Health Justice Administrator
Posted on Nov 11, 2018 by Georgetown University
Health Justice Administrator - Health Justice Alliance
The Health Justice Administrator will join the Health Justice Alliance , which ls a team of health and medical professionals working together in a service-oriented, academic environment with a number of Georgetown University partners across multiple Georgetown campuses. The primary role of the HJA Administrative Coordinator will be to oversee and administer the HJA programs across GUMC and coordinate with the legal partners at the Law Center and others working with the HJA as necessary. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Serves as the primary contact and support for faculty at the School of Medicine (SOM) and the School of Nursing and Health Studies (NHS) for their HJA educational, clinical, and research work across the GUMC campus and the coordination of that work with the HJA Law Center team.
- Coordinates with the HJA Program Manager on cross-campus activities.
- Facilitates classes, training and educational opportunities for SOM and NHS students, residents, faculty, and staff
- Coordinates SOM and NHS student rotations through the HJA Law Clinic, including the application, selection, scheduling, and evaluation process for those rotation assignments.
- Helps expand training opportunities with MedStar clinicians, residents, and nurses at GUH and across the MedStar system.
- Manages cross·credentialing and cross·campus logistical efforts.
- Works directly with the Student Coordinator(s) for the Health Justice Scholars Track at the SOM.
- Assists HJA (SOM, NHS, GUCCHD & Law) faculty with GUMC meetings; room reservations; advance parking arrangements; food ordering; and postings of announcements.
- Helps HJA Program Manager and Research Director with GUMC related distribution of HJA research surveys/collection of data.
- Acts as first point of contact for HJA faculty administrative needs across GUMC.
- Manages the HJA Medical Director's calendar to ensure effective management of HJS, HJA, teaching and clinical obligations.
- Provides support related to travel as necessary.
- Coordinates GUMC health justice activities as they pertain to HJA efforts with MedStar Georgetown and GUH.
- Budget and grant management for HJA.
- Program support including website maintenance, social media coordination and events coordination.
- 4-year bachelor's degree
- Excellent communication, organizational, and collaborative skills required
- Strong commitment to promoting access to health and social justice and the willingness to take on new roles as the Health Justice Alliance grows are also necessary
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