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Kids' Club Program Coordinator - Boston
We are a company with integrated luxury and lifestyle offerings centered on Movement, Nutrition and Regeneration. In addition to Equinox, our other brands, Blink, Pure Yoga, SoulCycle, Furthermore, and Equinox Hotels are all recognized for inspiring and motivating members and employees to maximize life. Within our portfolio of brands, we have more than 200 locations within every major city across the United States in addition to London, Toronto, & Vancouver.
We are passionate about high-performance living and we practice what we preach – investing time in our own health and fitness. We believe that everyone has untapped potential within them and it takes a disruptive approach to unleash it. We dream big and don't settle for the status quo. We sweat the details. We never accept less than 110% to help each other deliver the Equinox experience and enable our members to get great results. We are obsessed with what's new, what's now, what's next. Never following, always leading, living ahead of the moment in fashion, culture and consumer behavior. We aren't just a company; we're a community vested in each other's success. We value humility and a team approach at every level of the company.
If you are a high performing individual who is passionate about winning and inspiring others then we are excited to discuss career opportunities with you.
FKO (For Kids Only) PROGRAM COORDINATOR
If you have experience running children's instructional and recreational programs and a passion for fitness, join the Equinox Team
We're seeking a Children's Program Coordinator to complement our on- site team. As our Children's Program Coordinator you will:
Assist in the oversight of the Equinox Sports Club FKO program offerings.
Promote and manage children's programs to a wide range of clientele.
Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with parent participants.
Cross-promote revenue-generating programs to participants.
Ensure all program equipment are properly maintained.
Encourage feedback from participants and promote our Equinox value.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist the FKO Manager in all aspects of the "For Kids Only" program.
Manage the children's enrichment programs, including classes and special events.
Promote and market the programs to insure a high level of member and non-members participation.
Coordinate marketing efforts with the company Marketing Department for all FKO programs.
Manage program revenue and expenses to meet Club budget expectations.
Oversee contracted programs and independent contractors, including invoices, registration and revenue share.
Research, develop and introduce new classes and programs to the existing FKO program offerings.
Assist with special projects, events and promotions as needed.
Incorporate safety training and awareness into daily activities.
Assist in preparing the annual budget.
Maintain accurate stats and records.
Order and maintain supplies; make equipment purchase recommendations.
Attend all meetings and training sessions as required.
All other duties as assigned.
Respond to Member's inquiries, concerns and suggestions in a timely, professional and consistent manner.
Provide support to Teachers on shift when needed.
Consistently offer the highest level of personalized member service while maintaining a positive, enthusiastic and helpful attitude.
Exhibit awareness of and enthusiasm for all programs offered by the Club.
Adhere to Company standards for all Department operations.
College Degree, preferred in Child Development, Recreation or Education.
Current CPR/AED and First Aid certifications
Preferred one-year successful management experience running a children's program
Outgoing, enthusiastic personality
Excellent verbal and written communication and skills are essential
Superior customer service skills
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Must have a legal right to work in the United States. While we appreciate every applicant's interest, only those under consideration will be contacted. We regret that phone calls will not be accepted. EOE
Corporate Process Safety Audit Program Coordinator
Huntsman currently has an immediate opening at our Advanced Technology Center in The Woodlands, Texas for a Process Safety Audit Program Coordinator in the EH&S Division.
The job holder's primary role is to lead Huntsman's global Process Safety (PS) audit program and function as lead auditor in Process Safety Management (PSM) audits for the AMER, APAC, and EAME regions. Additionally, the position assists the Americas Process Safety Center of Excellence Team in satisfying all elements of Process Safety.
Prioritized Essential Functions and
With moderate supervision and moderate decision-making:
Coordinate the Process Safety Audit program globally for the AMER, APAC, and EAME regions (including IPL verfication assessments).
Act as Lead Auditor for Process Safety Audits in AMER, APAC, and EAME regions.
Prepare audit reports to schedule and at a high quality level.
Train PS auditors to ensure a qualified pool of auditors are always available to ensure a sustainable audit program with a focus on continuous improvement.
Analyze PS Audits to identify improvement opportunities to manage risk across Huntsman globally.
Provide internal resource to sites for Process Safety studies, particularly PHA and LOPA / SIL Assessment, facility siting, combustible dust hazards, and Mechanical Integrity programs.
Provision of specialist expertise in all areas of Process Safety (PS). As needed, lead and participate in PS related incident investigations.
Education and Experience:
To be a successful Process Safety Audit Program Coordinator, you will have the following qualifications:
- Bachelor's Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering and 15 years relevant experience
in process/equipment design and/or operations with specific experience in Process Safety.
Specific Skills / Knowledge:
Experience of and participation in and leading U.S. regulatory Process Safety audits.
Strong Leadership abilities with skills to influence multiple levels of the organization.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Fluency in English, both verbal and written, is essential in order to perform audits and studies across the regions and produce reports of good quality.
Familiar with risk identification and reduction techniques.
Knowledgeable in LOPA and QRA risk assessment methodologies and allocation of Independent Protections Layers in order to verify engineered and administrative IPLs are adequately designed, installed, and maintained to ensure tolerable risk is achieved.
Familiar with failure mechanisms, protection systems and their design.
Working knowledge of OSHA and EPA RMP regulation and legislation.
Working knowledge of industry standards and recommended practices (API, NFPA, ASME)
Software Proficiency (MS Office, MS Excel, MS Word, PHA-Pro)
Benefits: The successful candidate will receive a competitive compensation and will be eligible to participate in a comprehensive benefits package which includes: medical, vision and dental, basic life insurance, AD&D insurance, and 401k.
Program Coordinator 6 ( Safety Officer) Logansport State Hospital
State of Indiana
Join U.S News & World Report's #1 state government! With more than 50 executive branch agencies, the State of Indiana is a diverse workforce offering applicants stimulating and challenging projects across a broad scope of career opportunities. As a State of Indiana employee, you impact the well-being of Indiana's communities every day.
About the Family Social Services Administration
The mission of the Family and Social Services Administration is to develop, finance and compassionately administer programs to provide healthcare and other social services to Hoosiers in need in order to enable them to achieve healthy, self-sufficient and productive lives. Our vision is to become a high performance, integrated and interdependent agency, leveraging its resources across the continuum of services we provide in order to reliably and consistently serve our customers while acting as astute stewards of the state and federal money provided to us.
About Logansport State Hospital
Logansport State Hospital mission is to provide specialized inpatient psychiatric services to assist people in achieving mental health recovery in a safe and respectful environment.
About the Job
This position performs a variety of duties related to life safety. The incumbent follows standard safety and fire prevention procedures and general work instructions in making routine safety checks and inspections. The individual makes decisions based on knowledge of codes and standards and existing conditions and has responsibility for establishment and administration of the environmental safety program within this facility.
A Day in the Life
The duties of the Program Coordinator in Life Safety performs a variety of duties including:
Conducting life safety inspections and drills in all buildings to maintain compliance with State/Federal Fire codes and Joint Commission standards
Assists in organizing and coordinating fire drills and maintains drill records
Takes corrective action or makes report of corrective action needed when violations are found
Instructs new employees and new security staff in fire/safety procedures
Serves as primary escort for outside contractors who perform various safety inspections
Serves as primary contact for updating/maintaining SDS information, both electronically and hard copy.
This individual performs moderately complex tasks following established procedure and practices. This individual should have specialized knowledge in Joint Commission and IOSHA rules and regulations, state and federal fire codes, practical knowledge of methods and techniques of fire prevention and safety issues and ability to prescribe corrective action. Strong communication skills and attention to detail are important attributes as this individual works independently without intensive oversight. Working knowledge of MS office preferred
What LSH is looking for
A candidate with two (2) years of full-time professional experience in program coordination, development, implementation or related experience. Accredited college training may substitute for the required experience on a year-for-year basis.
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:
Choose from four medical plans (including RX coverage), vision and dental
Wellness program that offers eligibility into a discounted medical plan
Health savings account, offered for most medical plans, includes state contributions
Deferred compensation account (similar to a private sector's 401 K plan) with employer match, as well as a choice between two fully funded pension plans
Group life insurance
Employee assistance program that allows for covered behavioral health visits
Paid vacation, personal and sick time off
The State of Indiana offers other generous leave policies covering a variety of employee needs
12 company paid holidays, 14 on election years
Qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Patient Safety Program Coordinator Grand Forks
Synensys is a veteran-owned small business providing consulting, learning, and analytical services to healthcare organizations to improve patient safety, team performance, and other key organizational performance outcomes. Our team is multi-disciplinary, representing extensive experience in medicine, nursing, management, instructional design, customer service, engineering, and information technology.
We have partnered with over 500 healthcare organizations in 9 countries including government, military health, public and private hospitals, clinics, and office-based practices.
Synensys employs patient safety professionals at Air Force Medical Treatment Facilities (MTF) around the world pursuant to a DoD contract in which we have proudly been the incumbent contractor/subcontractor since 2012.
As a Patient Safety Program Coordinator (PSPC) you will work closely with MTF leadership to foster and promote a data-driven culture of safety. You will identify, recommend, and aid in the implementation of process improvements (PI) that facilitate safer care. You will collaborate closely with the Chief of the Medical Staff (SGH), PI staff, Quality Management (QM), and Risk Management (RM) offices. You will be responsible for coordination of Root Cause Analyses (RCAs), Proactive Risk Assessments (PRAs), and other patient-safety initiatives brought about by the event reporting and proactive risk assessment functions.
Other duties may include but are not limited to:
Event and near miss reporting: Provide consultation on how MTFs should use data to identify system and process issues that could have or did result in harm; assist with classifying reported events and advising on what level of assessment is required.
Education and training activities: Orient and educate MTF staff on key patient safety principles and on elements of a reliable safety culture.
Foster effective teamwork: Assist with facility-wide implementation of healthcare team training using techniques such as Train-the-Trainer, Train-the-Staff On-site, and awareness training including TeamSTEPPS.
Bachelor's degree in nursing or health care related field.
Four (4) years of experience in healthcare or patient safety related field, or equivalent.
Experience in a civilian inpatient or outpatient medical facility.
Basic skills in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate patient safety concepts to leadership and management.
Documented experience with performing RCAs and PRAs.
Proficient in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to a broad range of functional areas related to Lean Six Sigma and other commercial quality/performance improvement practices.
Excellent written and oral communications skills including previous public speaking/training facilitation.
Experience with patient safety aspects of healthcare accreditation (TJC or AAAHC) is preferable.
All new hires attend a 1-day orientation at Air Force Medical Operations Agency (AFMOA) in San Antonio, TX and also attend the DoD Patient Safety Professional Course at the Defense Health Agency headquarters near Washington, D.C. within their first 90 days.
Synensys offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long term disability plans, paid time off, 10 paid company holidays and a 401(k) with company match.
All candidates that are extended a job interview for this position will be asked to take an online computer skills assessment in Excel and PowerPoint. Synensys conducts background checks and a pre-employment drug test on all candidates who receive a written offer of employment.
Synensys is committed to providing its employees with a work environment that is free of unlawful discrimination on the basis of any legally protected status including race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, citizenship, disability, protected veterans or other status protected by law.
RN Program Coordinator - Regulatory Safety
Job Type: Full-time
Scheduled Hours per 2 Week Pay Period: 80
Daily Schedule: Days
Weekend Required: None
Location: Franciscan Medical Group
CHI Franciscan Health has exciting and rewarding careers with competitive salaries and benefits. We are a family of hospitals, health care services, and medical providers delivering compassionate care to people throughout the South Puget Sound. We are part of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the largest not-for-profit health care systems in the country.
Our mission is to deliver high quality care that meets our patients' medical needs while providing emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families. We believe this three-part approach — physical, emotional, and spiritual — is essential to healing the whole person. Come join our team!
This job is responsible for providing clinic support and coordination for the implementation of Patient Safety and Accreditation and Licensing programs. An incumbent assures all facets of patient safety are identified, and coordinated into a comprehensive plan, and that Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) clinics are aligned with regulatory requirements and standards established through state and federal regulations. An incumbent conducts ongoing regulatory compliance activities through extensive FMG clinic safety/regulatory rounding, assessing current standards/ identifying compliance gaps, reporting vulnerabilities to leadership and key stakeholders and preparing reports/plans of correction for remediation by management.
Work also includes: 1) assisting in review/trending of FMG incident report information and providing quality information for presentations and for physician performance evaluation; 2) providing guidance and coaching to FMG management aimed at achieving continuous readiness and compliance with licensure, accreditation and with state and federal regulations; and 3) coordinating clinic compliance activities with external stakeholders.
Work requires knowledge of clinic-related regulations and safety requirements. An incumbent is accountable for keeping knowledge and skills current in assigned subject area(s) through self-education, community networking and professional organization offerings.
Coordinates safety, regulatory, accreditation and licensing program activities for compliance with the Washington State Department of Health (DOH), Conditions of Participation (CoPs) and other state and federal standards, rules and regulations in FMG Clinics.
Performs annual environment of care safety/regulatory inspections; documents findings and develops action plans based on variances identified; maintains records and follows up with leadership and/or clinic manager to ensure compliance with provisions of the action plan; monitors compliance and escalates non-compliance to management.
Participates in the Clinical Risk Management Incentive Plan (CRMIP); identifies projects and works proactively to ensure incentive plan requirements are met; maintains CRMIP records and documents.
Coordinates/participates in performance improvement initiatives.
Identifies regulatory compliance gaps and mentors leadership in developing plans to address and close the gaps to achieve outcomes, promote safe practices and achieve sustainable compliance with regulatory standards.
Facilitates ongoing FMG clinic activities to ensure regulatory and safety requirements are met.
Coaches leaders in the implementation of action plans for ongoing process improvement to meet patient, employee and environmental health care and safety standards.
Leads the implementation of regulatory or safety-related policies and facilitates standardization across clinics where practical and necessary.
Develops and recommends necessary improvement and corrective actions to FMG leadership/staff and follows implementation to completion.
Facilitates compliance with safety and regulatory requirements for FMG clinics; updates management on regulatory and safety initiatives and concerns.
Maintains current knowledge of clinic risk, regulatory and safety requirements in accordance with established regulatory standards and guidelines (e.g. DOH, OSHA, HIPAA, etc).
Facilitates implementation of the bi-annual AHRQ Safety Culture Survey; tracks results and provides findings to management.
Coordinates and/or leads the FMG safety and safe patient handling committees; keeps management apprised of progress and barriers.
Collaborates with clinic educator(s) on required elements for safety training and disaster preparedness education; facilitates compliance with regulatory requirements.
Communicates requirements and collaborates with educator(s) to ensure education compliance with regulatory requirements related to point of care testing, sterilizer utilization, radiology requirements, etc.; consults with educator(s) on content delivery and tracking of education compliance.
Consults on new clinic acquisition and conducts a risk assessment; documents and communicates results to key internal stakeholders to facilitate regulatory and safety compliance.
Provides consultative services, coaches and facilitates key stakeholders and staff to help mitigate/resolve potential safety, health and environmental issues/deficiencies/violations (within defined scope of responsibility) in accordance with established clinic requirements and policy.
Serves as subject matter expert on regulatory issues, patient safety and accreditation; interprets and clarifies accreditation, CoP, DOH and other health care related safety standards.
Reviews and analyses complex patient safety events requiring knowledge of regulatory requirements.
Facilitates the implementation of survey readiness and regulatory education and communication plan for assigned hospitals and services.
Facilitates change in clinical practice based on findings from data collection, surveillance, studies and research; participates collaboratively in safety-related performance improvement activities/initiatives and in achieving quality/safety goals.
Works collaboratively with all levels of FMG Leadership/staff to manage processes designed to promote clinic-wide patient safety initiatives and to improve quality of care.
Provides education and regulatory updates to FMG Leadership, medical staff and management regarding changes in accreditation standards, COP or licensing regulations.
Works collaboratively with Risk Management, Infection Prevention/Employee Health, Informatics, Medical Staff and Education Services to facilitate communication and implementation of FMG quality improvement and safety plans.
Works collaboratively with Risk Management in facilitating analyses of problem processes or adverse events that have the potential to patient safety.
Works collaboratively with Quality Management personnel, medical staff and Infection Prevention on performance improvement initiatives or activities.
Collaborates with all levels of leadership and staff as needed to identify, review, follow-up and resolve patient safety and care concerns.
Performs related duties as required.
Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Bachelor's degree in a healthcare related field and graduation from an accredited school of nursing and four years of progressively responsible experience in a clinic or acute care setting that demonstrates the attainment of the requisite job knowledge, skills and abilities.
Or, any equivalent combination of education and experience which meets licensure requirements and provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the position.
- Current licensure as a Registered Nurse by the Washington State Nursing Commission.
Safety Program Coordinator
Wabtec Global Services is seeking a Safety Program Coordinator for our Repair Facility located in Kansas City, MO. Wabtec Global Services provides repair and service for customers in the Railroad Industry.
This position will provide professional knowledge and expertise in the operation and support of environmental health and safety programs in compliance with regulatory agency guidelines and institutional policies. Responsibilities will include the coordination and implementation of policies and procedures to ensure a safe and healthy working environment.
Coordinates and oversees independent safety evaluations and monitoring to assess safety and health issues. Evaluates and interprets results to advise management regarding necessary corrective actions.
Provides expertise for highly specialized problems such as facility design, research protocols utilizing hazardous materials, hazardous waste management, fire/life safety standards, and other occupational exposure issues. Develops and conducts safety training for employees. Stays informed of policies, guidelines, and regulations relating to environmental health and safety.
Stays informed of policies, guidelines, and regulations from governmental agencies. Develops standard operating procedures and other written guidelines. Conduct safety and health walk-through inspections of the workplace facility.
Maintain OSHA log Compile, analyze, interpret, and report accidents. Review property and injury reports. Responsible for the overall administration of workers compensation program.
Purchase all safety supplies, products or training items required. Advises management of potentially hazardous conditions.
B.S. in safety, environmental, or health management and compliance or equivalent experienc
5-7 years of experience in the field or in a related area
Computer proficiency (MS Word, Excel, EMS Learning Systems)
Specialized equipment used in this job
Computer and MS Office, personal protective equipment
Other skills and qualifications Excellent verbal and written communication/language skills required to include the ability to provide written and verbal instructions, compile and present business reports/correspondence, and present information clearly. Knowledge of regulatory requirements, Company policies concerning hazardous materials, and/or occupational safety.
Knowledge of how to receive, store, use hazardous materials, and/or occupational hazards as well as cleanup/containment of hazardous materials. Ability to cooperate and interpersonal skills to work in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
After School Education And Safety (Ases) Program Site Coordinator - Intervention Programs (2018-2019 School Year)
After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program Site Coordinator - Intervention Programs (2018-2019 School Year)
Modesto City Schools
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
195 work days per year
4/26/2018 11:55 PM Pacific
Range 106 ($282.04 - $306.92 per day) plus $278 per month medical premium reduction (if elected) and additional $110 per month District-paid benefit contribution.
4/13/2018 Application Deadline:
4/26/2018 11:55 PM Pacific Employment Type:
Full Time Length of Work Year:
195 work days per year Salary:
Range 106 ($282.04 - $306.92 per day) plus $278 per month medical premium reduction (if elected) and additional $110 per month District-paid benefit contribution. Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1 Contact: Erica Miranda Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (209) 492-5033
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Requirements for Applying
Two years successful experience working with youth in a social, educational or organizational environment; High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate or California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE) Certificate; Valid California Driver's License.
Requirements for Applying
Two years successful experience working with youth in a social, educational or organizational environment; High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate or California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE) Certificate; Valid California Driver's License.
All applicants must meet the minimum qualifications (i.e., experience, education, etc.) as listed on the job description in order to be considered for an interview. All applicants must apply online through Edjoin.
Modesto City Schools shall not unlawfully discriminate against or tolerate the harassment of employees or job applicants on the basis of their sex, race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, age over 40, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, Vietnam era veteran status, or actual or perceived sexual orientation. Questions regarding the District's non-discrimination policy can be directed to Deputy Superintendent, Chief Human Resources Official, 426 Locust Street, Modesto, CA 95351 or by phone at (209) 574-1606.
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Program Coordinator Sr - Medication Safety
Partners with medication safety leadership team to identify and implement the operational needs of the SCH medication safety program. Organizes and supports teams involved in medication safety improvements across the organization. Assists in the implementation and improvement plans for key projects/programs and initiatives related to medication safety. Ensures established organizational follow up for initiatives and other projects. Works with the Medication Safety Teams, Leaders and external partners to ensure consistent and high quality outcomes, improving the visibility of safety across the organization.
Bachelor's Degree in Business, Project/Program Management, Marketing, or related field
Progressively responsible experience supporting professionals in healthcare.
Minimum of 3 years experience of project/program management/coordination with cross functional teams.
Demonstrated experience in drafting, editing and creating written communications and/or reports.
Experience in a health care setting.
Experience with information collection management systems.
Required Credentials: N/A
- Experience working with electronic health record including collecting auditing and /or analyzing data.
Senior Program Coordinator For Safety Initiatives (12910)
(Those who previously applied need not re-apply)
Reporting to the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Safety and Security in the Office of Safety and Youth Development, the Senior Program Coordinator for Safety Initiatives will support school communities with safety-related projects, and will be responsible for establishing and maintaining safety policies and managing projects designed to provide safe learning environments in schools. Performs related work.
Reports to: Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Safety and Security
Direct Reports: N/A
Key Relationships: The Senior Program Coordinator for Safety Initiatives works closely with OSYD staff, Borough Safety Directors, school-based personnel and administrators, Field Support Centers, and community-based organizations as well as other City agencies.
Works closely with OSYD safety team to support school-based personnel (e.g., Principals, Assistant Principals, Guidance Counselors, and Deans) with safety-related projects designed to improve school culture and climate and provide safe learning environments.
Develops, maintains, and updates safety related communications materials for school-based staff and administrators.
Identifies areas within school environments in need of improvement, gathers information and analyzes data, and assists schools in developing best practice standards for safety and security.
Collects and analyzes data related to Achieve Now Academy Program, designed for over-age and under-credited students.
Oversees safety trainings conducted by OSYD's safety team and Borough Safety Directors.
Coordinates monthly meetings with Borough Safety Directors.
Attends and presents at joint OSYD and Field Support Center monthly safety meetings.
Coordinate safety and security for joint public hearings, Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) meetings, Community Education Councils (CEC) meetings, and community events such as town halls.
Works with the Office of Family and Community Engagement to respond to parent and community inquiries related to safety received at community events.
Works closely with various DOE offices and other City agencies pertaining to safety initiatives.
Problem-solves and responds to safety questions and concerns from the Chancellor's Strategic Response Group, Emergency Information Center, public schools, charter schools, DOE staff members, parents, community-based organizations, and the public.
Deploys resources to support school communities in crisis.
Performs outreach to community-based organizations as needed.
Responsible for responding to any parent inquiries received by the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Safety and Security.
Supports the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Safety and Security with day-to-day administrative and oversight activities.
Organizes and schedules meetings and events including preparation of agendas, information packets, and materials.
A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and two years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties described above; or
High school graduation or equivalent and six years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties as described above; or
Education and/or experience which is equivalent to "1" or "2" above. However, all candidates must have at least one year of experience as described in "1" above.
Knowledge of DOE policies and procedures regarding safety and security, including Chancellor's Regulations, School Safety Plans (SSPs), and Discipline Code.
Exceptional communication and organizational skills.
Strong background knowledge of academic programs and school environments.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Applications, e.g., Outlook, Excel, and Access.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to think strategically.
Strong leadership skills and experience managing projects.
Internal candidates preferred.
(Internal candidates who are selected for this position and who currently hold comparable or less senior positions within the DOE will not make less than their current salary.)
Please include a resume and cover letter with your application.
Applications will be accepted through April 18, 2018 until 3:00 p.m.
NOTE: The filling of all positions is subject to budget availability and/or grant funding.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
It is the policy of the Department of Education of the City of New York to provide educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship status, age, marital status, partnership status, disability, sexual orientation, gender (sex), military status, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as permitted by law), predisposing genetic characteristics, or status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual offenses and stalking, and to maintain an environment free of harassment on any of the above-noted grounds, including sexual harassment or retaliation. Inquiries regarding compliance with this equal opportunity policy may be directed to: Office of Equal Opportunity, 65 Court Street, Room 1102, Brooklyn, New York 11201, or visit the OEO website at http://schools.nyc.gov/OEO
Safety Program Coordinator
Position Purpose:Under the general direction of the Director of Accreditation & Regulatory Compliance, the position is responsible for coordinating the Environment of Care and Life Safety Management programs in compliance with standards promulgated under applicable accrediting bodies, ensuring effective patient safety systems are in place. The incumbent will ensure compliance with related jurisdictional codes and standards assuring a safe environment for staff, visitors and patients.Nature and Scope:This position manages the Environment of Care (EOC) Management Programs and is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of safety policies and procedures both departmental and health system wide.
In addition, the role acts as a resource to hospital and Medical Staff regarding interpretation of safety practices and policies. The incumbent assists Hospital in establishing indicators/monitors based on organizational experience, applicable law and regulation. The incumbent ensures that the functional areas of the Environment of Care are reviewed on a recurring basis for effectiveness, evaluation and improvement in area identified.This position monitors and/or maintains the record keeping for required programs such as Safety Data Sheets, fire drills, and reports, etc.The position collects data on safety practice in terms of patient care and facility management.
The position analyzes the data and provides reports to regulatory agencies and the EOC Safety Committee for final analysis and action. The position conducts additional studies of unusual occurrences. This position may participate in the orientation of new employees to the Environment of Care Management program and yearly mandatory education.
It serves as a resource for other training and educational needs. The position monitors compliance with safety-related policies and regulatory agencies, and results will be directed to the Environment of Care Committees and specific department managers for corrective action.Compliance will be ensured through conducting tests, fire drills, building inspections, hazard surveillance inspections, and participation in system and procedure tests of fire safety systems. Regular audits and self-assessments of the safety program documents, historical records, permits and licenses, including ILSM and ICRA evaluations and records, is a significant part of managing the program.
The position is a member of the Environment of Care Committees.This position has the responsibility to ensure action is taken to mitigate conditions or actions that pose an immediate threat to life. The position is responsible for keeping abreast of current safety practices as well as new and innovative programs through reading and participating in professional organizations.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIESAdvanced knowledge of the components of a safety management program including but not limited to:§ General Safety and Security§ Safety Education§ Fire Safety§ Hazard Communication§ Hazardous Materials emergency response§ Medical Equipment Management programs§ Utility Management programs§ OSHA ComplianceBroad knowledge of environmental and personal exposure monitoring methods.Problem solving skills to effectively handle emergency situations.Communication skills to plan and prepare materials for effective presentation to groups of various sizes and constituencies.Ability to interact effectively with a large range of people.Current knowledge of standards and regulations applicable to all areas of safety and the Environment of Care Safety Program.Knowledge of statistics.Writing skills to translate technical data into clear and concise reports, develop training materials, write policies and procedures and correspond with others by memo, letter and email.This position does not provide patient care.
Requirements - Required and/or PreferredEducation:Must have working-level knowledge of the English language, including reading, writing and speaking English.
Bachelor of Science degree in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Chemistry, or a closely related field preferred.Experience:Five years of hospital experience with at least three years direct involvement in Environment of Care. Applicants must be knowledgeable of OSHA and Joint Commission standards applicable to hospitals. Applicants must be knowledgeable of computer operations including Excel, PowerPoint and other presentation software.License(s):N/ACertification(s):CHSP, CHEM or equivalent preferred
Computer / Typing:Must possess, or be able to obtain within 90 days, the computer skills necessary to complete online learning requirements for job-specific competencies, access online forms and policies, complete online benefits enrollment, etc.
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