The City of Crawfordsville, Indiana

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Job Opening For Data Coordinator

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The Community Paramedicine Mobile Integrated Health (a division of Crawfordsville Fire Department) has an immediate opening for the position of Data Coordinator. If  interested, please submit your cover letter and resume to Kristi Braziel, Division of EMS, Crawfordsville Fire Department; kbraziel@crawfordsville-in.gov by EOD on Friday, September 10, 2021. Resumes with attached cover letters must be emailed or turned in by 4:00 P.M. on September 10, 2021. Interviews for this position will be scheduled for the following week. Crawfordsville Fire Department Administrative Office located at 100 S. Water Street, Crawfordsville, IN during normal business hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.

Data Coordinator Job Description – Full Time Position (40 hours/week)

Overview:  Project Lead the Montgomery County’s Mobile Integrated Healthcare Program (MIH) expansion and creation of programs funded by Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Implementation for the period from September 1, 2021, through August 31, 2024.

  • Key component will be to track, collect, aggregate, and report quantitative and qualitative data and information form the consortium members.
  • Funding for this position will end on August 31, 2024. Salary position.
  • Position will be located in Crawfordsville, Indiana. This is not a remote position.

Responsibilities:

  • Data Collection/Reporting
  • Responsible for coordinating data collection and reporting process across all consortium members as requested by HRSA; create tracking tool.
  • Tracking of additional data as defined by the consortium to gauge effectiveness of program.
  • Attend and provide reporting monthly to HRSA Project Officer.
  • Coordinate and provide progress report to HRSA Technical Officer and Evaluator as requested.
  • Submission of biannual and final Performance Information Management System (PIMS) reports to HRSA.
  • Update to HRSA annually a three-part Sustainability Plan to ensure financial and programmatic sustainability of the program after grant funding ends.
  • Attend as directed by HRSA to attend two separate three-day meetings virtually or at an office location, Washington, D.C. potentially.

Project Leadership:

  • Responsible for providing technical assistance and oversight to all consortium members; ensuring all objectives and data reporting/collection is being obtained.
  • Organize and lead monthly community meetings to updates on available programs and resources; listen to concerns/support from the community.
  • Implement monthly consortium meetings to develop and monitor measures and progress of the overall programs.
  • Organize touchpoint weekly meeting among the Quick Response Team (QRT) to keep informed of updates and concerns.
  • Coordinate efforts with the Indiana State Office of Rural Health Manager to ensure all responsibilities are being fulfilled.

 

Community Outreach:

  • Develop and implement means to have educational and translation services to address the Hispanic population; including creation of a focus group to ensure needs being addressed are specific to the population
  • Develop and implement effective community outreach program focused on education of substance use disorder (SUD), infectious diseases, and Naloxone use and training.
  • Creation and quarterly updating publication of resources supporting prevention, treatment and recovery of SUD and social needs.

Skill Sets Required:

  • Organized; detail-oriented
  • Multi-task; ability to prioritize multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
  • Track project evolution and create quality outputs

Analytical:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to address audience in explaining data collection
  • Leadership
  • Ability to work closely and lead a diversified program team group
  • Strong written and communication skills
  • Timely with deadlines; ability to work/lead with minimal supervision
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Exercise extension judgment and creativity to adapt to goals, priorities, and procedures
  • Handle new or emergency situations that impact the team; flexibility

Experience:

  • Data collection, management, and analysis
  • Development and/or utilization of data collection and tracking tools
  • Public Health grant experience preferred
  • Marketing/Project Management

Communication/Community Outreach:

  • Logic Model Utilization

Education:

  • Master’s in Public Health preferred