Social Determinants of Health Coordinator–Full Time/$39,000 annual

Social Determinants of Health Coordinator–Full Time/$39,000 annual

Title:   Social Determinants of Health Coordinator FLSA Status:   Non-exempt Employment Status:  Full-time 
Reports to: COODepartment:   Last Evaluated:  5/10/2022
Location:   Main office Supervisory Responsibilities:   None 
Summary:  The Social Determinants of Health Coordinator will lead the agency’s initiatives in responding to the environmental conditions of youth and families that affect a wide range of health functioning, and quality of life outcomes and risks.
Specific position duties and responsibilities: Develops and implements the Social Determinants of Health Project, to include building out the agency’s capacity to respond to the SDOH needs of youth and families and increasing the agency’s utilization of the NCCARE360 platform. Oversight of SDOH screener implementation and for all agency programs, to include SDOH data entry and data tracking
·         Oversight of the agency’s utilization of the NCCARE360 platform, to include providing technical support and training to staff, onboarding new staff on the platform, and managing the agency’s users on the platform; serves as the agency’s point of contact for all referrals received through the NCCARE360 platform
·         Implements data-informed interventions for youth/families presenting with Social Determinants of Health-related needs; connects youth/families to related community resources using NCCARE360 platform
·         Works with youth/families to ensure responsive and successful connections when referrals are made, to include providing transportation support when needed
·         Works with program staff to ensure prompt response to referrals received through the platform
·         Works with Unite Us to identify platform service gaps; conducts community-based outreach to fill service gap needs
·         Collaborates with program staff to identify and coordinate access to resources that will meet the SDOH needs of youth and families
·         Provides culturally appropriate health education and information to youth and families, including coordinating well-check and dental visits
·         Works with the COO and Director of Quality and Strategic Initiatives in tracking and reporting outcomes related to the SDOH Project; provides support to the COO in completing project reports and policy writing
·         Regularly attends program team meetings and case reviews
·         Represents the agency’s work towards community health initiatives General agency duties and responsibilities: Completes all required trainings Participates in agency outreach and fundraising events Demonstrates a willingness to assist in other agency programs as needed Acts as a custodian and demonstrates responsible and ethical use of agency property and facilities Displays sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics Strives to embody the agency’s Code of Ethics while working towards the agency’s Mission Learns and demonstrates Agency-wide Competencies including the areas of consumer and community relationships, continuous individual and agency-wide improvement, vision and purpose, respect and teamwork and positive leadership Learns, develops, and models Positive Youth Development core competencies resulting in capacity to contribute to the mission of Haven House Services and be a resource to our youth and families, other partner organizations, and our community Other duties as assigned 
Minimum qualifications:·         A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a human service field with two years of experience working with youth who are involved with or at risk for involvement with the juvenile justice system.
Or
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a field other than human services, with four years of experience working with youth who are involved with or at risk for involvement with the juvenile justice system.     
Knowledge, skills and abilities: ·         Excellent organizational and time management skills
·         Ability to accomplish/complete tasks while ensuring that information is complete and accurate
·         Strong computer software skills including word, excel and data entry
·         Strong written and verbal communication skills
·         Strong collaboration and leadership skills
Knowledge of community resources and continuums of care
Other requirements: Valid North Carolina Driver’s License and satisfactory driving record Personal vehicle for use in conducting home visits and/or transporting clients in the event agency vehicles aren’t available Proof of current/valid car insurance Acceptable background report Negative drug screen results 
Work environment: Occasional evening and weekend hours required  Culture of care and wellness in the office Occasional exposure to outside weather conditions Potential exposure to bloodborne and/or airborne pathogens 

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