The Department of Pediatrics' Adolescent and Medicine's division is seeking a full time Program Coordinator to coordinate the Title X Program at the Harriet Lane Clinic at Johns Hopkins. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, meticulous to details and deadlines, have prior experience working with young people in Baltimore and work related to family planning/pregnancy prevention. The HLC's Title X Programs provides family planning and sexual and reproductive health care as outlined by Title X national clinical guidelines to clients aged 13-25 who are seeking confidential services or are uninsured or underinsured with the goal to reduce unintended pregnancy among patients served under age 26.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Day-to-day logistical oversight, coordination, and communication with principal investigator.
Work in coordination with Title X director, nurse manager and other key team members to coordinate Title X program at the Harriet Lane Clinic.
Provide education to clinicians on Title X Guidelines / resources.
Provide direct health education with patients related to Title X clinical guideline that is developmentally and culturally appropriate one-on-one counseling for pregnancy prevention, preconception care; & coordinate with health educators in clinic for family planning referral.
Coordinate and educate clinicians' compliance/completion of Title X forms / data elements for purpose of Title X reporting.
Coordinate and manage of Title X/Ahlers database from a clinical and reporting perspective and coordination with EPIC for planned transition to Title X reporting via EPIC.
Order and maintain Title X supplies, and inventory review in coordination with Title X Director, Pharmacy, & financial analyst.
Coordinate and follow-up for abnormal pap smears and positive STD test results.
Coordinate and supervise educational material review with advisory board.
Coordinate and administer satisfaction survey (as outlined by DHMH).
Coordinate and track patients on birth control (e.g., Depo provera) and follow-up / missed visits.
Provide assistance with budget management, site visits, and performance reports at monthly, quarterly and year-end intervals.
Ability to coordinate others with strong organizational skills.
Ability to work in collaboration with multidisciplinary colleagues and other clinic-based staff.
Ability to establish rapport with Baltimore inner city residents including youth.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or graduation equivalent.
Five years progressively responsible related experience.
Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
MPH or MS in relevant field preferred.
Special Knowledge, Skills, & abilities
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
Great attention to detail.
Able to handle sensitive information.
Data collection and entry.
Strong communication and writing skills.
Strong work ethic and ability to work independently.
Resolves problems that arise and/or effectively communicates them to the direct supervisor.
Work cooperatively with others in the center and partnering organizations.
Classified Title: Program Coordinator Role/Level/Range: ATO 37.5/03/OF Starting Hourly Pay Rate Range: $20.40-$28.00-$35.70/ Commensurate with Experience Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 9-5 with occasional weekend and evening hours required Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: School of Medicine Campus Department name: SOM Ped Adolescent Medicine Personnel area: School of Medicine
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