Project Coordinator

  • Princeton IT Services
  • New York, NY, USA
  • Nov 19, 2020
Full time Healthcare Nurse Pharmaceutical

Job Description

We are conducting search for a Project Coordinator for one of our clients. This will be an on-site position based in New York, NY.

Position: Project Coordinator

Location: New York, NY

Position Type: W-2

Job Length: 25 hours per week, 6 months

The Project Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Geriatric Mental Health as well as with project staff (Senior Director of Research for the developmental phase of the program, Director of Elderly Crime Victims Resource Center) and stakeholders throughout the project to ensure the achievement of the program goal, quality service delivery, and completion of project deliverables.


  • Oversee and manage the day-to-day project operations
  • Coordinate with Elderly Crime Victims Resource Center (ECVRC)
  • Develop a data tracking system
  • Conduct outreach to develop a referral base in conjunction with DFTA Elder Justice unit
  • Coordinate with grant subcontractor and DFTA Research unit
  • Coordinate and convene monthly meetings with all project partners and organize case conferences
  • Collect Office of Victim Services required data and submit progress and financial reports
  • Supervise technology specialist(s) assigned to project
  • Conduct with program evaluation by collecting data, analyzing and reporting client outcomes
  • Assist with reports as mandated by the Department of Justice
  • Meet weekly with DFTA Director of Geriatric Mental Health Initiatives and Senior Director of Research
  • Coordinate biweekly project team meetings (weekly if needed by project demands)


  • A master's degree in a mental health discipline, or a license in a mental health discipline (i.e., Licensed Master of Social Work)
  • Experience in aging, elder abuse services, and/or mental health
  • Experience managing grant projects or working in a coordinator role
  • Must have a computer, access to the internet, and be proficient with data management systems for grants and use of excel
  • Ability to work independently
  • Leadership skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with attention to detail
  • Critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills, project management skills
  • Demonstrated skills in building and cultivating community and client relationships
  • Bilingual Spanish speaking

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