- Job Title: Program Coordinator
- Job ID: 456802
- Location: James Cancer Hospital/CCC
- Department: Comprehensive Oncology Care
- Full/Part Time: Full-Time
- Regular/Temporary: Regular
- Shift: Day
- FTE %: 100
- Salary Range Min: $15.51
- Salary Range Max: $24.43
Program Coordinator (Job Opening 456802) - The Music Program Coordinator for the hospital is responsible for creating a welcoming and ambient music environment that will help mitigate discomfort, stress, and anxiety for cancer patients and their visitors during their stay at The James and Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center (SSCBC) and other inpatient/ambulatory locations. The Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating live music performances at The James, SSCBC and other inpatient/ambulatory locations for the Heather Pick Memorial Concert Series and MusicCare program volunteers, performances, and schedules. Coordinator will manage the various performance locations throughout The James sites as well as all communication with internal and external stakeholders of the program(s). The Coordinator will work directly with Event Technologies to ensure quality streaming of performances is achieved and IPTV channel content is maintained with up to date information. The Coordinator will complete all reporting requirements needed for interval reporting to donors through The James Development Office. The Music Program Coordinator is responsible for scheduling and managing volunteers of the music programs. They will work closely with Patient Experience Volunteer Services to ensure that all James volunteer have met initial and annual renewal requirements. This position will manage the administrative needs and program coordination for the music programs within all hospital sites, including the Heather Pick Memorial Music Concert Series and MusicCare programs. The Music Program Coordinator is responsible for maintaining rosters of high-quality volunteer musicians and other highly talented performers. The Coordinator will also maintain music materials and resources that support a broad and varied collection technically astute music and performance skills. The department typically operates Monday through Friday evenings and weekends; hour will vary.
Education and experience
Bachelor's degree required. Preferred understanding of live music performance and production, working knowledge of music and video production technologies (i.e. camera technology, mixer boards, microphones and other PA systems attributes). Strong program development and project management skills; self-directed and detail-oriented; demonstrated experience in project implementation and evaluation; excellent written and oral communication skills required. Comfortable with community outreach and recruitment. Sensitivity to and understanding of the continuous and supportive care needs of the patient/family with cancer.