The SART Coordinator will coordinate on call schedule and activities for the SART Teams: perform SAFE duties (medical-legal examination for sexual assault victims according to the DOH protocol); and serve as a consultant as needed. The Coordinator will be responsible to report to the SART Medical Director.
-Oversee the operation of the SART Program for both Elmhurst and Queens Hospital Center.
-Ensure SART coverage 24/7 through scheduling qualified SART members.
-Provide SAFE exams as needed.
-Create monthly on-call schedules by coordinating the availability of SART members.
-Schedule and conduct monthly meetings with SART staff to discuss program issues (Indicators, treatment, follow up, PI reports, etc.).
-Monitor facility’s compliance as Sexual Assault Center of Excellence/annual SAFE competencies.
-Participate and organize SART trainings, seminars, lectures, and conferences.
-Collaborate and consult with the District Attorney’s Office, DOH, and Criminal Justice Department, Bronx Borough office, Law enforcement, and other local, city, and regional agencies.
-Coordinate training, certification, and credentialing of SART members.
-Provide SART in-service to emergency department and hospital staff.
-Prepare policies, procedures, schedules, payroll and statistical reports for SART, Mayor’s office, DOH, and Criminal Justice Department.
-Provide expert witness testimony.
-Collect and analyze data for trends/patterns and benchmarks.
-Must hold a license as a physician assistant or nurse practitioner with a Masters’ degree.
-Certified NYS Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE).
-Successfully completed a 40 hour New York State Department of Health SART Training Course.
-Demonstrated competency in performance in the sexual assault forensic examination via completion of a preceptorship.
-Continues to complete annual competency assessments.
Mount Sinai Health System is an equal opportunity employer. We promote
recognition and respect for individual and cultural differences, and we work to
make our employees feel valued and appreciated, whatever their race, gender,
background, or sexual orientation.