Allied Health - Staff/Administrative, Staff/Administrative
Purpose of Position:
The Clinical Compliance & Contract Coordinator supports the School of Nursing and the School of Allied Health in the College of Health and Human Services. This position will work with healthcare facilities to initiate clinical contracts for the placement of students prior to their clinical rotations. This position will also be responsible for tracking students' progress in completing all clinical compliance requirements prior to beginning their clinical rotations, including monitoring immunizations, drug tests, and background checks.
Primary Responsibilities :
Communicate with healthcare facilities (via email, phone, fax, mail, etc.) for academic programs to develop and sustain clinical agreements
Utilize clinical compliance tracking system (CastleBranch tracking system) to monitor student compliance before and during clinical rotations for specific programs within the School of Nursing and the School of Allied Health.
Maintain and track the clinical contract agreements (InPlace tracking system); including but not limited to; updating, organizing, and renewing contracts regularly or when necessary
Work with the NKU Department of Legal Affairs during clinical agreement process to ensure university compliance
Communicate with students during compliance process and notify them of any issues or concerns
Work with external vendor to obtain COIs (Certificates of Liability Insurance) for students and send to clinical facilities, when requested
Requirements: oBachelor's degree Paralegal, Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or Healthcare Management degrees a plus oMinimum 1+ experience in legal/paralegal, higher education, or healthcare field oBasic skills with Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook). oDetail oriented and highly organized oAbility to stick to tight deadlines and prioritize duties oCapability to prioritize/organize multiple tasks and work streams simultaneously. oEffective interpersonal and communication skills, including with leadership throughout the college and university. oSelf-starter, with ability to consistently follow through on commitments to their successful completion. oRepresent college in a professional manner at all times (via phone calls, emails, in-person, etc.) oMaintain confidentiality of student academic and health records
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Minimum Experience: 1 year
Quick Link: 8112
Internal Number: 8112
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