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The Division of Women’s Cancers is currently recruiting a Program Coordinator I for the Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) Program. The IBC Program is part of The Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers Breast Oncology Program, a Division of the Department of Medical Oncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI). The PC will work directly with the Director of the IBC Program and other key stakeholders to ensure the future growth and success of the IBC Program.
The IBC Program Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to identify and onboard every Inflammatory breast cancer patient. The PC will introduce patients and their families to the program and any available research opportunities and ensure that patients are connected to needed resources. In addition, the PC will develop and help implement IBC programming in a timely manner. The PC will use feedback and data to track program use and guide future development of the program. The PC must be able to manage communication with patients and their families as well as multi-disciplinary staff, DFCI stakeholders, and the community-at-large. It is expected that the PC take initiative and exercise independent judgment that will support program development and ensure future success. The Program coordinator will incorporate principles of cross-cultural education into program materials and activities.
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The IBC Program Coordinator must have excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Attention to detail is essential. Excellent ability to work independently and balance multiple projects and tasks simultaneously. Strong ability to both work independently and as a member of a team. The PC must be able to communicate with patients and staff effectively, with sensitivity. A strong candidate will be self-directed and have exceptional organizational and problem-solving skills.