Program Coordinator, Global Hematology/Oncology
Job Title: Program Coordinator, Global Hematology/Oncology
Reports to: Senior Director, Oncology Programs & Operations
Location: Homebased, Europe
Job status: Full-time
Job Summary: This position assists in the day-to-day management of Clinical Care Options’ global independent hematology/oncology independent medical education programs. The position supports the Oncology Business Unit in the development of online, live, and printed programs and performs a wide variety of tasks from educational grant submission to program launch through delivery and post-program administration. This position will be asked to interact and communicate with International (Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East) medical congresses/societies and vendors.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Supporting the Senior Director in maintaining program schedules and ensuring on-time delivery of education program components. Tasks include attending weekly meetings and following through on action items, entering data and monitoring program deliverables, monitoring timelines of vendor deliverables, and solving or escalating problems that occur.
- Assisting the Senior Director in the facilitation of company interdepartmental communications including Strategy, Science, Marketing, Production, Grants, Technology, CME/Compliance, and Finance teams.
- Communication with European and other international medical congresses/societies to assist the CCO Meetings Team arrange meeting spaces and accommodations for satellite symposia and other special events held outside of the United States. Ensure all contracted services are provided as planned.
- Coordinating with Marketing Team on recruitment efforts for live educational programs held outside of the US. Responding to questions, inquiries and providing information to meeting attendees and company staff.
- Communication with and/or obtaining quotes from third party European and other international vendors (printing firms, translators, AV support, transcribers, etc.), negotiating rates and securing contracts/agreements following company protocols.
- Assisting the Senior Director to ensure that all independent educational program components are produced and delivered on time, and compliant. Mastering the use and maintenance of the company’s project tracking system, providing information, preparing status reports, and performing related tasks assigned by the Senior Director.
- Submit educational grants into online portals for potential European and Asian supporters, including but not limited to pharmaceutical, biotech, laboratory, and medical equipment companies
- Working with the Senior Director on financial tasks relating to budget development/reconciliation, forecasting, contract agreements, etc., to ensure that each program is delivered within budget. Reviewing monthly project P&L’s to maintain on-time, within budget status.
Travel: Following local guidelines and restrictions, travel to medical conferences in Europe is required to accomplish the responsibilities of this position.
Skills & Abilities:
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, oral and written
- High energy level; ability to work with a sense of urgency
- Ability to work independently and show initiative
- Skill in organizing and handling diverse tasks under time demands
- Knowledge of financial planning tools and processes (e.g., budgeting)
- Skill in using PC and Windows software (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook)
- Familiarity working with European medical congresses (eg, ESMO, EHA)
- Undergraduate degree
- 2-3 years business experience in project and/or account management
- Knowledge of and skill in managing “program life cycles”
- Skill and ability in budget development, forecasting, and account reconciliation
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