Program Coordinator

  • Boston Children's Hospital
  • 02115
Full time Admin-Clerical Health Care

Job Description

This position will be responsible for:
Assisting in all aspects of event planning & coordination
Developing event communications & promotion plans and help to execute accordingly
Liaison with all relevant stakeholders and vendors to ensure coordination
Tracking all relevant conferences & speaking/submission opportunities
Helping with survey tool management & develop surveys to support key initiatives
Surveying IDHA conference attendees/speakers to gauge value
Surveying event attendees to garner feedback
Tracking attendee list and integrate distribution lists for future promotion
Documenting IDHA events through photography and video
Developing marketing content (blogs, articles, etc.) about IDHA initiatives and projects
Assisting with the ongoing evolution of and updates to the IDHA marketing calendar, IDHA website, and The Innovators Roadmap
Identifying marketing opportunities regarding the initiatives/activities in the marketing calendar & help drive these opportunities forward
Tracking, analyzing, and reporting on IDHA PR metrics
Helping develop IDHA newsletter and drive other internal marketing efforts (e.g. intranet)
Identifying opportunities and submit relevant parties for high-priority awards
Managing Salesforce for IDHA
To qualify, you must: 
Have Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, communications, or related field
Have 1-2 years of communications/marketing/event planning experience
Be familiar with a variety of marketing vehicles & marketing analytics tools
Have ability to multi-task and drive multiple projects forward simultaneously
Be detail-oriented and organized, with proven experience working across teams to drive projects to completion, on schedule and on strategy
Be communicative, flexible and comfortable, both taking the initiative to lead and acting as copilot
 
Through the creation of the Innovation and Digital Health Accelerator, Boston Children’s reinforces a commitment to, and investment in pediatric innovation. We are a fifty-person team combining our data, clinical expertise, and health care technology development experience, with leading worldwide industry partners – including start-ups – to transform health care. We work to surface, support and accelerate Boston Children’s innovations for the purpose of improving pediatric care Until Every Child is Well. In the first two years of startup acceleration, we have launched four companies, with venture funding in excess of $13 million.  Today, there is a new level of investment and urgency behind accelerating innovations and expanding our reach globally.


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