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You can make $30 an hour as a COVID-19 Coordinator for Massachusetts College of Art and Design. This position is located in Boston, MA.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
- Five years of work experience in a position that includes detail-oriented customer service or clinical care.
- Two years of supervisory experience in a healthcare, public health, or management setting.
- Master’s degree in healthcare administration, public health, business administration, management, or a related field of study preferred.
- Experience with electronic medical record, epidemiology module, and MAVEN proficient in Microsoft Office.
- Commitment to working with a diverse and inclusive community.
- Strong customer service, organizational, time management, verbal and written communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.
- Bilingual abilities in Spanish are a plus.
- Oversee the implementation of an on-board testing system for returning resident students, off-campus students, commuter students and employees. Plan, organize, and oversee all aspects of third-party testing of students and employees with the guidance of the Director of Student Health.
- Coordinate with MassArt Office of International Studies to ensure that students and employees who return to campus from another country or state are informed of campus policies and the latest state travel advisory regarding self-quarantine.
- Coordinate with Broad Institute in providing symptomatic testing and testing of on-campus close contacts. Oversee regular surveillance testing on populations at higher risk for exposure. Develop and maintain a master calendar for testing. Serve as the campus administrator and point of contact for testing lab and COVID-19 digital solutions application vendors.
- Help enforce the use of daily symptom monitoring app by the student body. Coordinate data collection with the Broad Institute. Develop a plan to encourage employees to use the app. Participate in all training to learn procedures for third-party test administration and use of appropriate software and symptom checker databases. Monitor daily symptom checker database, coordinate outreach with Health Services staff and contact students as needed to promote daily use of symptom checkers.
- Oversee and manage MassArt’s contact tracing team. Implement the isolation and quarantine plans for students and employees who test positive or who have been identified as being close contacts of positive cases. Provide oversight of team scripts and guidelines for quarantine, and isolation. Ensure the contact tracing team follows best practices and DPH/CDC guidelines on COVID-19 contact tracing. Coordinate with DPH-designated contract tracers following the identification of any case or close contact.
- Coordinate with Student Health Services to manage the progress of students who test positive or who have been identified as being close contacts of positive cases. Establish protocols to ensure that students in isolation or quarantine have appropriate support and services.
- Coordinate with the Office of Human Resources to manage the progress of employees who test positive or who have been identified as being close contacts of positive cases. Help establish protocols to monitor absenteeism rates among employees to evaluate possible outbreaks.
- Coordinate with the Boston public health agency and with relevant local public health agencies to have clear communications about isolation and quarantine plans for students and employees who test positive or who have been identified as being close contacts of positive cases. Coordinate with public health agencies, Student Health Services, and the Office of Human Resources to document the clearance of students and employees to be removed from quarantine/isolation.
- Collect data, metrics, and dashboard reports and evaluate the progress of all COVID-19 MassArt activities. Maintain a database in support of testing and contacting tracing processes. Ensure that results and relevant data are regularly reported to the MA DPH, as required. Monitor regional disease trends and help recalibrate appropriate measures. Produce special reports and statistical analysis of epidemiological investigations to ensure readiness for responding to COVID-19.
- Provide regular reports to the President’s Cabinet. Coordinate with MassArt’s Department of Marketing and Communications to ensure communication activities are based on accepted principles, methods and best practices.
- Responsible for the overall safeguarding of protected health information (PHI). Respond to emergency events relative to communication and reporting. Ensure that state epidemiological reporting requirements are met, including testing data being transferred to MAVEN through appropriate local board of health.
- Demonstrate civility and professional, customer-service oriented behavior, worthy of emulation by other staff and students. Other duties as assigned.
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