Program Coordinator

The following are examples of job functions for a Program Coordinator that demand some level of proficiency with digital tools, devices, and systems:

  • Handling logistics to ensure programs are operating smoothly and efficiently
  • Promoting programs and services
  • Managing social media profiles and responding to questions online
  • Making changes to program-relevant web pages
  • Maintaining paper or electronic records and documents related to programs and services
  • Purchasing supplies for programs and offices
  • Writing and submitting incremental activity reports and expense claims
  • Developing and managing project plans, budgets, and timelines

Examples of Digital Tools, Devices and Systems for Program Coordinator
  • Microsoft Office Suite (Windows Operating System, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Microsoft Teams, G-Suite, Calendly, and other software applications/online calendars for scheduling
  • Web and mobile work management platforms such as Asana
  • Workflow automation applications like Zapier
  • Apple iWorks or Google Docs for sharing online documents
  • Zoom, WebEx, Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, and similar applications for video conferencing
  • Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, Slack, etc. for communication and correspondence
  • Electronic document management system (eDMS)/online filing system to store, organize, and manage documents in the form of electronic files
  • Using Adobe Acrobat or Photoshop for content creation, creating or editing office newsletters, developing outreach material for the program, official correspondence
  • Social Media platforms, online advertising, and outreach platforms for undertaking online outreach/content promotion
  • Content Management System to create, edit, share, publish, and store digital content such as WordPress, blogs, or web posts
  • Program Management Software such as Teamwork, ProofHub, etc. for coordinated management of all program activities
  • Internet search, data handling, and data processing for undertaking online research
  • Common office equipment such as printers, scanners, fax, etc.