Cancer Equity Coordinator
American Indian Cancer Foundation
Skills And Qualifications:
? Experience (2+ years) working with AI/AN public health or AI/AN health organizations or systems
? Interest and experience in the areas of cancer control with the ambition to learn more
? Experience in planning and/or implementing quality improvement strategies in a clinic setting
? Experience in project management (planning, tracking, evaluating and reporting)
? Solid understanding of evidence-based strategies in cancer prevention and control
? Self-motivated with the ability to prioritize and carry out concurrent projects on deadline
? Demonstrated ability to contribute and excel in a team environment
? Demonstrated decision-making and problem-solving skills
? Demonstrated high work ethic, integrity and professional conduct
? Demonstrated abilities in computer technology and report writing as well as experience in public speaking and community outreach
? Available to work flexible hours as needed to get the work done ? Regular travel is required by air and by vehicle. Must have a current driver’s license
? Abstinence from commercial tobacco and illegal drugs
? Strong passion for the mission and vision of the organization
Degree in Public Health, Nursing or related field (Master’s preferred)
Duties And Responsibilities:
? Work closely with the Cancer Equity Manager and as part of a team to review and establish program goals and deliverables, work plans, and timelines
? Coordinate internal and external communications with multiple stakeholders.
? Maintain informative and respectful communications with clinic and community partners, consultants, and funders
? Participate in the development and review of culturally-tailored resources (educational materials, training and tools)
? Support Cancer Equity team in planning, tool development, recruitment, approvals, data collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination.
? Track all progress according to the timeline and provide regular, timely updates to project team.
? Communicate project progress, needs, and potential issues via regular, timely updates
? Deliver and share information with multiple audiences through reports and presentations (individual, group and web-based)
? Work effectively as a member of the AICAF team in the participation of organization-wide initiatives
? Complete other duties as assigned
Salary And Benefits:
Salary Starts at; $40,000 - $50,000 DOQ
Benefits include paid vacations, holidays, sick leave, and insurances (health, dental, short and long-term disability, life) and retirement plan with an employer match.
The American Indian Cancer Foundation is committed to reducing cancer burdens for American Indian and Alaska Native people through improved access to prevention, early detection, treatment and survivor support. The CANCER EQUITY COORDINATOR is responsible for supporting projects (work plans, implementation and reporting requirements) as assigned. This person will assist in clinic systems change strategies that inform, support and strengthen partners with resources, programs and services to improve cancer outcomes for American Indians and Alaska Natives nationally.