COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Clinical Lead (GSS III) - Health Department

City of Baltimore, MD
Baltimore County, MD
Closing date
Oct 25, 2021

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Pharmaceutical, Clinical Manager/ Director
Class Description THIS IS A NON-CIVIL SERVICE POSITION Salary Range: $ 70,000- $85,000 The Baltimore City Health Department is currently seeking dynamic individuals to serve as COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Clinical Leads. These individuals will work with the Directors of COVID Testing and COVID Vaccination efforts to oversee and manage testing and vaccination sites managed by Baltimore City Health Department. The Clinical leads will be an integral part of the COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination teams, participating in planning and development of strategic plans, as well as being responsible for the day to day management of testing and vaccination clinics. This also includes ensuring adequate staffing, assisting with inventory and supplies, establishing and maintaining Quality Assurance in clinical and resulting systems, scheduling sites, and community engagement. It also includes working at, leading, and managing testing and vaccination operations managed by Baltimore City Health Department. Responsibilities: * Work with Testing and Vaccination leads on establishment and coordination of clinical testing and vaccination sites.
* Responsible for oversight and the day-to-day functioning of COVID 19 Testing and/or vaccination clinics, including but not limited to staffing, patient flow, safety operations, registration, inventory, and communications.
* Acts as resource to other testing site staff and onboarding of new staff.
* Note that this position requires the ability to lift moderate to heavy items and stand for long periods of time.
* Position requires working outdoors, sometimes in hot or cold weather, for several hours at a time.
* Independent transportation to clinic sites throughout the workday is required.
* Perform any other duty assigned by manager. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: * Ability to read, understand, retain, and transmit information about COVID-19.
* Familiarity with clinical operations
* Ability to work with data
* Familiarity with quality assurance processes
* Ability to work with community partners
* Ability to work well on a team
* Ability to conduct projects within timelines
* Ability to work effectively with people of diverse sexual orientation and ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds.
* Ability to work independently with minimal direction, excellent problem-solving skills
* Ability to work well under pressure with multiple competing priorities and deadlines
* Demonstrated ability to lead and direct the work of others in a supervisory capacity
* Ability to operate a personal computer.
* Ability to collect, analyze, interpret, and present statistical data
* Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing Preferred Skills * Strong verbal and written communication skills
* Strong computer skills
* Supervisory experience Required Experience: A bachelor's degree in nursing, nurse practitioner, or physician's assistant or related field. Two years of experience in health program administration, community or public health, epidemiology, nursing, biology or a related field Equivalencies - Equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred Experience * 5 years of experience in clinical medicine or Public Health
* Experience in public health, medical, epidemiology or a related field
* Knowledge of public health response to emergent infections and/or communicable disease preferred
* Highly competent at Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint This a Grant Funded Temporary Position

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