One Mind Job Opening: Mental Health at Work Index™ Program Coordinator

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Position Description

The Mental Health at Work Index™ Program Coordinator (Program Coordinator) will support all activities related to the Mental Health at Work Index™ (Index) program. This role is pivotal to the success of the Index, ensuring coordination among the partners (One Mind at Work, Columbia University and Ethisphere) and Index clients. Reporting to the Executive Director of One Mind at Work (Executive Director), the Program Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring a smooth and timely end-to-end journey for the Index clients, and in this capacity will be a primary point of contact for recurring interactions with the Index. The Program Coordinator will also participate in the development and implementation of systems and processes to drive efficiency, transparency, and value. This role will be responsible for developing and maintaining a variety of reports, including executive, engagement, and project management reporting. The Program Coordinator will support and balance these critical activities during a period of rapid organizational growth and transformation.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develops and maintains Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the Index program
  • Serves as critical point of contact with Index clients: distributes completed reports to clients and answers support related questions
  • Responsible for scheduling all meetings with clients, including but not limited to the Expert Review Calls (ERCs), Independent Evaluations, and Workshops
  • Serves as the primary reporter on client calls
  • Maintains the Index team calendar and is responsible for scheduling a majority of Index team meetings
  • Solicits input from leadership team and prepares agendas for Index team and Founding Corporate Council (FCC) meetings, takes minutes, and coordinates follow-up 
  • Produces monthly and annual reports for the Founding Corporate Council
  • Develops and maintains project management tracking for the Index team and the FCC
  • Maintains Index Brand and FCC logos
  • Responsible for the Index “Info” email box
  • Supports the coordination of the development and refinement of collateral (presentations, case studies, email notifications) with input and engagement from the Comms++ Committee and the Resource team


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Minimum two years of project coordination or management experience
  • Familiarity with mental health + mental health research ecosystem preferred
  • Skills + characteristics required:
    • Outstanding relationship building and internal + external collaboration skills
    • Self-motivated and willingness to drive initiatives forward independently
    • Detail-oriented, organized and results-driven; exceptional at creating process and structure
    • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Passion for creating positive impact in workplace mental health
    • Flexible with a willingness to work at an organization during a critical stage of growth & scale
  • Permanent remote position with occasional travel, including to participate in quarterly strategy meetings in New York or California

Compensation Package

Base Salary: $65,000-$75,000 annually

Annual Bonus: Target to be set based on mutually agreed upon goals

Additional Benefits

  • Unlimited PTO and 10 Paid Holidays
  • Paid sick leave and parental leave
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401(k) with matching contribution

About One Mind

One Mind was founded by the Staglin Family to accelerate science for better mental health diagnoses and cures, to translate outcomes for patients, and to impact society by reducing stigma and discrimination for all with a brain health/mental illness. Today One Mind is recognized as a global leader that has raised over $500 million and driven fundamental advances in research and advocacy. Supported by an active Board of 15 dedicated members and a 10-person Scientific Advisory Board of the world’s top neuroscientists, One Mind has set the ambitious vision of accelerating brain health for all. 

About One Mind at Work

One Mind at Work is a movement of business leaders driving change in global workplaces committed to improving psychological safety and thriving. Our goal is to help our members build mentally healthy cultures, improve the design of their workplaces to benefit individuals and teams, grow access to mental health services and support, and engage in innovation. 

About the Mental Health at Work Index™

One Mind at Work, Columbia University and Ethisphere have come together to develop the Mental Health at Work Index™, a resource that helps organizations measure and improve their workforce mental health programs. By completing The Mental Health at Work Index™, organizations can benchmark their programs and services, and use the personalized reports generated to help develop high-quality services and offerings that will translate into real impact. Aligned with global guidance and standards, including International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Sustainability Accounting Standards Board, and the recently released World Health Organization guidelines, the Index guides leaders through an algorithm-driven library of resources and practical recommendations. These resources and evidence-based recommendations provide business leaders with real data to inform strategic decision making about what has impact when it comes to improving and innovating mental health programs at work.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume as one PDF to Christina McCarthy, Executive Director of One Mind at Work, at