Job Description

Job Title: Program Coordinator, Phys Ops
Job ID: 50090583
Status: Part-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Hours:
Shift: Day Job
Facility: UPMC Shadyside
Department: Shea Medical Cntr(Mau)
Location: 5230 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15232

Description

UPMC has an exciting opportunity for a Program Coordinator, Phys Ops position located in the Shea Medical Center in Shadyside.  This is a part-time position working 20hrs. per week and must be flexible. Position will require working in 2 locations, Shadyside and Montefiore Hospital.


The Program Coordinator will support the Adult Down Syndrome Center by managing all facets of the center. This is a new position as the Down Syndrome Center of Western PA continues to expand services. The ideal candidate will have experience working with adults with Down syndrome or other different abilities..


Must be able to provide educational strategies and patient care to families, parents, and caregivers in all domains. Coordinate appointments for families and other departments within the hospital, monitor budgets, and work collaboratively with the physicians. Facilitate presentations in the community for parent groups, school districts, University of Pittsburgh graduate programs.

Responsibilities:

  • Responds to patient calls and referrals to conduct intake of new patients.
  • Provides follow-up clinical support services for families, including tracking and reporting of lab results.
  • Maintains database for patient demographic information.
  • Board member for Down Syndrome Group of WPA.
  • Provides clinical Family Support services for all DS adult patients (other sites).
  • Maintains medical records for DS patients.
  • Supervises work study students regarding pulling of charts and filing.
  • Provides clinical Family Support services for all DS child patients.
  • Monitors administration of program including ordering of supplies, etc.
  • Interfaces with CHP foundation to support development of DS program.
  • Schedules patients.
  • Maintains schedule for DS providers.
  • Supervises work study student to send out intake/parent/professional information packets.
  • Interfaces with patients, staff, faculty and community to provide education regarding issues related to the healthcare of individuals with DS.
  • Develops and monitors implementation of budget.
  • Coordinator pilot study for adults w/ Down Syndrome.
  • Coordinates with Early Intervention Services in Allegheny County to provide developmental assessments for children with developmental delays and DS approx. 4-6 per month.
  • Interfaces with community to advocate for advancement of health care/programming for individuals with DS.

  • Responds to patient calls and referrals to conduct intake of new patients.
  • Provides follow-up clinical support services for families, including tracking and reporting of lab results.
  • Maintains database for patient demographic information.
  • Board member for Down Syndrome Group of WPA.
  • Provides clinical Family Support services for all DS adult patients (other sites).
  • Maintains medical records for DS patients.
  • Supervises work study students regarding pulling of charts and filing.
  • Provides clinical Family Support services for all DS child patients.
  • Monitors administration of program including ordering of supplies, etc.
  • Interfaces with CHP foundation to support development of DS program.
  • Schedules patients.
  • Maintains schedule for DS providers.
  • Supervises work study student to send out intake/parent/professional information packets.
  • Interfaces with patients, staff, faculty and community to provide education regarding issues related to the healthcare of individuals with DS.
  • Develops and monitors implementation of budget.
  • Coordinator pilot study for adults w/ Down Syndrome.
  • Coordinates with Early Intervention Services in Allegheny County to provide developmental assessments for children with developmental delays and DS approx. 4-6 per month.
  • Interfaces with community to advocate for advancement of health care/programming for individuals with DS.

  • Responds to patient calls and referrals to conduct intake of new patients.
  • Provides follow-up clinical support services for families, including tracking and reporting of lab results.
  • Maintains database for patient demographic information.
  • Board member for Down Syndrome Group of WPA.
  • Provides clinical Family Support services for all DS adult patients (other sites).
  • Maintains medical records for DS patients.
  • Supervises work study students regarding pulling of charts and filing.
  • Provides clinical Family Support services for all DS child patients.
  • Monitors administration of program including ordering of supplies, etc.
  • Interfaces with CHP foundation to support development of DS program.
  • Schedules patients.
  • Maintains schedule for DS providers.
  • Supervises work study student to send out intake/parent/professional information packets.
  • Interfaces with patients, staff, faculty and community to provide education regarding issues related to the healthcare of individuals with DS.
  • Develops and monitors implementation of budget.
  • Coordinator pilot study for adults w/ Down Syndrome.
  • Coordinates with Early Intervention Services in Allegheny County to provide developmental assessments for children with developmental delays and DS approx. 4-6 per month.
  • Interfaces with community to advocate for advancement of health care/programming for individuals with DS.

 

Qualifications

  • B.A. degree in a relevant field.
  • 3 years of experience.
  • Clinical human research experience, preferably in pediatrics.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Access, Excel.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.


Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:

UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

Salary Range: $23.28 to $40.28 / hour

Union Position: No

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