The Digital Medical Education International Collaborative (digitalmedic.stanford.edu) is a growing global initiative based out of the Stanford University School of Medicine. Our vision is to improve global health outcomes by increasing access to medical education and building human capacity. Our mission is to collaborate with organizations across the world to create high quality, accessible, and customized healthcare learning experiences, openly available online to anyone, anywhere, anytime via our global platform.
Digital MEdIC is seeking a Program Coordinator who will manage projects to operate, expand and improve the Digital MEdIC initiative using a human-centered design approach. Projects could include developing, implementing, evaluating and improving various program components such as the Student Ambassadors Program as well as collaborations with international institutions.
As Program Coordinator you will:
Lead project management, team building, event coordination, and other support as needed.
Engage in human-centered design for program and project needs including:
Conducting design research with team and stakeholders for projects
Interpreting findings and translate to actionable solutions
Prototyping solutions and iterate based on testing and feedback
Communicate regularly as a main point of contact with internal and external stakeholders to guide progress and address any operational challenges.
Map deliverables and monitor progress utilizing online project management systems and other means of creating visibility for project progress.
Develop workflows and documentation of processes and policies.
Oversee administrative and logistical duties associated with program operations, such as scheduling, financial processing, etc.
Collect, analyze, and synthesize data and create reports to identify trends, opportunities and areas of improvement.
Develop plans and oversee logistics for conferences, training and events for stakeholders, such as with collaborator institutions, internal Stanford collaborators, and Digital MEdIC staff.
Coordinate activities for Digital MEdIC Stanford-based and international Digital MEdIC team members to build enthusiasm and maintain a positive team environment.
May participate in development of budgets or oversee budgets and monitor and approve expenditures.
May direct staff to perform various tasks and assignments. May also supervise staff.
This position is funded by philanthropic gifts, and is subject to continuing availability of funds.
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