University of Washington School of Public Health
Coordinator – Mexico Region - St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital
Closing Date: open until filled
Posted: February 12, 2018
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Coordinator – Mexico Region
The Department of Global Pediatric Medicine (GPM) is a new and growing department looking for professionals who are eager to help implement the mission of taking St. Jude to the world by training the clinical workforce, developing and strengthening health systems and patient-centered initiatives, and advancing knowledge to sustain continuous improvement through research.
The Mexico Region Coordinator will be responsible for designing, coordinating, implementing, and oversight of projects to ensure the success of initiatives in Mexico. This new, pivotal role serves as section/project team lead and acts as a liaison to others in GPM and collaborators in Mexico, and other regions within St. Jude Global.
The Mexico Region Coordinator will be responsible for:
- Implementing and overseeing regional and project-based initiatives.
- Developing and tracking project timelines and deliverables.
- Monitoring progress through scheduling teleconferences and updated reporting.
- Preparing and presenting summaries, reports and analysis.
- Facilitating communication among different team members at St. Jude and the different sites in Mexico.
- Maintaining and updating relevant data and project records for all activities in the region.
- Managing and updating grant budgets; assisting in development and writing of grant applications and reports.
- Attending project meetings and maintaining minutes for all meetings.
- Researching, arranging, and coordinating travel for meetings, workshops, and trainings.
- Coordinating and executing site visits and workshops in Mexico.
- Developing strong working relationships with partner sites at both St. Jude and collaborator sites in Mexico.
All candidates must submit a cover letter in both English and Spanish to be considered for the position.
- Four (4) years of experience project or program management, preferably in health related and resource-limited (low- and middle-income country) settings.
Skills and Abilities
- Fluency in Spanish essential.
- Flexibility to travel to Mexico for on-site engagement (approx. 3 times per year).
- Ability to anticipate and resolve problems.
- Excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to prioritize tasks.
- Ability to plan and coordinate multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
- Flexibility in schedule to accommodate meetings across different time zones.
- Strong communication and analytic skills.
- Cultural sensitivity is a must.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field is required
- Master’s degree is preferred
Ready to join a team that stops at nothing, because we believe anything is possible?
Apply now at: http://bit.ly/2Ej06vv
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