Each year, the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry sponsors or participates in numerous health fairs and special events offering free dental screenings and oral health education. In addition, the Ostrow School maintains partnerships with hospitals throughout Southern California. At the Ostrow School, we are proud of our legacy and our ongoing commitment to serve those in need. Despite our best efforts and those of other like-minded colleagues, disparities in oral health care persist and in many populations continue to grow. To help us combat this epidemic, please consider.
If you are a candidate interested in working with and advocating for children and young adults (0-20 years of age) and their families, this is the position for YOU! The Division of Dental Public Health & Pediatric Dentistry is looking for a Field Site Coordinator to help achieve the public health goals obtained by the Dental Transformation Initiative.
Candidate with strong interpersonal skills and ability to be flexible and adaptable to working environments are highly preferred.
Having a Dental background could be very beneficial for this role, Dental Assistants and candidates with dental background are encouraged to apply!
Candidates must be bilingual in English and Spanish.
*Position will require regular travel to community sites located throughout Los Angeles County. Candidate will be expected to be responsible for their own transportation to site locations. This position will be Grant Funded and Fixed-Term (6-12 months).
The Field Site Coordinators will serve as the liaisons between the bridge teams and partner organizations. They will visit partner organizations, explain the project goals and methods, and provide oral health education and advocacy to the staff and prospect families. In addition, the Field Site Coordinators will assist the bridge teams with patient enrollment/recruitment. They will serve as additional staff support, especially on days when the bridge teams are expected to see an abundance of patients in a specific time frame or days where CSULA cannot provide the staff support due to scheduling conflicts and/or prior commitments.
Preferred Experience: 2 years
Preferred Expertise: Administrative support or program support services I directly related field. Bilingual in both English and Spanish.
Analysis Communication -- written and oral skills
Â Lead/Guidance Skills
Problem identification and resolution
Assists in planning and implementation of services and activities specific to a University program.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree, Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum educationMinimum Experience: 1 year, Combined education/experience as substitute for minimum experienceMinimum Field of Expertise: Administrative support services
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