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Job Title: Project Coordinator
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Organization: Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND)
Posted: 6/10/2022
Type: Full-Time
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Laramie,  WY    USA
Position Description: JOB PURPOSE:

Coordinates programmatic activities for the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities health related projects including the Wyoming Telehealth Network (WyTN), the health emphasis UW ECHO Networks (UW ECHO), and the Equality State Research Network (ESRN) as directed by the Program Manager. This position is required to collaborate with multiple projects with competing priorities and timelines.


As directed by Program Manager, coordinate activities associated with the Wyoming Telehealth Network, including coordinating trainings, events, and meetings; maintaining and managing the WyTN provider enrollment database; coordinating the implementation, development and distribution of outreach / education materials including (not limited to) educational campaigns. As directed by Program Manager, coordinate activities of the Equality State Research Network, including coordinating the correspondence with network members, researching workgroups, grant recipients and program listserv(s); assisting in the coordination of the ESRN Network Advisory Council and Network meetings; and developing and distributing outreach / education materials. Assist with the coordination of Project ECHO health networks as directed by the Program Manager, including assisting with ECHO networks and sessions, maintaining and managing the health ECHO networks attendance, session materials, planning documents, correspondence with attendees, etc. Collaborate with WIND Information Dissemination Program Manager to develop program content on website, social media platforms and written materials. Assists in the development and implementation of workshops, presentations, and seminars to promote the project, as well as classes and activities based on project materials including consulting with program participants to determine needs, locating materials, and adapting materials to appropriate grade or teaching level. Represent Wyoming, the University, and organization / programs at grant functions, or other meetings and events, which may include reporting on projects, planning collaborations with other project professionals, and evaluating projects. Assist in developing project goals and objectives and revising as necessary; assist in developing and implementing a comprehensive plan for delivery and assessment of meeting project objectives and goals. Assist in developing recruiting and funding strategies; may assist in planning and writing grant proposals; write reports on status of funded projects. Assist in developing project budget recommendations, disseminating funding and monitoring expenses against budget allocations. Supervise project support staff including training, performance evaluations, and providing schedule and hiring recommendations. Consult, as directed, with faculty, counselors, other staff members and the public to assist students and/or program participants associated with the project. SUPPLEMENTAL FUNCTIONS:

May provide academic and/or career advising, as directed, for specific project. May serve as representative for the department on University or division/ college committees, as directed. May perform additional duties of other projects as assigned by the supervisor. COMPETENCIES: Collaboration Developing Organizational Talent Formal Presentation Skills Individual Leadership Judgement Quality Orientation


Education: Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Health Promotion, Social Science or Related or a related field

Experience: 1 year work-related experience

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DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Project management principles, practices, techniques, and tools. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with a wide range of individuals and constituencies. Analyze and solve project related problems. Develop project goals, timelines, funding and budgetary strategies. Work as a team member and foster a cooperative work environment.

Organization Description: The Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) is an academic unit in the College of Health Sciences and a University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD).WIND works to assist individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, professionals, and University of Wyoming students through education, training, community services, and early intervention.

The Wyoming Institute for Disabilities envisions a Wyoming where all people can participate in everyday community life as they choose.


The mission of the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) is to assist individuals with developmental and other disabilities and their families by promoting and supporting full community inclusion, community membership, independence, productivity and social participation. Over the next five years (2017-2022), WIND will strive to improve outcomes for individuals in the areas of health and wellness, education, early intervention, employment and assistive technology.

Closing Date: 9/10/2022
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Contact Name: Tai Baker,  Program Manager
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