The Project Coordinator Senior Coordinates and manages assigned projects.
Develops time lines, assigns responsibilities, and monitors and summarizes the progress of projects.
Creates and implements communication and/or education plans. Prepares reports for leadership regarding the status of projects.
Delivers project results within constraints of budget and resources.
May lead and direct the work of a project team.
Coordinates development and delivery of presentations related to defined projects. Supports the project staff by facilitating project logistics.
Maintains budget records, reconciles accounts and prepares statements of expenditures for projects.
Assists with actual project plan definition and design. Assists in resolving issues or problems related to project.
Performs research and analysis including reports and documentation related to specific projects and outcomes.
Performs other duties as assigned.
HS or Equivalent
High school diploma or equivalent is required Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, Healthcare Administration, or a related field is preferred and Six (6) years of project coordination experience is required. College coursework may substitute for up to four (4) of the required years experience on an equivalent year-for-year basis.
Experience in philanthropy, community relations, workforce development, and diversity.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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Ascension Health is transforming healthcare by providing the highest quality care to all, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. Ascension Health, which provided $1.3 billion in care of persons who are poor and community benefit last year, is the nation's largest Catholic and nonprofit health system. Our mission-focused Health Ministries employ more than 150,000 associates serving in more than 1,500 locations in 23 states and the District of Columbia. Our Strategic Direction incorporates an outward promise to those we serve to deliver Healthcare That Works, Healthcare That Is Safe, and Healthcare That Leaves No One Behind, for Life, by the year 2020. We continue to build on the remarkable progress we have made as a healing ministry and share a sacred obligation on behalf of those we serve.Our actions are guided by the Mission, Vision, and Values on which our ministry is built. Through the conviction of our local and national leaders, our strategic direction guides us to provide: