Published: 07/10/2024

The Division of Primary Care and Population Health seeks to serve our community through caring, learning, and innovation for the whole person through all stages of live. While engaged in practice and teaching, our faculty are dedicated to establishing new knowledge as the basis for future practice and prevention, and to the greatest extent possible applying that knowledge to improve care for all and reduce health disparities.

Stanford’s Center for Innovation in Global Health envisions a world where everyone lives a healthy life, on a thriving planet. We enable emerging leaders and multidisciplinary researchers to solve global health challenges and improve health equity by providing faculty, staff and students with the resources, knowledge and support needed to create large-scale impact. Leading through research, education, advocacy and community building, our work is focused on three main areas: Human and Planetary Health, Women’s Leadership in Global Health, and Refugees and Vulnerable Populations.

We are pleased to offer an exciting opportunity for candidates with administrative and event planning experience that are interested in joining a collaborative, mission-driven team. The Center for Innovation in Global Health seeks a Global Health Program Coordinator to provide administrative, operational and event planning support to the Center. Duties include high-level scheduling and calendar management, processing financial transactions, booking international travel, supporting external communications, and leading Center operations. The Global Health Program Coordinator will also lead in-person and virtual event and conference planning, including a monthly Global Health Faculty seminar series, an annual Global Health Research Convening, and other regular convenings to build community around global health at Stanford.

Organized, detail-oriented, dynamic, and tech-savvy individuals interested in working in a fast-paced, collegial, impact-oriented team are encouraged to apply. The position reports to the Center’s Executive Director and is hybrid with 2-3 days on-site in Palo Alto.