Program Coordinator - PCI
Job Title: Program Coordinator - PCI
FLSA: Hourly “Non-Exempt”- 1.0 FTE (Full- Time)
Department: Outreach (072)
Reports to: Community Outreach Manager
The Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center’s mission is to provide high quality, culturally appropriate healthcare to low-income residents of Washington and Yamhill Counties with a special emphasis on seasonal and migrant farm-workers and others with barriers to receiving health-care.
Job Summary: The PCI Program Coordinator plans and oversees logistic for PCI groups and leads parenting groups with the help of the driver/assistant. This position coordinates intakes and assessments with enrolled families and maintains accurate documentation of the families as to Clinic services provided.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
•Maintain calendar and schedule parenting classes.
•Conduct pre and post meetings with parenting team.
•Coordinate transportation to and from classes.
•Deliver the parenting education curriculum and provide instruction to parents on parenting issues.
•Coordinate speakers and topics for parenting classes.
Provide intakes and assessment in classes to enrolled families.
•Provide information and referral to families in need.
•Provide home visits as needed
•Collaborate with the network of agencies to assure that PCI clients have access to community resources.
•Gather and provide accurate documentation in patient records for communication between providers and parenting program.
•Gather and maintain statistical information on families in parenting program for reporting purpose.
•Assist with preparation of the quarterly and yearly reports to funding agencies.
•Assist Community Outreach Manager with administrative duties, scheduling, and special projects as assigned.
•Work with other members of the outreach staff to provide all outreach function to Center patients
The PCI Program Coordinator will have access to PHI in the course of carrying out his/her duties. The PCI Program Coordinator uses PHI to assess and to provide education to families at risk for child rearing difficulties. Applying the minimum necessary standard of HIPAA, the designated record sets to which this employee will have access include the demographic and scheduling functions of the practice management system, the OB QI summary and the full medical record.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
•Ability to learn and become trained to teach the parenting education curriculum.
•Bilingual/Bicultural - Proficiency in Spanish/English both spoken and written language
•Ability to be flexible; some late night and/or weekends work may be required.
•Proficient with Microsoft office suite.
Education and Experience Required:
•Bachelor degree in a relevant field or four years of experience in early childhood, family education, and/or social services.
•Experience with group facilitation.
•Experience and comfort in home visitations.
•Valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, safe driving record and insurance coverage required