General Summary: The Project Coordinator provides leadership for the CHAI 2.0 expansion project to promote retention/re-engagement of clients age 60+, by designing and connecting clients to social networking services and an intensified paradigm of support utilizing a modified behavioral intervention: Medical Specialist-Intensive Case Management-Peer Navigator Model. This staff will be responsible for assuring that this Gilead funded project meets the agreed upon scopes, data collection and timely submission of reports. Work closely with the System Program Director, staff of the project as well as CORE Center multidisciplinary team members. This staff will manage day-to-day activities to coordinate and implement the project, including oversight of the case manager and the two patient navigator positions.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
1.Manages the day-to-day project activities to implement and coordinate the CHAI 2.0 project inclusive of identifying 400 clients for enrollment by referrals, review of electronic health records, and utilization of screening tools.
2.Facilitates, recruits for and provides oversight for client quarterly educational workshops and assist project director with facilitating the providers workshops
3.Provides oversight and supervision of task assigned to case manager and peer navigators.
4.Establish and oversee a Consumer Advisory Board comprised of the target population.
5.Coordinates project focused social determinant of health activities and advocacy efforts with community partners
6.Provides oversight of social media and other technology aspects of the project including text messaging, Facebook, and Fitbit health trackers
7.Oversees data collection and data entry; and prepares qualitative summary for monthly and quarterly report of projected measurable outcomes
8.Work with internal/external evaluators for implementations and evaluation of standard models of care; strategies, surveys, and development of data collection tools.
9.Monitors and documents viral load and retention rates of project participants
10.Coordinates weekly/monthly team meetings to provide project updates
11. Coordinates seminars, trainings, and outreach events for the project
12. Completes other duties as assigned by the System Director
Masters’ degree with course work in public health or community health required
Two or more years of HIV/AIDS experience working in a Patient Centered Health Home; including data collections, client enrollment, and submission of project reports
At least two years of project coordination preferred, prior management and program administration experience a strong plus.
Bilingual – Spanish/English is a strong plus
Performs as a team player and demonstrates ability to work with a multicultural, multidisciplinary team
Possess a working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office programs required. Microsoft Office, Access, PowerPoint, Excel, and Google Docs
Stamina and flexibility to perform within a fast-paced work environment
Excellent written and verbal skills, and strong problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
Ability to function autonomously and as a team player
Demonstrated ability to work with and sensitive to issues related to HIV/AIDS, Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgender individuals and persons with substance abuse, mental health or homeless issues.