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Project Coordinator, Rural Behavioral Health Workforce Center

Do you have a background in public health operations? Are you interested in a rewarding career with our Public Health Division? Then this is the right opportunity for you to join our team. Read on…..

MCD Global Health is a nonprofit global health organization recognized in the United States and around the world as a leader, innovator, and trusted partner.

Our Vision & Mission:
We envision a world in which all people have access to high quality and enduring solutions to improve and maintain their health and well-being. MCD aspires to be a premier partner of choice and an internationally recognized leader, innovator, and trusted partner in applied, cross-national public health solutions. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of people worldwide through enduring, high-quality, cost-effective, and universally accessible public health solutions.

We are looking to bring on board a Project Coordinator, who is responsible for coordinating the day-to-day operations of Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Rural Behavioral Health Workforce Training Center (RBHWC). This position coordinates with other project staff to achieve goals outlined in project work plans and the organization’s strategic plan.

This position is based in Hallowell, Maine in a hybrid capacity with trainings/meetings with external stakeholders 1-2x per month.

Essential Job Functions:
• Monitor performance of funded subcontractors and providers, including assuring that all providers complete deliverables in a timely and high-quality manner;
• Work with program team members to engage program partners (national, state, and local) to ensure ongoing communication regarding key roles and responsibilities, including scheduling meetings, presenting progress reports, and responding to partners’ needs and concerns;
• Assist with annual work plans, contracts, and deliverables associated with RBHWC;
• Participate in communication with federal funders as needed, including required calls, reports, and grantee meetings;
• Support meeting set up and follow-ups for HRSA RBHWC Core Group and network partners, faculty groups, and other stakeholders;
• Assist in agenda-setting, scheduling and managing meetings, and documenting and publishing meeting minutes;
• Collect information, compile and prepare registration reports, draft participant reports, resource documents, and other materials for submission to the State and Federal funders or distribution to participants;
• Assist in executing the evaluation plan, including developing and deploying assessment tools and surveys as needed;
• Support execution of service agreements, MOUs, and related documentation required to achieve project goals with subcontractors, faculty, and consultants;
• Assist in the promotion of project participation recruitment, including the development of content for social media and outreach to training sites and potential partners;
• Provide administrative support to subject matter experts, helping ensure that they are identified, recruited, and prepared on the training topics chosen;
• Support delivery of project trainings and resources, attending Project ECHO® sessions as needed to provide administrative and technical support;
• Actively track project work plans and tasks through project management and collaboration tools, including coordinating resources, tools, and tasks with subcontracts and consultants;
• Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Qualifications and Skills:
• Bachelor’s degree in health related field, including public health, or 3 years relevant work experience is required. (A combination of four (3) years of education, training, and/or experience in health, public health, or related field.)
• Strong writing and interpersonal communication skills and cultural competence are essential.
• Detailed knowledge of all current Microsoft Office software programs, as well as videoconferencing platforms, and any other software programs necessary to perform the job.
• Possesses strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
• Meeting facilitation experience
• Experience and knowledge in healthcare or public health
• Preferred: Experience developing educational resources and some knowledge about rural Maine

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Medical Care Development Global Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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