ID: 7111999 (Ref.No. ta222704)
Posted: September 28, 2022
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center is Oklahoma’s only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-Designated Cancer Center, and one of only 71 NCI-Designated Cancer Centers in the United States. This highly competitive accreditation ensures that our patients receive the highest standard of care and have access to the most advanced cancer treatment options.
At the Stephenson Cancer Center, we have an exciting new job opportunity that could be right for you! The Project Coordinator will coordinate and manage activities related to projects in the SCC Office of Cancer Research.
- Coordinates all activities related to the project(s).
- Interfaces and serves as liaison with Campus, College and Department administration to accomplish project(s) outcomes.
- Leads the successful implementation using basic planning techniques.
- Establishes and maintains on-going reporting process.
- Attends meetings, workgroup sessions and seminars.
- Provides training and develops on-going training as needed.
- Performs related duties as assigned or as required to successfully fulfill functions of the position.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Project Management, Business, Accounting, or related field.
Experience: 24 months of project management experience.
Equivalency/Substitution Will accept 48 months of related experience in lieu of the Bachelor's degree for a total of 72 months of related experience.
- Advanced organization and communication skills
- Excellent computer skills
- Ability to make independent decisions and judgment when following broad instructions
- Ability to plan, coordinate, and prioritize workload
- Advanced level of analytical, evaluative, and constructive thinking.
- Physical: Sit for prolonged periods. Communicate effectively and listen. Use of a computer. Manual dexterity.
- Environmental: Standard Office Environment
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