The Fellows Relations Coordinator will contribute to the IGTD mission by actively managing the logistics and feedback mechanisms of fellows programming. This position will report to the Fellows Relations Segment Lead, and actively work with Clinical Sales Trainers and Medical Education Specialists for the Coronary/ Peripheral Segment.
In this role, you have the opportunity to
actively managing the logistics and success of our Fellows programs.
You are responsible for
Executing pre-program and post-program education program tasks to include building program registration websites, creating hotel RFPs and negotiations, process customer travel requests, BEO coordination with hotels, coordinating AV requirements, contract submissions through compliance, print program material, and compiling of course evaluations and final program reviews.
Managing and executing post-program compliance requirements to include indirect spend reports, payment processing, reimbursements, and reporting requirements.
Evaluating the effectiveness of programs by soliciting internal feedback, summarizing results, and formulating recommendations to determine successes and areas of improvement, which are used to improve subsequent program effectiveness.
Collaborating with internal team members to ensure learning objectives are successfully met to include program proposals, budget management, and project management.
Coordinating with third party vendors to incorporate ideas, goals, and budget and to ensure vendor has clear concept of what is required for the final product/ event.
Developing and maintaining fellows databases and ensures information is complete, up to date, and accurate.
Identifying opportunities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the systems and processes to enhance performance.
Management of attendee and faculty program registration including welcome letters, travel reminders, and final details of the sponsored fellows program.
Managing on-site meeting logistics management.
Reconciling final program budget and cost sheet for Fellows events.
Collaborate with other coordinators and legal team to ensure all fellows programs are in line with compliance guidelines.
You are a part of
Our dynamic training team that is committed to providing excellence in how we deliver, execute and guide the next generation of clinical experts.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years related experience, preferably in the medical device industry and/or combination of education and experience
Strong project management and organization skills; detail oriented; methodical; previous project management experience preferred
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Candidate must have appetite for innovation and continuous learning
Must have proven skills with using Microsoft Office including; PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Sharepoint, and Outlook
Must have the ability to multi-task and prioritize appropriately while working in a fast-paced environment
Experience with database development and maintenance preferred
Ability to organize, multi task, and manage multiple work streams simultaneously
Experience working with outside vendors and services
Ability to develop, track, and deliver metrics to management team
Ability to work in a team environment and work effectively in a matrixed organization
Documented leadership and ability to work with little supervision
Why should you join Philips?
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