Project Coordinator, Learning Ecosystem Accelerator For Patient-Centered Sustainable Innovation
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PROJECT COORDINATOR, (LEAPS), Center for Biomedical Innovation (CBI)-Learning Ecosystem Accelerator For Patient-Centered Sustainable Innovation (LEAPS), to independently oversee day-to-day operational aspects of the project, assist with the preparation of and coordination for Design Labs (workshops), and perform other ancillary duties as directed. Project management (80%) responsibilities include coordinating and implementing objectives and priorities of the LEAPS project and assisting the project director with executing its strategic vision; managing collaborations and sponsor relations; participating in the development and implementation of detailed project plans to monitor and track progress; developing and managing project timelines; planning, organizing, and prioritizing project plans/schedules/deliverables for team work streams; managing competing priorities for multiple teams working on LEAPS; compiling, reviewing, and analyzing complex data and findings; engaging in business development meetings including creating slide decks, arranging meetings, and helping with follow-up; and acting as liaison to collaborators/funders. Administrative operations (20%) duties include drafting and editing correspondence, communications, presentations and other documents; preparing project documentation and reports; managing travel or reimbursements for external Design Lab attendees, ensuring compliance with MIT policy/procedures; participating in the preparation and execution of NEWDIGS’ conferences, seminars, meetings, luncheon/dinners, and other special events; and other duties as needed (sometimes at a lower level). May direct activities of temps or lower level staff. Will report to the project director.
REQUIRED: a bachelor’s degree; two years’ related project management experience; excellent interpersonal, relationship management, and client service skills that promote collaboration and cooperation; excellent organizational, time-management, project-management, and oral and written communication skills; and the ability to consolidate feedback from multiple sources into a cohesive single output document and to create and share deliverable instructions in a clear and concise manner. Job #17738-6
Starting salary: $55,000
Will travel to LEAPS Project meeting sites as needed (less than10% of the time).
This position is funded through consortium memberships and will be a two-year role with opportunity for renewal depending upon performance and continued funding.
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