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2175 K Street, NW
The National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP) seeks an energetic, detail-oriented, self-starter to serve as the administrative coordinator for its small, fast-paced team. NCMLP leads education, research, and technical assistance efforts to help improve the health of communities by helping health care organizations leverage the law and legal services in how they address social determinants of health.
The administrative coordinator will manage all relevant administrative functions related to NCMLP’s portfolio of national projects, including:
- Field requests for information from outside partners, organizations, and individuals;
- Assist in the development of reports for funders and others regarding training and technical assistance activities;
- Coordinate conference activities and participation for annual conference as well as multiple conferences for team members during the year;
- Coordinate speaker and staff travel and vendors as necessary;
- Develop, manage, and run regular schedule of webinars;
- Assist team in management of data activities for field contacts,
- Manage student interns;
- Manage all team resources (e.g., Dropbox, webinar service, etc.); and
- Coordinate team meetings.
The successful candidate should possess:
- High school diploma/GED required, BA/BS preferred;
- 1+ years of administrative experience working in a dynamic organization;
- Exceptional project management skills with the ability to work independently, meet tight deadlines, and balance multiple projects at once;
- Strong attention to detail;
- Superb writing and communication skills;
- Ability to supervise interns;
- Mission-driven and committed to work in a public health setting; and
- Desire and capacity to thrive as part of a small, fast-paced, collaborative team.
This position is based in Washington, D.C., but NCMLP’s staff is located in multiple cities. It is critical that the person in this role has the ability and desire to work successfully with remote staff.
Competitive benefits package.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please note: NCMLP is a project of the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University. The person who fills this position will be an employee of the university. The job is listed as “research program assistant” on GW’s job posting website because that is how the position was graded, but this is an administrative position, not a research one.