Vista Community Clinic
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Clinical Programs Coordinator
at Vista Community Clinic
- Req No.
- Regular Full-Time
- 40 hours/week (M-F 8am-5pm)
Vista Community Clinic is a private, non-profit multi-specialty outpatient clinic. Providing care in a comprehensive, high quality setting. Located in San Diego, Orange and Riverside counties, we work to advance community health and hope by providing access to premier health services. We are looking for dedicated, motivated, enthusiastic team players who want to serve our population. We offer competitive compensation and benefits program which includes health, dental, vision, company-paid life, flexible spending accounts and a 403(B) plan, for eligible employees. VCC is an equal opportunity employer.
Responsible for oversight and delivery of clinical program grants including concept development, initiation, implementation and close-out. Identify, involve, and collaborate with key clinical staff in all phases. Direct and lead assigned staff. Supervise all aspects of program operations, formulate and manage budget(s), and define the scope of work.
- Oversee completion of program objectives and deliverables for all assigned clinical programs, including direct patient care services as assigned
- Responsible for oversight, development of programs, implementation and completion of evaluation process
- Responsible for administration and implementation of project work plans and budgets
- Responsible for budget tracking/fiscal accounting and assuring that program expenses are allowable within contract terms
Develop strategies to integrate clinical programs within the clinic’s operations. Work with the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operations Officer to pursue new program opportunities
Coordinate with multiple clinic staff to ensure grant requirements (e.g. expenditures, payroll allocations, time sheets, data collection, etc.) are completed.
- Bachelor’s degree in public health or related field
- Five years minimum related experience
- Valid California driver’s license, current vehicle insurance, and reliable transportation
- Master's degree in public health, or related field, with two years of related experience
- Bilingual English/Spanish
- Proficient with Microsoft Office products and computers
- Knowledge of available local community resources and government, community health centers, public assistance programs and state/federal regulations
- Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends as required