Program Coordinator I (Center for Excellence in Youth Education), Office of Diversity and Inclusion
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The Center of Excellence in Youth Education (CEYE), a unit within the Mount Sinai Health System’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion, has worked for over four decades to expose young minds from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds to science and medicine through its robust education pipeline program portfolio on the campus of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The Center for Excellence in Youth Education (CEYE) works with a cross section of public schools, colleges, and other youth organizations throughout NYC to implement academic year and summer courses and internships that prepare underrepresented students for STEM careers. These experiences bolster student preparation and performance in science, language arts, mathematics and technology in a context where they can explore a wide spectrum of careers in medicine, research, nursing, and allied health, as well as extend their reach to college and these career fields. In the last year, ODI has expanded its portfolio of education pipeline programs to include efforts that are jointly sponsored with internal and external stakeholder partners. This latter body of work is overseen by the ODI Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances.
The position will be based in the CEYE, be a member of the CEYE team, and report directly to the CEYE Program Director. The position will partially support program coordination of the CEYE program portfolio as well as partially support the coordination of our growing joint pipeline pathway program portfolio overseen by the ODI Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances. This position will have a dotted reporting line to the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliance for project and or program specific work. In addition to program coordination support, the position will primarily be responsible for managing and coordinating a shared data system for all CEYE and jointly sponsored pipeline programs.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Manage shared data and measurement system of all CEYE and jointly sponsored pipeline pathway programs.
- Prepare and contribute to operational reviews, reports, presentations, and other related products reflecting program outcomes and impact
- Provide administrative and programmatic coordination to the Director Strategic Partnership and Alliances on new and existing pipeline pathways programs internal and external to ISMMS/MSHS as needed.
- Participate in educational partner engagement efforts with NYC public schools and other educational programs to facilitate recruitment of and enrichment opportunities for students eligible to participate in CEYE and jointly sponsored programs.
- Assist with fiscal management duties including budget preparation, reconciliation, and reporting for grants and contracts. Be knowledgeable of the institution’s central finance system, policies and procedures to properly process financial transactions associated with programming.
- Collect, document, and track program data and metrics associated with program deliverables, outcomes, and reporting requirements.
- Create schedules, end-of-term calendars for final assessments, oral presentations and final papers, order supplies and arrange space for all programs
- Coordinate logistical planning for special events and programs as needed.
- Oversee social media strategy and assess online engagement and impact.
- Willingness to be trained in Intensive Academic Counseling, which is utilized in supporting students (formal supervision and training will be provided)
- Attend occasional student and staff conferences, which may include travel
- Facilitate student and parent engagement sessions
- Support the CEYE Program Director and Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances maintain school and organizational partner engagement activities by developing and tracking Memorandums of Agreements, recruitment and enrichment activities, and manage collection of student documentation as needed
- Perform other administrative duties including: triage phone calls; maintain student files; prepare and send out school-related correspondence, report cards, flyers, and application packets
- Bachelor’s Degree at minimum; Masters preferred
- 3 years relevant work experience; preferably in nonprofit with an education or youth development focus
- Experience with data management and competence in computer applications related to qualitative and quantitative data entry and descriptive analysis
- Strong computer literacy & experience working with Google Suite and other communication systems (Slack, Slido, Canva etc.) and social media platforms
- Must be proficient in Microsoft office suite
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Excellent organizational and follow up skills with strong attention to detail.
- Ability to meet time sensitive deadlines.
- Ability to adapt to a changing environment.
- Strong innovation and/or networking skills.
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
- Highly motivated with the ability to work independently.
- Bilingual in Spanish a plus
- Demonstrated respect for diversity and multicultural sensitivity
- Consistently maintains a positive attitude and builds strong working relationships
- Detail-oriented with superb organizational skills
- Demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively
- Personal qualities of warmth, dependability, responsiveness, initiative, flexibility, knowledge, and credibility
Strength Through Diversity
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