invoice processing, budget reconciliation, general research, writing, and copy editing, .
The Program Coordinator will serve as a primary representative and administrative coordinator for the O'Neill Institute's Global Health Politics & Policy Initiative and its portfolio of projects, as well as support the operations of the O'Neill Institute as a whole. The Program Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director with secondary supervision by the Initiative Director, and work closely on financial and administrative coordination with the Manager of Finance and Administration.
Successful candidates will have a demonstrated interest in public health or health law, a basic understanding of the actors and organizations in the public health or health law space, a B.A. or B.S. (no specific major required), and one to two years of office management experience, preferably in a non-profit environment setting.
Ability to manage calendars and handle scheduling requests, experience with institutional communications, events management and logistics, ability to work with changing priorities in a fast-paced, results driven environment across multiple stakeholders.
Candidates must demonstrate proficiency with MS Office Suite, basic troubleshooting skills with Zerox photocopiers, and working knowledge of both Microsoft Windows and Apple operating systems.
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