Clinical Hospital Coordinator, Franciscan Health Indianapolis - Cancer Support Community Central Indiana
- 04-Jan-2021 to 05-Feb-2021
- - Cancer Support Community Central Indiana
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Full Time
The Clinical Hospital Program Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination and management of cancer patients and their family members at Franciscan Health Indianapolis (FHI). The five main pieces of this job include:
1. Counseling and Psychoeducation Duties – 75% of your time
2. Management Duties – 5% of your time
3. Marketing Duties – 10% of your time
4. Outreach Duties – 5% of your time
5. Documentation/Data Entry Duties -5% of your time
There may be other duties as assigned. This is a fluid position that will continue to grow and change over time. Flexibility and the ability to increase services for patients and caregivers at your assigned site are a must.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Coordinate and conduct support group intakes and administer distress screenings for both cancer patients and caregivers.
• Maintain a counseling client load of 10-15 individuals.
• Facilitate support groups and/or education classes as assigned (These may be late night groups/programs or on the weekends. Flexibility is required.).
• Conduct ethically responsible individual counseling sessions and maintain documentation including intakes, assessments, progress notes, and termination forms.
• Plan, develop, and teach psychoeducation classes as assigned.
• Co-manage and Co-facilitate the Moving Beyond program which includes teaching evidence-based wellness practices (physical and mental health) to post-treatment cancer patients and their caregivers.
• Mange all contract staff working at Franciscan contracted sites. Meet with contractors regularly and keep their numbers in your phone for emergencies. (2 instructors, yoga and MB)
• Verify and submit payroll on time for your two instructors.
• Manage the CSC relationship with hospital partners. This includes attending meetings, forming relationships with staff members at hospital sites, and keeping lines of communication and referral open and working well.
• Manage and/or mentor clinical interns. This includes helping with supervision.
• Update and manage counseling referral system to assure the data remains accurate and current.
• Room set up and reservation for your counseling interns and two contractors.
• Developing reports for hospital systems on a monthly basis, or as requested by hospital management.
• Manage Patient Assistance Fund referrals and Crafter's Corner volunteers.
• Learn all hospital staff members names and hand them flyers about counseling services and upcoming psychoeducation classes on a regular basis.
• Volunteer to be in meetings in hospitals as appropriate to garner new referrals for counseling.
• Always be looking for new referral sources at the hospital sites.
• Handout comfort kits at each site on a weekly basis or find an intern that can do this piece for you. This includes Emma's Art Kit Distribution as well.
• Seek out, register, and attend health fairs. Specifically Franscians own health fair in the fall. Coordinate any volunteers or materials needed. CSC van should always be taken if possible.
• Take marketing materials to nearby medical professionals, libraries, grocery stores to help promote programming and counseling at your site.
Documentation/Data Entry Duties:
• Maintain statistical data for your hospital site.
• Maintain statistical data on counseling clients seen both by yourself and interns.
• Maintain statistical data on referral sources and professional referrals.
• Perform data entry for all your assigned contractor's programming and events.
• Perform data entry for all counseling and classes done by self and interns.
• Assist with special programming at the CSC main office such as fundraisers and community events.
• Attend CSC staff meetings and keep the staff current on your hospital programming.
• Work your assigned Saturdays and Evenings. (When not virtual.)
• Frequent travel between CSC's main office and hospital sites will be required. Must possess reliable transportation in good working condition.
• Assist other team members at their sites as required and request their assistance at your site when needed. This is a team effort.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED
• Master's degree in mental health counseling, social work, marriage and family therapy or related field.
• Licensed or completing hours to become license eligible in the state of Indiana.
• Experience in individual counseling and group therapy.
• Program planning and coordination experience or willing to learn.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must.
• Cultural Competency
• Proficient in crisis management and problem solving.
• Must be a self-starter and able to work independently.
• Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with staff, participants, community and business partners, donors as well as sponsors.
Click the APPLY button to submit cover letter and resume to Lora Hays.