The driver will operate and drive a Mobile Health Unit (MHU) van for the Immigrant Health and Cancer Disparities (IHCD) Service. They will provide efficient, safe transportation and delivery of anyone or more of the following: people, equipment and supplies to scheduled sites for events to attend populations served by the MHU and other MSK locations including MSK regional sites.
The driver will assist in each outreach event by setting up the event, greeting participants, providing basic information and assisting with participant flow. May be responsible for completing other transportation and vehicle related responsibilities as assigned. May be responsible for site-specific maintenance of the vehicle.
Operate and drive the MHU to scheduled sites for single-day events inside and outside the metropolitan area of NY.
Provide efficient, safe transportation and delivery of one or more of the following: staff, physicians, supplies, specimens, equipment, pharmacy materials, CPD instruments, educational materials, PPE and patient records between MSK locations or other locations as needed.
Retrieve and return the MSK vehicle to/from designated area on scheduled work day.
Adhere to all rules and regulations for transporting items depending on regulatory requirements and ensures regulatory documents are completed and signed (i.e. chain of custody, cleaning, bill of lading).
Provide outstanding customer service
Perform Messenger responsibilities
Follow vehicle operation and maintenance process
Spanish proficiency required
High School Diploma or GED with 2 years of experience driving for a major company or organization.
Commercial Drivers license (preferred)
Defensive Driving Training (preferred)
Updates Medical Examiners Certification (preferred)
Knowledge of basic internet
Bilingual, fluent in spanish
Full time, must be Flexible
Internal Number: 2021-49986
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