Georgetown Law’s O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law is seeking a Program Coordinator to work with the Center for Innovation in Global Health team, led by director Dr. Charles Homes.
To be considered, applicants should have a B.A. or B.S. (no specific major), and one to two years of financial, grants management, or accounting experience, preferably in a non-profit environment setting. Ability to work with changing priorities in a fast-paced, results driven environment across multiple stakeholders, as the Center manages several large grants and sub-awards with international partners. The ideal candidate must be self-motivated and be able to come up with creative business solutions. Position requires a good grasp of accounting procedures and transactions as well as strong analytical, interpersonal, communication, listening and negotiating skills. This is an excellent entry-level position for someone interested in a career in project management and administration.
Candidates must demonstrate proficiency with MS Office Suite, with a moderate to advance ability in Excel, and working knowledge of both Microsoft Windows and Apple operating systems.
The program coordinator primary responsibilities will include:
- 70% – Financial Coordination & Budget Tracking Support
- CIGH Budget Tracking and Execution
- Grants, Contracts, and Procurement Support
- Expense Reports and Reconciliation
- Liaison to Sub-Partners and Other Georgetown Offices
- 15% – Project Management Support
- Travel Planning
- Calendar Management
- Center Operations Support
- 15% – Other Duties as Assigned
Institute Coordinators are based at the O’Neill Institute’s offices at Georgetown University’s Law School near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC, and receive a competitive salary with outstanding benefits (and terrific work colleagues). Coordinators are hired for a one-year term with annual renewals. We hope and expect that the Coordinators hired for this position will stay with O’Neill for several years or more while developing new skills and expertise and assuming broader responsibilities.
To apply please send a cover letter and resume with the email subject [Program Coordinator (Your Last Name)] to firstname.lastname@example.org