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Administrative Coordinator Job

Job Number: RIH17140

Job Title: Administrative Coordinator

Department: Div General Internal Medicine - 1014009

Facility: Rhode Island Hospital

Location: Providence, RI

Skills normally obtained through the completion of formal education, College Degree preferred.


Three to five years of progressively more responsible administrative skills to acquire experience-based knowledge of support functions, ability to effectively coordinate an efficient workflow, a high level of organizational skills, exercise judgement and to attain effective interpersonal/communication skills. Supervisory experience in a medical academic environment.

Possess excellent interpersonal skills and has the ability to exercise a high degree of initiative, judgment, and discretion and to work effectively and collaboratively. Organizes work to achieve goals and meet deadlines as well as objectives with minimum supervision. Demonstrated computer proficiency in Microsoft Office. Effective written and oral communication skills. Ability to perform analysis of numerical data involving spreadsheet creation and numerical calculation. Display innovative and creative problem solving ability.

Under general supervision, provides administrative and management support to the Director, Division of General Internal Medicine. Serves as primary liaison between the Director and hospital administration, GIM research, clinical practice, Brown Medical School and the Brown affiliated hospitals. Coordinates general division operations including but not limited to: budget oversight, personnel/payroll matters, faculty credentialing, support of academic programs including research, residency programs, teaching activities and scheduling. Performs Brown Medical School related responsibilities such as coordinating meetings/conferences and processing faculty appointments. Assumes assigned administrative tasks for staff and ensures effective communication and compliance to policies and procedures for hospital, department and the General Internal Medicine Division.