The role of the Flu Program Coordinator is to coordinate the activities, schedule staff and clinics, and provide administrative support to the Community Flu Clinics for CHANS. Flu Program Coordinator is an administrative support position that works under the direction of the Clinical Nurse Specialist. The Flu program coordinator will work variable hours during the year depending on flu clinic activities. Flu Coordinator is expected to perform all customer service responsibilities that may occur outside of the regular office hours. CHANS will provide a cell phone for the purposes of these responsibilities.
Hours vary and may include some weekends and evenings. Generally works 16-20 hours per week during peak flu clinic months (November-January), and 8 hours per week during non-peak months (May- October).
The responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Responsible for all aspects of vaccine management including:
Communication and Relationships
High School or equivalent degree required; Bachelor's or undergraduate degree preferred
Organizational and time management skills
Microsoft Word and Excel experience
Previous Community Health Experience preferred
Previous experience project management experience preferred