Program Coordinator II (Pre-Post Grant Experience Required) Anesthesiology Academic Group
The Program Coordinator II is responsible for providing administrative, operational and programmatic support services to an assigned program area. The Program Coordinator is knowledgeable about institutional and program policies and procedures and provides support to a large or complex program or to multiple smaller programs. (A Program provides a specific service or carries out specific activities as a separate entity or as a component program within a department, but is not a department itself.)
This role requires pre and post grant experience. Experience using Ruth and/or Info/Ed platforms is highly preferred.
- Ensures that adequate staffing, space utilization, equipment and other resources are available to best support the provisions of services and to meet the program goals and objectives.
- May monitor the workflow and make adjustments to ensure the timely completion of program support activities. Provides and/or arranges staff training as needed, if applicable.
- Maintains liaison with staff in other departments to coordinate program activities and training; to accomplish program objectives; and to ensure cooperative efforts are enhanced and available resources are utilized.
- Assists in monitoring and evaluating program effectiveness; demonstrates continuous efforts to improve support operations and systems, to streamline work processes and to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the program.
- Provides assistance to staff in assigned areas to ensure program objectives are accomplished.
- Coordinates and oversees grant related issues, reporting of program statistics and the implementation of data collection procedures.
- Administers program procedures and systems. Ensures information is disseminated to staff regarding program and Mount Sinai Medical Centers policies and procedures.
- Assists in the planning, coordination and implementation of seminars, conferences and workshops. Recommends new ideas and concepts for program themes, materials and resources to supplement, expand or replace existing program components.
- Assists in the preparation of program budgets and grants. May Assists in monitors, verifies and reconciles budget expenditures.
- May participate in hiring, performance appraisal, promotions, transfers and other personnel transactions as assigned.
- Performs other related duties.
- Bachelors Degree preferred; an equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for the degree when the experiences are closely related to the duties of the job.
- 3+ years experience coordinating and administering program activities for assigned area
The Mount Sinai Health System (MSHS) provides a salary range to comply with the New York City Law on Salary Transparency in Job Advertisements. The salary range for this role is $58,661.00 - $82,562.83 Annually. Actual salaries depend on a variety of factors, including experience, education, and hospital need. The salary range or contractual rate listed does not include bonuses/incentive, differential pay or other forms of compensation or benefits.
Non-Bargaining Unit, Z04 - Anesthesiology Academic Group - ISM, Icahn School of Medicine
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The Mount Sinai Health System (MSHS) provides a salary range to comply with the New York City Law on Salary Transparency in Job Advertisements. The salary range for the role is $58,661 - $82,562.83 Annually. Actual salaries depend on a variety of factors, including experience, education, and hospital need. The salary range or contractual rate listed does not include bonuses/incentive, differential pay or other forms of compensation or benefits.