Student Services Special Projects Coordinator at University of Oklahoma
Posted in Management 30+ days ago.
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Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma
The OU-TU School of Community Medicine (SCM) Student Services Office has a full time opening for a Special Projects Coordinator.
This position will coordinate and carry out new and existing projects or assignments and performs advanced level administrative support duties. Supports leadership ensuring successful outcomes of projects and assignments are completed in a timely manner.
You'll will work primarily on admission and recruitment activities and contribute to health professions outreach programming, diversity education events and other programs of the SCM Student Services Office and community and campus partners. This position works with multiple campus and community partners to develop, plan and help facilitate clubs, meetings, workshops, interview days and other events for targeted high school, undergraduate and current medical and Physician Assistant students. This position must be able to supervise student volunteers and participants, as well as ensure compliance to university policies.
The ideal candidate for this position will have strong interpersonal and public speaking skills and have a passion for education. Experience in medical or professional education is a plus.
Some statewide travel (5%) is required.
Required Attachments to be considered for this position are: Resume and Cover Letter. Failure to attach ALL the required documents and checking the Relevant box may result in your application being disqualified.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Health Administration, Health, or related field. Will accept 48 months of equivalent experience in a closely related field in lieu of a Bachelor's degree.
24 months administrative experience preferably at the university level, and 12 months experience in health education or health careers.
Highly proficient in MS Office applications: Outlook, Word, and Excel.
High level of planning, coordinating and prioritizing skills.
Strong organizational skills with attention to detail, including ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Must be able to collect data and track outcomes.
High degree of independent judgment when following broad instructions.
Ability to work effectively with a wide range of groups, both on and off campus.
Must be able to supervise others including volunteers.
Must be able to adhere to University policies.
Must have the ability to work with a team.
Advertised Physical Requirements:
Standard administrative office environment and exposure including keyboarding. Up to 25% of the essential functions of this position will involve mobility (being able to move from one floor of campus building to another; being able to move from one building to another for meetings, ability for statewide travel etc.).