Program Coordinator I - Neurology

Wake Forest Baptist Health Winston Salem, NC
Program Coordinator I - Neurology40 hours per week, day shiftFUNCTION OF JOB Under general supervision, assume major responsibility for the activities of a major clinical or educational program(s); coordinate and plan activities, market the program, determine arrangements for major... Description

Program Coordinator I - Neurology

40 hours per week, day shift


Under general supervision, assume major responsibility for the activities of a major clinical or educational program(s); coordinate and plan activities, market the program, determine arrangements for major meetings, design newsletter/brochure materials, oversee the processing of monies, and coordinate the work of support personnel.


1. Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.

2. Excellent organizational and planning skills.

3. Excellent interpersonal skills.

4. PC skills as required for position including word processing, spreadsheet, database, and desktop publishing.


1. Prior program coordination experience.


1. Coordinate the planning, implementation, and evaluation of major educational or community-focused clinical programs.

2. Based on participant/member needs, determine site location, contract stipulations (with hotel, etc.), audio-visual, satellite and catering needs; make other decisions relative to the physical location and related arrangements for major meetings.

3. Determine needs relative to ongoing and specific communication with participants/ members; assure that appropriate invitations, mailings, and other related information is sent in a timely manner. Oversee the generation of meeting-related materials such as nametags, certificates, etc.

4. Design public-relations type information such as newsletters, advertising, and web pages; implement other tools as appropriate such as 1-800 numbers, stationery, logos, etc. to effectively market the program.

5. Oversee the processing of registration information for meetings. Implement effective processes to assure that information is recorded and processed in a correct and timely manner.

6. Perform special project-type work relative to the program including fundraising, assisting with writing and grant proposals, researching information, collaborating with other related programs and/or institutions,


7. Oversee the work of other staff assisting in the performance of program-related activities.

8. Prepare periodic analyses and reports reflecting progress and adverse trends regarding the program(s); make suggestions for improvement and implement as appropriate.

9. Oversee the bookkeeping functions of the program; assure that incoming and outgoing monies are processed correctly and in a timely fashion; make daily decisions regarding the disbursement of funds relative to the program.

10. Attend meetings with appropriate staff and faculty as necessary to provide and gather information and assure the meetings/programs are carried out appropriately.

11. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

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