Under the direction of the Environment of Care Supervisor, the Environment of Care Coordinators’ primary duties are to support the development, implementation and monitoring of all elements of the Environment of Care (EOC). This includes the monitoring of all related standards, processes, communications, training and systems to assist in ensuring compliance with Environment of Care policies and procedures throughout all AltaMed facilities.
ResponsibilitiesMaintain Environment of Care Schedule of Activities including calendar, meetings, drill schedule and reports, facility inspection schedules, and safety and training topics.Travel to AltaMed locations as scheduled or need arises. Valid driver’s license, auto insurance required.Prepares documentation, charts, graphs and analyses for the Annual Evaluation of the Environment of Care program and any periodic performance review required by Joint Commission Create and maintains monthly Environment of Care meeting agenda.Prepare and submit EOC activities report.Assist in the Planning, Scheduling, and Conducting of Environment of Care rounds at all AltaMed sites per established schedule.Maintain master index of all Site Safety Coordinators and Alternate Site Safety Coordinators.Develop and Train new Site Safety Coordinators.Maintain database of security and safety incidents. Run detailed trending reports.Maintain and update Environment of Care SharePoint website.Maintain index of all Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Non-Violent Crisis Intervention approved personnel.Provide Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training as necessary. Maintain certification as approved trainer.Represent AltaMed at various community-wide planning groups including the California Coalition of Community Clinic Associations (CCALAC) Emergency Preparedness Workgroup.Coordinate CCALAC (California Coalition of Community Clinic Associations), OC Surge, The Coalition and Disaster Resource Center partner hospital disaster drills.Manage creative and promotional product development including direct contact with designated vendors.Coordinate initial signage requests for new facilities and existing facilitiesManage signage implementation projects and inventoryAssist with the review and update of all Environment of Care policies and procedures on an ongoing basis.Maintain and update SDS and EPA records and documentations.On call, weekend and after hours, on rotating schedule for site emergency incidents
QualificationsAssociates degree required.Minimum of two years’ experience in a healthcare safety, security or related regulatory environment.Skilled in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, SharePoint, PowerPointSix months in signage, branding or related fields, preferred.NIMS ICS 100, 200 training, OSHA 40 Hour Hazwoper Certification, preferred.Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Trainer certification, preferred.