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Girls on the Run (GOTR) Outreach Coordinator

Company: CVCH
Location: Wenatchee
Posted on: May 27, 2023

Job Description:

Job Summary
In 2007, CVCH Affiliated with Girls on the Run International to start our own council to service Chelan and Douglas County. Girls on the Run is a non-profit organization and program for girl's 3rd-5th grade that helps girls cultivate self-esteem, confidence, emotional awareness, empathy, healthy communication skills, and team work. This program supports the emotional and physical wellness of youth in our valley and provides them with skills and tools that will help girls through adversity and challenge. This year, we are piloting the GOTR Heart and Sole program for girl's 6th-8th grade. To build sustainability in the growth of our program, we would like the program specialist to create a GOTR leadership committee, consisting of GOTR coaches, community members, teachers, and CVCH employees. Create an impactful video with Lincoln Elementary coach, Cindy Mahler and GOTR girls, about how GOTR transforms a girl and how to it impacts their academics, home life, and confidence. This position has room for creativity and innovation, so we hope that the program specialist is willing to try new things and think outside of the box.
GOTR season is September through November and March through May. December, January and February are months for networking, recruitment of coaches and planning. June-August is for program development and assisting in our Clinical Outreach Program. This position will mainly be Monday- Friday, with the occasional evening or Saturday.
Job Specific Competencies
1. Routinely refer to Member Service Agreement Requirements
2. Ability to serve at project site location and time specified in this position description
3. Recruit team coaches for Girls on the Run
4. Oversee the general program management
5. Plan Superhero 5K and Girls Rising Events
6. Build capacity for Girls on the Run
7. Collect and report data as directed by the Performance Measure.
General Duties and Responsibilities
1. Performs other duties and tasks as assigned by supervisor.
2. Expected to meet attendance standards and work the hours necessary to perform the essential functions of the job.
3. Expected to embrace, support, and promote the core values of respect, integrity, trust, compassion, and quality, which align with the CVCH mission statement through actions and interactions with all patients, staff, and others.
4. Follows all safety policies and general housekeeping practices. Ensures the area and its equipment and supplies are neat, clean, safe, and utilized appropriately at all times, and participates in emergency drills.
5. Demonstrates positive attitude toward clients, co-workers, and outside agencies.
6. Supports interdisciplinary team in area by listening to concerns and suggestions and by providing follow-up and feedback in a timely manner.
7. Keeps customer service and the mission of the organization in mind when interacting with all clients, coworkers, and others.
8. Must be able to tolerate frequent work interruptions, organize work, and reset priorities in order to complete work responsibilities in a timely manner.
9. Follows all established policies, guidelines, and procedures, including federal and state regulations, to assure safe practices and quality patient care.
10. Follows Universal Precautions and Infection Control Standards and compliance with Joint Commission and HIPAA regulations.
Job Specifications
1. Education: High School Diploma or equivalent.
2. Certification/Licensure: Basic Life Support (BLS) or CPR required or must be able to obtain within first 90 days of employment. Must be eligible for Medical Assistant-Registered Licensure. Seven hours of AIDS education and training required.
3. Experience: A strong interest in promoting health and wellness programs with children. Experience in healthcare systems or youth programs and event planning is preferred.
4. Language Skills: Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred.
5. Essential Technical/Motor Skills: Strong organizational skills, inputting data/typing, speaking clearly, answering telephones, precise eye/hand/foot coordination, fingering/precise manipulation. Knowledge of computer applications and equipment related to work. Must have basic computer and keyboarding skills and have the ability to enter data within company's computer system; must demonstrate manual dexterity. Must have the ability to spell correctly.
6. Interpersonal Skills: Caring attitude, highly flexible, team player. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with management, nursing staff, providers, and other staff members to achieve program outcomes. Demonstrated skill in developing and maintaining productive work teams. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment under stressful situations. Must be well organized. Skills intact and diplomacy in interpersonal interactions.
7. Essential Physical Requirements: Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment. Essential physical requirements of this job include: repetitive motions of wrists, hands, and/or fingers. Moderate to frequent: standing, walking, lifting/moving items up to 20 pounds, using proper lifting techniques and using assistance as needed, reaching, kneeling, bending, stooping, pushing, and pulling. Seldom to moderate sitting. Ability to read forms, computer screens, correspondence and other documents. Must have flexible schedule, able to work evenings and Saturdays as needed.
8. Essential Mental Abilities: Ability to exercise independent judgment within their scope of practice; knowledge of clinical policies and procedures, standards and regulations, ability to follow Joint Commission standards, state and federal regulations; ability to read, comprehend, and analyze documents, regulations and policies; ability to prepare and submit complete documents necessary to the job concisely, accurately and timely. Must be able to pay attention to detail, manipulate/ interpret numbers, perform calculations, advanced assessing/evaluating, problem-solving/reasoning. Must have knowledge of medical terminology. Ability to learn and retain information regarding patient care procedures.
9. Essential Sensory Requirements: Essential sensory requirements include the ability to: read computer keyboard, monitor, and documents; prepare and analyze documents; read extensively; receive and convey detailed information orally, by telephone and in person; convey accurate and detailed instructions by speaking to others in person and by telephone.
10. Exposure to Hazards: Worker is subject to inside environmental conditions on a frequent basis with moderate/extreme noise. Possible exposure to toxic materials, communicable diseases, body fluids/blood, and exposure to or use of sharps.
Blood/Fluid Exposure Risk
Category III - Tasks involve no greater exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues than would be encountered by a visitor. Category I tasks are not a condition of employment.
Age Specific Competency
Possesses knowledge and skills required to effectively care for and assist patients in the following age groups:
1. Pediatric (1 year - 12 years)
2. Adolescent (12 years to 18 years)
1. Required to travel to each site location on a scheduled basis to perform position duties.
Position NOT eligible for Telecommuting
*Coverage below based on a 1.0 FTE; Medical, Dental, Paid Leave, Holidays are prorated based on FTE
Premera (Self Insured)
Preferred Provider
Employee covered - 100%
Dependents covered - 50%
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Washington Dental
Employee covered - 100%
Dependents covered - 50%
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Paid Leave
120 hours - Year 1
136 hours - Year 2
Each year after that employee will accrue 8 hours of PTO each year, on their anniversary date, until they reach a maximum of 208 hours at 10+ years.
Paid Leave may be used immediately for sick leave and after 3 months employment for vacation. Maximum accrual cap of 320 hours; hours in excess of 320 hours will automatically transfer into the employees EIB.
Extended Illness Bank (EIB)
Allows for maximum accrual of 200 hours
PTO hours in excess of 320 will transfer into EIB. Employees are eligible to use EIB hours after at least 3 consecutive scheduled working days of PTO (max 24 hours) which have been used for a personal illness and/or a qualifying event under FMLA or the WA Family Care Act.
88 hours related to:
- New Year's Day
- Memorial Day
- 4th of July
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Day after Thanksgiving
- Christmas Eve
- Christmas Day
- 3 Diversity Days
Holidays are calculated as 8-hour days if full time, 1.0 FTE, and paid based on the calendar year (January 1 through December 31). Holiday hours will be added to the employee's timecard automatically. If an employee is part-time, as documented in our HR/Payroll system, Holiday hours will be pro-rated. If an employee starts after the calendar year has begun, holiday hours will be prorated based on remaining holidays in the calendar year and diversity days will be prorated as outlined below:
- Jan 1- April 30: 3 diversity days (24 hours if 1.0 FTE)
- May 1 - August 31: 2 diversity days (16 hours if 1.0 FTE)
- Sept 1 - Dec 31: 1 diversity day (8 hours if 1.0 FTE)
Please refer to the Paid Leave policy for additional details.
403(b) Retirement Plan
Lincoln Financial
150% CVCH match up to 3% of the employee's contribution
Immediately. Vesting schedule:
20% at 2 years, 50% at 3 years, 60% at 4 years, and 100% at 5 years.
Employee Assistance Program
Mutual of Omaha
Free short-term counseling for employee and family
Immediately. Call 800-316-2796
Long-term Disability
Mutual of Omaha
Employee Only (variable)
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Basic Term Life
Mutual of Omaha
Employee Only (1x annual salary, up to $200,000)
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Group Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D)
Mutual of Omaha
Employee Only (1x annual salary, up to $200,000)
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Supplemental Term Life
Mutual of Omaha
Employee / Spouse / Dependent(s)
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Voluntary AD&D
Mutual of Omaha
Employee / Family
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Health Reimbursement Arrangement
Reimbursement for out of pocket expenses for services received at CVCH (medical, dental, and prescription) by employees and their dependents enrolled in our medical plan. Up to $500 per family per year.
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Flex Plan: Medical
Flex Plan: Maximum $3,050 per year
Direct Deposit available
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Flex Plan: Dependent Care
Flex Plan: Maximum $5,000 per year
Direct Deposit available
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Supplemental insurance - cafeteria plan
First of the month following the first date of employment.
Link Transit
Employee covered at 100%
Gym Membership
CVCH will reimburse staff up to $30 per month for a local gym membership
CVCH will reimburse up to $150 per year for a subscription type workout program service (i.e.: Beachbody on Demand, Les Mills, etc.)
Immediately. Once employee has submitted invoice to HR/Payroll department.
Cell Phone Discounts
Discounted monthly access fees
Discounted select accessories and special equipment
Available for personal cell phones, currently in place with AT&T & Verizon
Tuition Reimbursement
For approved courses, the cost of tuition, books, and lab fees may be reimbursed at 75% of the actual costs up to a maximum of:
- $2,000 for an Associate's degree, vocational, technical, or certification program
- $2,500 for a Bachelor's degree
- $3,000 for a Master's degree
Upon approval; regular employees who work at least 20 hours per week, have successfully passed their evaluation period and are in good standing may apply.
Employees must agree to work for a period of one (1) year from the date of receipt of tuition reimbursement and obtain satisfactory completion of approved courses or Challenge Exams.
$22.55-$30.90/hourly (depending on experience)

Keywords: CVCH, Everett , Girls on the Run (GOTR) Outreach Coordinator, Other , Wenatchee, Washington

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