Job Title: Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator, Hep C and Drug User Health is responsible for assisting with the coordination of activities of the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute Clinical Education Initiative (CEI) Hep C and Drug User Health grant under the guidance of the Director of Hep C and Drug User Health Education and Training. This position will also coordinate ongoing systems analysis and performs data entry and support for quality assurance programs, funders and site visits for the Coming Home Program. This is a Part-Time Position.
- Assists in scheduling and coordinating faculty trainings and presentations
- Conducts data entry, outreach, program marketing, and coordination of grant related training events which include conference, workshops, and clinical training events that occur at both on and off-site locations.
- Assists with coordination of webinars and tele-mentoring activities for remote providers
- Assists with marketing grant related education and training conference in onsite and offsite locations
- Assists with developing continuing medical education course applications
- Assists with processing training and conference expenses
- Assists with coordination of clinical mini residencies/preceptorships
- Assists with the coordination of site specific Hepatitis C and Drug User Health training events
- Coordinates patient education and training activities as needed
- Assists with coordination of intern activities
- Assists with other Hepatitis C and Drug User Health related grants as needed
- Collaborates with the HIV/AIDS Education and Training team Assists with the clinical education line
- Attend grant required meetings and forums
- Assists in the development of specific topic-area activities, as determined by needs assessment and general research on population
- Assists in the development and production of videos and podcasts
- Utilizes the various patient information systems to enter requisite program data
- Prepares and distributes various reports to internal recipients.
- Communicates data platform challenges to supervisor as appropriate and follows up until issues are rectified.
- Enters and cleans program data.
- Participates in grantor conference calls, as appropriate.
- Tracks performance in alignment with program deliverables.
- Prints and compiles program documentation in preparation for site visits.
- Scans documents into the Electronic Medical Record
- Other relevant duties as assigned.
- Bachelors Degree in Public Health or other related degree with a working knowledge of Hepatitis C and Drug User Health.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health or Related Field Preferred
- Computer competency in MS Word, Excel, Access, and webinar platforms preferred. Skills in social media preferred.
- The ideal candidate will have experience working in Hepatitis C/Drug User Health programs and/or curriculum development experience.
- The candidate should have experience in data entry collection for the purposes of evaluation and research.
- The candidate should demonstrate a high level of organization, flexibility, cultural sensitivity, and excellent communication skills.
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