Cleveland Clinic Administrative-Prog-Coord-III in Cleveland, Ohio
Functions as liaison and as administrative, technical or operational resource. Researches, analyzes and organizes information for presentations. Identifies operational improvement opportunities to create efficient workplace. Develops communications, databases and budget summaries. Assists on large, complicated projects and initiates or leads moderately complex projects.
Assists with scheduling, coordination, preparation and communication of meetings.
Facilitates and attends meetings; records key outcomes.
Identifies key milestones and deadlines.
Communicates project status and requirements to achieve results.
Researches, analyzes and organizes information for presentations.
Develops interdepartmental education programs.
Leads records management activities and ensures standards are maintained.
Assists department leadership with large or complex projects.
Initiates or leads moderately complex projects.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Finance, Communication or related field required.
Additional progressively responsible experience may offset degree requirement.
- May require license based on department/Institute need.
Complexity of Work:
Requires multi-tasking, critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision in highly interactive team environment.
Must be able to take appropriate action in a stressful environment.
Minimum of four years financial, business analysis or project management experience required.
Health care experience preferred. Knowledge of project management and communication practices preferred.
Strong computer skills and experience with software applications.
Experience in a leadership or supervisory role preferred.
High degree dexterity to operate office equipment.
May require extended periods of standing, walking or sitting.
Good visual acuity through normal or corrected vision.
Personal Protective Equipment:
- Follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment as required.
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