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Reports To: Executive Director
The Clinical Coordinator (CC) performs activities to facilitate VACF’s outreach and education, patient navigation and screening activities to community members and clinics, focusing on breast and cervical cancer awareness, prevention, early detection, diagnostic and supportive services. The CC works both independently and collaboratively with the VACF Team and other community partners to ensure the delivery of timely and appropriate screening, diagnostic, referral and patient navigation and implementation of evidence-based interventions.
• Conduct need assessment and provide navigation services to individuals requiring breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services.
• Evaluate progress and effectiveness of navigations services.
• Maintain a comprehensive list of resources for the region, working with the Health Educator to identify and verify contacts for community, medical, social, and public health services, and resources.
• Identify and document navigation success stories.
• Work with clinic providers to increase breast and cervical cancer screening clinic-level rates and/or strengthen the delivery of cancer screening services through implementation of evidence-based interventions (EBIs), including recruiting and orienting providers.
• Provide on-going monitoring, training, and support to providers, including scheduling, conducting, and evaluating provider site visit at PCP physical site using established tools and protocols.
• Identify, and recruit, and train new Medi-Cal providers for collaboration based on community needs assessment utilizing Provider Recruitment and Outreach Plan (PROP).
• Maintain a current list of active provider sites in database.
• Perform other duties as may be required.
• Professional, outgoing personality and excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
• Experience in grassroots and frontline public health and/or community work.
• Basic understanding of available women’s health resources at the county and state level.
• Organized self-starter with strong compassion, flexibility, adaptability and positive attitude.
• Strong analytical skills for problem solving, prioritizing and workload organization.
• Licensed nurse (RN).
• Professional fluency in English (speaking, reading, and writing). Preferred bilingual Spanish or Vietnamese.
• Proficiency in internet search and basic computer skills, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint); being comfortable with learning and using computer and internet technology.
• Ability to work within deadlines and ability to work flexible hours.
• Valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and reliable transportation.
• Ability to travel as needed to perform job duties.
Status: Full-time with benefits DOE, 30-40 hours/week.
Application Process: Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org