School-based Dental Program Coordinator
Neighborcare Health 16 reviews - Seattle, WA

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The School-based Program Coordinator will provide administrative, outreach and service coordination support for the School-based Dental Health Program at selected school sites. Ensure that volume and quality goals are achieved by working in partnership with other team members including Neighborcare health staff and school personnel.

This is a full-time position during the school year only. The work schedule corresponds with the Seattle Public School calendar.

Essential Responsibilities
  • Develop relationships and promote dental services for students with school personnel at selected sites, including the school nurse, administration and school staff
  • Coordinate targeted outreach activities to inform, promote and integrate the program
  • Coordinate screening programs and delivery of oral health care in schools with and without school-based health centers
  • Assist in the logistics and administration of coordinating and supporting oral health service days and follow up care
  • Monitor population health in the schools we serve
  • Monitor and track the program’s inputs and outcomes, including patient follow up and billing
  • Monitor associated grant targets and coordinate reporting and reporting systems
  • Ensure the Dental Director and School-based Program Manager receive accurate and timely information about the status of projects, initiatives, and results
Initiate ideas to increase efficiency and improve processes related to the program

General Responsibilities
  • Attend site staff meetings and trainings as directed by Program Manager
  • Attend professional education programs to enhance skills as needed or required
  • May, on occasion, move equipment and supplies

Required Skills
  • Proficiency in the use of personal computers and a variety of standard business software programs, including Word and Outlook
  • Ability to handle highly confidential and sensitive patient information
  • Ability to meet and comply with HIPAA/Confidentiality policies and procedures
  • Ability to follow written and verbal directions and to complete assigned tasks
  • Ability to be detail orientated, multi-task, organize, problem solve and complete tasks
  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English
Required Experience
  • Completion of AA or undergraduate degree
  • At leaset three years experience providing a high level administrative support
  • Dental experience preferred
Job Location Seattle, Washington, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular Business Location
High Point Dental Clinic

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