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The Center for Collaborative Systems for Security, Safety and Regional Resilience has an outstanding opportunity for a Part-Time Temporary Program Coordinator.
Position Description: JOB DUTIES
A great opportunity to play an important role in a national research center within the department of Human Centered Design and Engineering.
Schedule, Support & Manage meetings - 45%
•Schedule, invite and take notes at meetings •Prepare and or assemble necessary materials for meetings, including background information, PowerPoint presentations, agendas, reports, invitations, and catering. •Coordinate logistics, travel and materials.
Public Outreach & Stakeholder Development - 30%
•Serve as a point of contact for CoSSaR; respond to phone, email and social media inquires. •Operate as liaison between CoSSaR and partners / stakeholders, including scheduling meetings, and relaying sensitive information across partnerships.
Website & Digital Media Management- 25%
•Maintain the CoSSaR website on a monthly basis, including adding new content and updating existing content. •Design and manage CoSSaR promotional materials such as digital content, informational factsheets, brochures, and PowerPoint presentations. •Design and maintain social media accounts for CoSSaR. •Develop, track, and maintain digital repertoire for on-going projects (timelines, progress, milestones, progress /status reports and study presentations) •Assist the CoSSaR team on web-based and/or digital-based issues.
High school graduation or equivalent AND two years of experience in the program specialty
•Excellent oral, written and design skills, the ability to communicate clearly and concisely, and to relay information accurately using digital communication methods. •Highly organized, resourceful, and independent; strong ability to prioritize, work efficiently, and maintain attention to detail while handling multiple tasks with minimal supervision. •Proven customer service orientation with demonstrated interpersonal communication skills. •The ability to work with a multidisciplinary team, and collaborate across the Federal, State, Local, Tribal, International, Public, and Private realms. •Positive attitude, willingness to learn, and ability to function cooperatively as a team member. •Ability to exercise good judgment and independently determine appropriate communications and procedures to handle sensitive information with tact, diplomacy, and discretion. •Willingness to actively participate by offering suggestions for improving team efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity. •Experience using digital information sharing tools such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and Zoom. •Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Outlook, and Google Docs.
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