The Mobile Clinic Operations Coordinator works with Clinic Leadership to expand and maintain mobile medical sites throughout the Portland metro area. This position will work with community partners and site hosts to assure adequate patient numbers, and suitable facilities support at the host site. This position will maintain two mobile medical vans and a remote garage, handling the maintenance and repairs of both, in coordination with the Facilities Director and the stocking, inventory, invoicing and budget of all supplies under the supervision of the Clinic & Health Services. This position will train and supervise van drivers and regularly evaluate their driving skills.
This position is full time (40 hours) temporary. Pay range is $17.00 to $17.44 per hour.
- Serve as the primary daily contact for the host sites once established
- Work with medical outreach staff, Clinic Manager, and contracted community partners to ensure the delivery of quality services and innovative practices
- Work with the site hosts to assure adequate patient numbers, and suitable facilities support
- Manage the maintenance of Outside In mobile clinics according to manufacturer’s spec and recommendations including monthly safety inspection and outsourced yearly safety inspections including, but not limited to:
- Leveling system and jacks
- Fluids (Engine/generator oil, coolant etc.).
- Regular brake and suspension system maintenance
- Fresh water tank fills
- Grey and black water tank flushes
- Tire rotation and balancing
- Ensure non-routine repairs are completed as needed for all mobile clinic systems and possess the ability to analyze mobile clinic repair problems and utilize appropriate resources to effectively resolve repair issues.
- Maintain the Mobile Clinic garage space and storage area including cleaning, securing and inventory control for supplies and equipment
- Ensure Mobile Clinics are adequately fueled prior to each shift.
- Primary responsibility for maintaining all electrical, mechanical and structural systems of the Mobile Clinic Depot to ensure it is kept in peak working order, in coordination with Facilities Director.
- Coordinate cleaning and maintenance of facility exterior and grounds with Landlord.
- Purchase needed maintenance supplies and tools.
- Maintain an stocking system, including inventory, invoicing and supplies budget
- Create and follow a regular-interval maintenance checklist.
- Keep Mobile Clinic Depot work areas reasonably clean and organized.
- Manage repair and service invoices to ensure expenses are within budget allowances.
- Ensure protocols are aligned with those of other Outside In facilities
- Coordinate and perform new driver training as needed
- Update driver training manual and procedures as needed
- Perform basic skills training in a parking lot setting
- Perform street and freeway driver training
- Approve new mobile clinic operators in accordance with training protocols
- Ability to work well with diverse community partners
- High School Diploma required
- Prior experience working as a Medical Assistant or Outreach Care Coordinator preferred.
- Must have a valid Class C Oregon Driver License, or Class B Washington Driver License; CDL endorsement preferred but not required.
- Must be able to safely operate one of two 38’ mobile clinics
- Must have a clean driving record, free of moving violations
- Knowledge of vehicle maintenance, both routine and preventive a plus
- Excellent communication skills
- Able to handle multiple tasks and crisis situations
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time; and to
- bend and stoop to grasp objects; bend and twist neck and waist, reach above and below shoulders and have the ability to squat down as necessary; and to
- bend and lift loads, not to exceed 50 lbs. or push carts weighing up to 100 lbs.; and to have the ability for
- repetitive use of hands for grasping, pushing, pulling and fine manipulation.
At Outside In, we’re guided by a belief in each individual’s potential for change and growth. Since 1968, we have been successfully empowering homeless youth and other marginalized communities to become healthy and self-sufficient. With a stable leadership team and a collaborative approach to community partnerships, we value hope, integrity and compassion. We believe our people are our greatest asset and we value their competence. Oregon Business Magazine ranked us as “One of the 100 Best Nonprofits to work for in Oregon” seven times. At Outside In, your time and talent truly make a difference.
We are an equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity. Multicultural and intersecting diversities are highly valued.
Please apply online here: http://www.outsidein.org/index.php/employment/