Associate Outreach Coordinator (WTC)

Medicine-Pulmy+CCM Division (S594) NYU School of Medicine - New York, NY (30+ days ago)4.1


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Position Summary:
We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Associate Outreach Coordinator (WTC).

The New York University School of Medicine World Trade Center Health Program Clinical Center of Excellence (NYU CCE) provides medical monitoring examinations and treatment to rescue, recovery and clean-up workers who worked following the 9/11/01 attacks on the World Trade Center. The program serves a multi-cultural, multi-lingual diverse population working in a variety of occupations.

Bellevue/NYU Occupational & Environmental Medicine Clinic (BNOEMC) is a comprehensive occupational health program dedicated to improving health in the workplace through early recognition, accurate diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment and prevention of work-related diseases. The primary mission of the clinic is to provide comprehensive clinical and preventive occupational medicine services accessible to all, including low-income workers who may be at high risk for work-related diseases.

Job description:
The full-time Associate Outreach Coordinator will assist the Clinical Coordinator in all aspects of outreach and retention for NYU CCE and BNOEMC members).

Job Responsibilities:
Develop, implement and evaluate recruitment and retention activities for the various first responder group populations. Creates outreach strategies designed to recruit difficult to engage rescue, responder and clean-up workers. Develops retention activities to help maintain and sustain program involvement, such as facilitating member orientation groups, educating potential and existing program members about the medical, mental health and social service benefits of the program.
Conduct activities for communicating with potential members about the benefits of enrollment in the program. Establishes relationships with trade and law enforcement unions and community-based organizations. Attends and campaigns at different venues, such as Health fairs, union meetings, civic organizations, churches and community centers to raise awareness about the program, and its available services. Collaborates the effort with other WTCHP Clinical Centers of Excellence
Establishes written outreach and retention materials including flyers and brochures, newsletters and educational fact sheets.
Asssist member services coordinator in planning outreach and retention events to encourage patient registration and program participation, such as developing a health and wellness day for patients.

Minimum Qualifications:
Experience with unions or community-based campaigns.
Familiarity with occupational health/or public health programs
Strong organizational skills and multitasking abilities.
Ability to speak Spanish a plus
Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelors Degree
Minimum Experience: 0-2 years in related field.

Preferred Qualifications:
None.

Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.

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