Take Control Initiative
The Take Control Initiative also offers educational workshops to health care providers, social service workers, as well as people interested in participating in the program.
2017 Annual Report
The TCI Operations Coordinator will report directly to the Project Director of TCI+ but will support the entire staff. The Operations Coordinator will manage the day-to-day operations of the team as well as special event coordination. This new position will require the development of deep knowledge of the field and intimate familiarity with core programs and operations. Special event coordination will include planning, implementation and follow-up for trainings, outreach activities, advisory board events, etc. and will be responsible for coordinating all event logistics. The Operations Coordinator will have a significant role in short-and long-term planning efforts and be knowledgeable in every aspect of the TCI program model.
This role requires overseeing the tracking and managing of supplies, incentives, outreach material and the processing of financial and administrative tasks. With a commitment to continuous improvement, the Operations Coordinator will develop and implement a variety of strategies that meet identified TCI needs in promoting healthy preconception practices and the reduction of unintended pregnancies.
REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS
Experience and Education:
- Bachelor’s degree required in Public Health, Public Administration, Health Education or related field
- Experience developing initiatives and projects with a team
- Experience working in a health setting preferred
- Experience working on a community organizing initiative
- Experience working in a community collaborative effort
Required/ Preferred Skills:
- Proficient in the Microsoft Suite (Office and Google Drive)
- Ability to build relationships and create alignment with staff and individuals from a wide range of perspectives
- Ability to multitask across multiple program platforms
- Develop and maintain event software and databases
- Ability to project plan, track tasks, assess progress, and follow through on the execution of plans
- Creative, system-level problem solving
- Ability to collect, track, verify, analyze, and interpret data
- Strong understanding of local, state and national reproductive health policy
- Maintain and replenish inventory and office supplies
- Assist with preparing documents for meetings, trainings and other meetings
- Assist with securing locations for conferences, trainings and special events
- Goal-focused determination
We want to hear from you if:
- You are passionate about empowering women and teens
- You enjoy working in a collaborative environment and forging new connections
- You are curious, innovative and willing to learn and adapt
- You are looking for an opportunity to grow creatively and professionally
- You are a self starter, capable of working on a team and independently
Take Control Initiative is a partner organization fiscally sponsored by the Tulsa Community Foundation (TCF). Take Control Initiative & Tulsa Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other basis made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws or regulations. We are an e-verify employer.
If you have a difficulty applying for any job posted on Tulsa Community Foundation’s website because a disability prevents you from using the online system, Tulsa Community Foundation offers the following alternate application procedure: Contact Human Resources at 918-494-8823, and TCF will arrange for an alternate method of applying and will consider your application together with all other applications received for the job. Please call only for such application assistance.