Hospital Morale Program Coordinator, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center Arts & Humanities Program - Georgetown University Medical Center
The Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center Arts & Humanities Program promotes an optimum life experience for patients, family members, and caregivers with activities, resources, education, and environments that encourage a creative and constructive response to illness. The arts in all forms are introduced as tools for coping through self-expression. Performances, workshops, exhibitions, environmental enhancements and education programs engage the entire Lombardi communities in creative activities that help transcend illness concerns.
The Hospital Morale Program Coordinator oversees the development of programs for support staff that enhance the quality of life with the goal of improving patient care, staff satisfaction and retention. S/he acts as interface between the Program and the Medical Center Community to advocate, educate, schedule and assess hospital morale programs; completes all paperwork for processing independents contractor applications and payments; and meets with department heads to adapt programs to the needs of each group. Reporting the Director of the Arts and Humanities Program, the Program Coordinator has duties that include but are not limited to:
- Coordinates schedule and activities for roughly 15 artists.
- Coordinates and schedules activities for 2 GU undergraduate volunteer groups.
- Coordinates and schedules activities for interns.
- Assists in the creation and development of hospital-wide seminars, events, exhibitions and special projects.
- Develops marketing materials.
- Creates and manages social media.
- Photographs and gathers data related to each event.
- Assists in the development of fundraising and stewardship materials and reports.
- Compiles photographs and documentation.
- Organizes and edits materials.
- Develops and manages social media accounts and communication.
- Creates content.
- Posts information, illustrations, updates, and when appropriate, responses.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college for university
- 2 years - preferably 4 years - of work experience - preferably in the arts and hospitality industries - and specifically in arts and healthcare administration and/or wellness initiatives
- Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Java & Adobe Photoshop
- Facility in the creation and maintenance of social media including, Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, and other internet applications
- Preference for advanced knowledge of an art form such as music, dance, visual art or expressive writing
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