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What will you be doing in this role?
The Coordinator is responsible for planning, coordinating and conducting a variety of outreach activities for the program. Will work closely with the Clinical Program Coordinator to implement and achieve the goals and mission of the program. The Coordinator will ensure the timely completion of work assignments in accordance with established time-lines. In this role you will:
Plan, coordinate, and performs various outreach activities including, but not limited to, vaccine clinics, health screenings, and health fairs.
Serve as a representative of the organization and/or the program to patients, families and community organizations by attending community meetings, making presentations on behalf of program and/or organization and through other community events.
Develop and distribute monthly calendars, newsletters and/or other outreach publications/materials. Work with community and/or education leaders in the distribution of program/organization materials.
Participate in the generation of reports, including program data, dashboards, outreach activities, and community contracts.
In conjunction with leadership and program staff, communicate with community agencies for developing and collaborating in new or existing partnerships.
If conducting outreach activities for vaccine clinics: Conducts patient registration at site, enter relevant patient records into electronic health records, submit accurate patient demographic information to appropriate internal registration/admission staff and schedule appointments and follow-ups.
In collaboration with staff, participate in development and implementation of patient/family health education.
Two years' experience in community health outreach activities.
High School Diploma or GED
Valid California Driver's License
Bilingual Spanish/English preferred
Working Title: Community Outreach Coordinator
Department: Community Health Improvement
Business Entity: Corporate Services
City: Los Angeles
Job Category: Family & Function, Corporate Services
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