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Programs Coordinator

Company Name:
McCloskey Partners, LLC
Job Description
The Program Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and will assist in the planning,
implementation, evaluation and funding for the programs to achieve the organizations outreach,
education, public health and patient advocacy strategic goals.
Qualifications
1. At least five year of professional experience in program development for a nonprofit organization
with a disease focused nonprofit preferred.
2. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with grant writing experience preferred.
3. Strong program development, management, and evaluation skills.
4. Excellent computer skills and ability to utilize current technology to create and maintain the
six related websites.
5. Well-organized, able to multi-task, deadline driven, and enjoys working in a fast-paced
environment.
6. Excellent interpersonal skills, flexible personality and finds satisfaction in being part of a team.
Responsibilities
1. Assist with the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs to achieve goals.
2. Assist with coordination of all programs and assist with grant writing to support existing
programs as well as pursue new opportunities.
3. Assist with researching and utilizing new technology or methods for delivering programs.
4. Maintain an awareness of issues and trends in hepatitis B education, public health research, and patient advocacy to enhance current programs and pursue new opportunities.
5. Assist in developing and maintaining collaborations internally and externally.
6. Coordinate and update the six websites using current technology (e.g. Wordpress, Dreamweaver)
7. Assist in the creation of content information for the website, newsletters and other
educational materials as required.
8. Assist in the preparation of written program reports, oral presentations and other evaluation or promotional materials as required.

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