- Ensure client database is always well-maintained, making sure to include all necessary notes, forms and supplementary information through weekly checks and updates to promote efficiency.
- Meet with clients, individuals and community organizations as needed to create health programs designed for individual use and for groups.
- Participate in weekly outreach efforts to raise community awareness of general health, new diets/exercise programs and health risks to specific groups, such as pregnant women, minorities and low-income populations.
- Review currently existing programs and health initiatives to ensure they’re up-to-date, effective and safe for their intended audience(s).
- Reach out to clients on a daily basis using a variety of mediums (phone, Skype, in-person) to check up on their progress, answer questions, make personalized recommendations and changes to their programs if necessary.
- Supervise the treatment of patients living with terminal illness so that they can live healthier and longer lives.
- Serve as a counselor, helping poor patients overcome the barriers that prevent them from seeking vital healthcare.
- Act as healthcare educators, providing vital education about the healthcare options that are available.
- Complete administrative tasks on an ongoing basis to ensure proper and organized record keeping, working with staff members when/if necessary.
- High school diploma or its equivalent
- Associate degree or higher in health or human services
- Experience in the substance abuse and/or mental health field
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
- Knowledge of community agencies and resources.
- Working knowledge of multi-system outreach programs related to health care delivery, clinical education, and health-related services
- Ability to plan, implement, and evaluate individual client care plans.
- Knowledge of transportation and other barriers to care that may be encountered by client.
- Ability to communicate medical information to health care professionals and care coordinators over the telephone.
- Skill in use of personal computers and related software applications, including e-mail.
- Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities.
- Creative and analytical thinking