Project Coordinator for Well-Known Boston Hospital

Project Coordinator for Well-Known Boston Hospital
in Boston, Massachusetts 02110 - US

Job Description

Project Coordinator for Well-Known Boston Hospital

Interested in the healthcare industry? An award winning hospital in Boston is looking for a Project Coordinator to start immediately. This contract-to-hire position is a unique role which entails working on numerous projects, and also helping various departments coordinate mid to large conferences. In addition, the ideal candidate will be responsible for attending weekly and monthly meetings, assisting executives with administrative tasks, and building relationships with local non-profit organizations. This is a great opportunity for a recent college graduate who is looking for the ideal job in the healthcare, non-profit, or education field -
This position requires at least 1 year of office support experience and the ability to multi-task, along with a good phone presence. A college degree is preferred.

To be considered for this position please send updated resumes to:




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