Health Careers Program Coordinator
Little River, SC
Essential Job Responsibilities/Expectations:
1. Job responsibilities include those listed in the competencies document.
2. Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
3. Identifies culturally diverse high school and college students who have an interest in healthcare careers.
4. Designs, identifies, and implements effective programs to attract and recruit minority and/or disadvantaged students to careers in the health professions.
5. Facilitates programs and activities that promote student awareness and understanding of various healthcare options including Career Fairs and Career Awareness Presentations.
6. Identifies and collaborates with community partners who will enhance McLeod’s Health Careers Program mission and provide opportunities for students to learn about healthcare careers.
7. Monitors the effectiveness of Health Career Program to ensure quality through activity and program evaluations.
8. Interacts and communicates with various individuals and groups such as Health Careers Program Council, students, parents, academic faculty, healthcare practitioners, advisory groups, vendors, personnel at community/civic/professional organization, and the public.
9. Maintains service area database regarding program activity and outcomes.
10. Compiles, tracks, and evaluates data pertaining to minority and/or disadvantaged students entering the health care field.
11. Markets Health Career Program services through community partnership meetings, website updates, article circulation, and presentations.
12. Coordinates workforce pipeline strategies for baccalaureate and high school students employing the usage of shadow and internship experiences.
13. Partners with affiliated school districts to provide McLeod Health High School Health Careers course.
At least two years of experience in health-related field, clinical experience. Equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be accepted in lieu of post-graduate degree.
Must possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license. Must be certified to teach in the state of SC.Bachelor’s degree in education, Administration, or Health SciencesStrong software and hardware computer skills, scheduling, organizing, as well as analysis and evaluation techniques. Problem solving and negotiation skills. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Clerical skills with emphasis in resource management.
Little River, SC, United States