Outreach Coordinator - HIV 340B Program
Nationwide Childrens Hospital Inc
Outreach Coordinator - HIV 340B ProgramRequisition ID2020-24314CategoryNursing, Allied Health, OtherOverviewThis is a Full time, Exempt Level benefits eligible role. .and.nbsp; Primarily 8-5, Monday-Friday, occassional evenings or weekends. .and.nbsp; Located on the 5th Floor of the Livingston Avenue Ambulatory Clinic on Livingston Avenue.
It is called "LAC" Previous HIV knowledge preferred. Previous experience working with and educating members of the community preferred but not required. .and.nbsp; $22.15 minimum, compensation based upon experience.
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Responsible for the overall planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of public and professional HIV education services in a multi-county service region defined by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), Columbus Public Health and HRSA. Components of this position include education/training, resource management, regional outreach, professional development, and program development. ResponsibilitiesDevelop and implement HIV education .
and.amp; outreach programs focusing on HIV prevention . and.amp; increased HIV testing specifically in NCH emergency department, Urgent Care, Ambulatory Clinics . and.amp; Community.
Plan, implement and evaluate educational programming and in-service training for consumers, health care providers and professionals. Coordinate and/or co-facilitate outreach sessions and/or activities for community audiences focusing on youth . and.amp; underrepresented population.
Participate as a member of COPHA. Act as a liaison and resource consultant regarding HIV education and its services to the organization and bring information back to the FACES team through Strategic Partnership Meeting. Review professional literature and attend educational venues to continuously advance knowledge in the area of HIV, educational programming and culturally and linguistically competent service delivery.
Maintain involvement in regional, state and national groups and organizations related to academic field of study or professional interests. Participate in the preparative writing and submission of reports and grant proposals in conjunction with the Project Director. Maintain records system and data/statistics on HIV education activities for federal/state/city donor data collection, program evaluation and other reporting requirements.
Support and participate in research and other activities to evaluate, monitor and modify HIV services and programs. Note: Regular, reliable and consistent attendance is an essential job function. Employees are expected to perform work as scheduled.
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