Womens Heart Center Program Coordinator - Montgomery - Full Time - Days

Job Description

In this role, the Women's Heart Center (WHC) Program Coordinator will assist with the overall operations of the WHC programs and will work closely with the Manager and Medical Director to coordinate and oversee programs including, but not limited to clinical, research, education, and community outreach. The Program Coordinator will also assist with the execution of short- and long-term goals for development of the WHC, cultivate the existing referral base while establishing new referral lines and center promotion, assist in the planning and execution of educational and community outreach events, track clinical data, and participate in registry processes to drive improvements in cardiovascular care and outcomes.


Alignment with WHC Strategic Plan:

• Contribute to the growth and development of the WHC pillars: Clinical Care, Research, Education, Community Outreach and Philanthropy.

• Implement and monitor WHC initiatives congruent with the mission and vision of WHC.

Data Analysis:

• Primary contributor to department's research strategy by driving data generation and analysis for cardiac care and outcomes.

• Works closely and collaboratively with WHC team and Epic team for data collection and reporting, as well as completion of annual questionnaires.

• Track WHC patient data and program volumes; oversee data completeness, accuracy & quality; run reports as needed to facilitate programming decisions.

Program Planning:

• Plan and execute WHC events at the discretion of the Program Director and Program Manager

• Implements programs changes to ensure continuity of care as patient or physician needs change


• Assist in periodic training and onboarding of WHC student volunteer



EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree required (preferably a science-based major), Master's preferred

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: Prior program coordinator or assistant experience highly preferred. 2-3 years of experience, or educational equivalent, working as part of an interdisciplinary team. Prior experience in cardiology, healthcare and/or program operations highly preferred.


High level of organizational skills

Ability to function independently

Strong (written and verbal) communication, problem solving, and critical thinking skill

Capable of collecting and analyzing data, recognizing opportunities for improvement, and formulating / implementing plans for change

Ability to collaborate and develop positive relationships with physicians and coworker

Ability to adapt various technologies and a rapidly changing environment

Proficiency in Microsoft applications (i.e., Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint)


ACRP-Association of Clinical Research Professionals/SoCRA-Society of Clinical Research Associates certification (or equivalent) preferred

Other Credentials Required or Preferred: NONE