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  • Senior Coordinator, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (Los Angeles, CA)

    In this role, you will be responsible for program planning and development, student advising, outreach coordination and outreach program delivery, representing the DGSOM professionally at conferences and institutions of higher education, and ensuring compliance with all grant deadlines and deliverables. You will be responsible for planning, implementation, delivery and operations of all pre-medical pipeline programs, seminars, workshops, special events, conferences and activities conducted by the Office of Outreach and Pipeline Programs as a part of the Office of Admissions.

    This role is responsible for prospective student advising, pipeline program planning, development and coordination, materials and curriculum creation and dissemination, management support of pre-med programs, and logistical requirements. You will serve as a key advisor for pre-medical students regarding appropriate DGSOM pipeline programs to fit student needs and will actively be involved in multi-institutional program development, delivery and coordination with the diverse pipeline programs offered across the organization. You will also oversee the calendar events for pipeline programs offered directly by the office, and will manage comprehensive program arrangements, including budgeting, securing guest speakers, managing student social activities, meals, and field trips, arranging technology support, writing official communications, managing website, social media, and promotional materials, and organizing simulations and classes for pre-med scholars.

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent strongly preferred
    • Outstanding attention to detail and ability to prioritize responsibilities and manage multiple projects and activities, follow through on assignments, and meet deadlines with changing priorities and frequent interruptions
    • Experience with Microsoft Suite
    • Excellent customer service skills
    • Ability to manage heavy phone and email volume
    • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
    • Cultural humility
    • Willingness to work flexible hours, including occasional evenings and weekends, to meet the needs of the unit