Vista Community Clinic

  • Clinical Programs Manager

    Req No.
    2018-1914
    Location
    US-CA-Vista
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    Clinical Operations
    Schedule
    40 hours/week (M-F 8am-5pm)
  • Overview

    Vista Community Clinic is a private, non-profit medical, dental, optometry, chiropracty, behavioral and social services center providing care in a comprehensive, high quality setting. We provide the highest quality services in seven clinics located in San Diego, Orange and Riverside counties. We work to advance community health and hope by providing access to premier health services and education for those who need it most.  We are looking for dedicated, motivated, enthusiastic team players who want to serve our population.  

     

    If you are selected for this position, you will make a difference in the lives of others. Every day, you will make an impact on your community.

     

    We have a very competitive compensation and benefits program which includes health, dental, vision, company-paid life, AD&D & disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and a 403(B) plan, for eligible employees.

     

    VCC is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Responsibilities

    Provide oversight of assigned clinical programs. Responsible for clinical program(s) development and implementation. Supervise all aspects of program operations, formulate and manage budget(s), and define the scope of work.  Perform the role of VCC’s family planning (Title X) coordinator.

    • Serve as liaison with funding source and community-based organizations and assists with collaborative support activities with community agencies, local government representatives, neighborhood residents and other Vista Community Clinic project staff
    • Responsible for the family planning program clinical and non-clinical orientation, annual training and updates
    • Develop strategies to integrate clinical programs within the clinic’s operations.
    • Participate in grant writing; may write grants from inception through completion

    Qualifications

    Minimum

    • Bachelor’s degree in public health or related field
    • Eight years minimum related experience
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office products and computers
    • Valid California driver’s license, current vehicle insurance, and reliable transportation

    Preferred

    • Master's degree in public health, or related field, with two year's of related experience
    • Bilingual English/Spanish

    Required Skills/Knowledge/Abilities

    • Knowledge of available local community resources and government, community health centers, public assistance programs and state/federal regulations
    • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends as required 

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