POSITION SUMMARY & FUNCTIONS:
The Clinical Program Coordinator is an essential member of The Community Health Center Association of Connecticut’s (“CHCACT’s”) Clinical Quality Team, comprised of the Chief Quality Officer, Sr. Director of Clinical Programs, Sr. Program Manager and Program Managers. Together this team is responsible for CHCACT’s Clinical & Quality programs.
This position supports the Clinical Quality Programs Team in managing the day-to-day programmatic administrative activities and through assisting with administration of project deliverables included but not limited to: contracts, monitoring and procurement of reports as required by programs and other grants. This position reports to the Sr. Program Manager and involves continuous engagement in a wide range of programmatic activities including the development and monitoring of projects as required by program’s contract guidelines.
- Collect, analyze and monitor program data and reporting to ensure deliverables of programs are met.
- Monitor expenditures and maintain documentation of budget/program revisions, and program and financial expenditures.
- Facilitate the development and administration of contracts as they pertain to clinical and quality programming and projects.
- Coordinate meetings and trainings in support of clinical and quality programs and projects along with subcontractors in accordance with contract guidelines.
- Sustain Federally Qualified Health Center (“FQHC”) subcontractor, program, partner, and vendor relationships as a representative of the agency.
- Provide administrative support to the Clinical Program & Quality department.
- Disseminate information and serve as point of contact for programmatic questions.
- Assist with the development of grant applications to various funding agencies.
- Perform any other department or agency related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Demonstrated proficiency in using computer systems, software (particularly MS Office Suite) products and related office equipment.
- Ability to compile, categorize, calculate, tabulate, audit, or verify information or data as well as document/record information.
- Ability to work independently and in a team environment, contributing to the achievement of organization’s objectives and frequently changing environment.
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task, manage work schedules and prioritize tasks
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills.
- Must be able to communicate well with all individuals within various funding agencies, FQHC’s and/or community partners, and with the public via email, telephone, and in person.
- Must have above average computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite: Excel, Word, One Note, and PowerPoint.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Associates degree, preferably in health-related field. Bachelor’s degree, preferred. Experience working in a non-profit, community health, or public health setting.
PHYSICAL AND VISUAL REQUIREMENTS:
While performing the duties of this job, the individual is regularly required to use computers and office equipment, manipulate documents and move about the office. Significant time is spent viewing computer screens. The employee may occasionally move materials up to 20 pounds.
The position requires the ability to read and interpret and communicate information in English.
The incumbent regularly performs work in an office environment. Travel may be required for meetings and site visits to FQHCs.
How to Apply
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Luci Goodwin at email@example.com or facsimile at 203.250.0040.