The Project Coordinator works with the Executive Director and staff to support all aspects of the Consortium’s policy and advocacy, community outreach, patient enrollment, work force, and data analysis work. The Project Coordinator will play a key role in representing our member clinics in a variety of local coalitions, leading the Consortium’s workforce development activities, and supporting opportunities for our member clinics to engage in implementation of federal, state and local healthcare reform efforts. The successful candidate will have excellent written and oral communication skills, a self-starting work ethic, and a strong commitment to the health and well-being of every member of our community, especially low-income people of color. Experience applying for and reporting on grants favorably considered. The successful candidate will also have familiarity with Consortium programs and activities described on our website (www.clinicconsortium.org).
- Support the collection and analysis of local healthcare data, from multiple healthcare systems, to validate potential impacts of newly implemented programs.
- Direct Consortium’s East Bay AHEC activities in both counties in order to increase opportunities for health professions education, internships, and pipeline programs for public health and clinical students of all ages.
- Facilitate and participate in coalitions of diverse stakeholders to support health center workforce development efforts.
- Identify opportunities to strengthen and expand workforce development resources/support provided to member health centers.
- Support the provision of training and technical assistance provided to member health centers and relevant community partners, including the provision of trainings on navigating the local health system.
- Represent and advocate for our member clinics and their patient populations at a wide variety of state and local coalitions (including frequent travel throughout both Contra Costa and Solano Counties, and some out-of-town travel).
- Establish and maintain excellent working relationships with staff at member clinics, county health departments, and partner organizations.
- Provide support with identify and cultivating new funding opportunities that advance the Consortium’s mission, strategic objectives, and overall organizational impact.
- Provide support with grant management, including monitoring progress of grants, providing updates at staff meetings, supporting submission of reports, and supporting development of applications
- Other projects as assigned