This position is project-based and will terminate three months after the start date. Compile and distribute daily clips for the Foundation, including news stories about the Foundation, President Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and issues relevant to the Foundations work.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for and owner of any supporting tools to improve the efficiency and support of project execution. Immediate and accurate insight in status on all important dimensions of the project enabling information based decision making for project management, program management, steering committee and stakeholders.
Project coordinator will be responsible for communication and coordination with data collection sites, task programming, data extraction, data cleaning, coordination of interview transcription, conducting in-person interviews with parents, and conducting telephone follow ups with participants and their parents.
This position is part of a Rotation Program wherein individuals rotate across Coordinator-level positions within the Content Distribution division: Sales and Business Development, Marketing, Strategy and Operations.
In this role, you will manage finance - centric projects such as ERP systems integration, mapping systems architecture, and establishing accounting best practices, utilizing established Project Management methodologies.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for managing/coordinating various types of project implementations including software development, third party application, integration, and infrastructure projects.
In this role, the selected candidate supports students and faculty in creation and curation of ePortfolios and other professional online tools; updates sophomore website and provides content for social media.
The Program Coordinator will support a senior faculty member in the Department of Health Policy & Management (HPM) who also serves as President of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG).
The Project Coordinator provides administrative support to the Directors and Managers in the Division of Health Informatics and is responsible to assist in coordinating various aspects of divisional projects.
The position performs manufacturing of commercial and clinical conjugate related products. Primary duties include performing all required complex manufacturing activities including production, investigation, equipment validation, writing SOPs, in compliance with company policy and regulations.
The Project Coordinator will work at the Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center in Neuroepidemiology on several studies. These include: a study of prolonged febrile seizures in children (FEBSTAT); the Rare Epilepsy Network; the Human Epilepsy Project; and other projects that arise.