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Site-Specific Area Staff Openings:

Area Site Managers -

Shared Harvest | myCovidMD™ is looking for an organized and reliable multi-tasker to join our team as a Pop-Up Site Manager for our “pop-up” COVID-19 testing and vaccination events. This position would involve real-time and in-person coordination of volunteers and attendees at myCovidMD™ pop-up events in Los Angeles County under supervision of the Program Director and Chief Medical Officer. The Site Manager will direct clinical site leads as well as nonclinical site leads. The Site Manager will also be responsible for finding sponsors for student loan debt relief rewards programs for volunteers at pop-ups, and will be required to show measurable performance and success in this area. Applicants should be detail-oriented, work well in teams, and adept at managing multiple responsibilities at once. Impeccable communication skills are a must-have as well as proficiency with technology and strong attention to detail. Applicants need to be comfortable with managing expectations in high-stress environments and providing comfort to partners and clients. The Site Manager will be responsible for reporting any volunteer feedback. Site Managers will be assigned to a specific site or area of the city and will be responsible for being present at each pop-up event therein and/or will be responsible for arranging their own internal replacement if attendance is not possible. 

Hours: 

15 to 20 hours per week during production week. 5 to 10 hours during non-production weeks.

Salary:

Stipend – $2200 to $2500 per month.

Clinical Site Leads -

Shared Harvest | myCovidMD™ is looking for a certified allied health professional with excellent organization and exemplary intrapersonal skills to be the Clinical Site Lead at our “pop-up” COVID-19 testing and vaccination events. The Clinical Site Lead will be in-person and on-ground at our pop-up events in Los Angeles. This position involves the oversight of all clinical pop-up volunteers (our Community Health Partners and Health Equity Corps); medical supplies and resources; educational material; and data input and compliance. The Clinical Site Lead will also provide creative and fact-based input to addressing healthcare disparities and improving health equity. Medical students, nursing students, and active nurses/RNs are encouraged to apply. Experience managing teams of clinical staff is preferred. Clinical site leads will be assigned to a specific area or site in the city and will be expected to attend all pop-ups within this assignment. The Clinical Site Lead must be available for 4 to 5 hours the day prior to a pop-up as well as present at the pop-up event for the full day (including set-up and break-down). The Clinical Site Lead will also be responsible for helping to facilitate the volunteer orientation webinars and taking attendance of all clinical volunteers present in webinars and at events. Clinical Site Leads will report to the Site Manager and Chief Medical Officer. Applicants should be skilled at working in a team with many moving parts and should be comfortable managing expectations in high-stress situations. As such, communication skills must be impeccable.

Hours: 

5 to 10 hours per week during production week, not including the full day attendance of event.

Salary:

Stipend – $500 to $1200 per event, based on qualifications.

Non-Clinical Site Leads -

Shared Harvest | myCovidMD™ is seeking a motivated team-player with excellent organizational skills to take on the role of Non-Clinical Site Lead at “pop-up” COVID-19 testing and vaccination events in and around Los Angeles, CA. The Non-Clinical Site Lead will oversee all non-clinical volunteers at pop-up events. Applicants should have exemplary intrapersonal communication skills, and will be asked to lead volunteers with organized kindness and understanding. Responsibilities for this position on the day of a pop-up event include: taking the attendance of all non-clinical volunteers; the set-up and break-down of pod stations; managing the volunteer booth at events, this includes managing the food set-up for volunteers; managing observation booths; managing trash clean up; and managing the “Seventh Heaven” giveaway station. Non-Clinical Site Leads will also have to manage inventory at events, including ensuring that all signs are present and correct, and all volunteers are properly attired (t-shirt supplies are adequate). Flawless organization is necessary. During and immediately following pop-up events, the Non-Clinical Site Lead will collect volunteer feedback and will report this feedback to the Site Manager. The Non-Clinical Site Lead will also be responsible for procuring sponsorships for each event for the volunteer Student Loan Debt Relief program and other volunteer rewards programs. This position is site specific, and as such, Non-Clinical Site Leads will be assigned to certain areas or certain pop-up events. The Non-Clinical Site Leads are expected to be present at all events within the assigned area.

Hours: 

15 to 20 hours per week during production week, and 5 to 10 hours during non-production weeks.

Salary:

Stipend – $300  per event, or part-time positions available at $18-$24 per hour.

Medical Screening and Vaccination Team Members -

Shared Harvest | myCovidMD™ is seeking certified allied health professionals to join our team for COVID-19 pop-up testing and vaccination events in the greater Los Angeles area to provide medical patient screenings and vaccinations. Applicants must have excellent intrapersonal skills, be culturally competent and understanding, and be comfortable working in a fast-paced team environment. Medical Screening/Vaccination Team Members will be site-specific, and will be assigned to certain areas of Los Angeles or specific event sites. It is expected that these team members will attend most events within their assigned area. Responsibilities for members of the Medical Screening and Vaccination Team will include: providing medical screenings based on CDC and state guidelines; administering vital checks; administering vaccines; helping non-clinical volunteers to set-up and break-down pod stations before and after events. All Screening and Vaccination Team Members will be expected to comply with all health and safety protocols. Applicants should have excellent organizational skills and have the ability to follow directions exactly.

Hours: 

8 to 10 hours during events.

Salary:

Hourly, $30 to $55 per hour depending on credentials. 

Part-Time Position Openings:

Part-Time Positions are 3 to 6 months.

Technical Lead, IT/Network Technician -

Shared Harvest | myCovidMD™ is looking for a qualified IT/Network Technician that will install and maintain computer systems and networks in order for the organization to achieve highest technical functionality. Also versed in some level of software development and can readily communicate and serve as a Project Manager as needed with dev shop. A successful IT/Network Technician must have a thorough knowledge of computer software and hardware as well as an understanding of a variety of internet applications, networks, and operating systems. The Ideal candidate would also have excellent troubleshooting abilities and attention to detail. The Shared Harvest Technical Lead will also train in-house users of the systems to ensure effective, efficient, and safe usage of the IT infrastructure. Necessary skills thus include clear interpersonal communication.

Responsibilities for this position include:
A qualified IT/Network technician would be able to design and install well-functioning computer networks, connections and cabling. These networks must then be maintained in ways that optimize performance and the IT/Network technician must be able to ensure the security and privacy of aforementioned networks and computer systems. A technician should have an understanding of LAN/WAN networks, TCP/IP protocols, and network technologies, as well as the ability to inspect LAN infrastructure and fix minor or major problems/bugs therein. Applicants must also be adept at troubleshooting in order to quickly overcome system failures and to identify and resolve any bottlenecks to ensure long-term efficiency of network use. The IT/Network Technician should also be able to set up pop-up testing site workstations and ipads all other necessary peripheral devices (routers, printers, etc.). To guarantee functionality of physical tech, the technician must have an understanding of computer hardware and software and be able to solve technical problems. It is also required that applicants have the interpersonal skills to be able to provide orientation and guidance to volunteers and coworkers on computer and network usage using comprehensive advice and instructions as well as the ability to install and configure appropriate software according to the needs of users. An IT/Network Technician with our organization must work with the goal of the advancement of the entire team: upgrades and maintenance must be scheduled to not interfere with the work of others and orientations and guidance must be provided to users on how to operate any new software. Excellent and clear recordkeeping is also necessary in order to log all repairs, replacements, and the maintenance schedule so that it may also be possible to detect network or equipment failures or shortages.

Requirements for this position:
Applicants must have a degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a relevant field AND/OR must have proven experience as an IT/Network Technician or in a similar, relevant position. It is also a requirement that applicants have excellent diagnostic, problem solving, and analytical skills. Communication, organization, and time management skills are also necessary for success in this position. IT/Network Technicians should also have an in-depth understanding of diverse computer systems and networks, knowledge of LAN/WAN networks, TCP/IP protocols, and network technologies. Security and privacy principles are paramount and any applicants should have total understanding of internet security and data privacy. Certification as an IT/Network Technician is preferred (e.g. A+, Network+, etc.). Also proficiency in webapp development, mobile systems, and state mandated vaccination systems (PrepMod and myTurn).

Hours: 

Full time with flexibility surrounding technical emergencies.

Salary:

Credential dependent. 

Full-Time Position Openings:

MEDI-CAL/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer -

Shared Harvest | myCovidMD™ is looking for a detail-oriented and dedicated individual to join our team as a MEDI-CAL/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst. An employee in this position will promote healthcare compliance related to all clinical/business activities and support billing and medical record documentation. A qualified Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst must perform highly responsible, professional, administrative, and technical work providing compliance oversight. In this position, the Officer would work closely with regulators to ensure exact compliance with any and all regulations surrounding all clinical/business activities.

Responsibilities of this role include:
A qualified MEDI-CAL/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst must develop, implement, and manage a compliance program for our organization. Once a program is developed, the Officer would ensure constant compliance with the program. All programming must additionally be in accordance with the regulations set forth by the United States Office of the Inspector General (OIG). For specific clinical/business events, the Officer would coordinate with federal and state regulators and make any necessary changes to the protocol to ensure constant compliance with any changing regulations. The Officer must review, assess, study, and analyze the overall coding, billing, documentation and reimbursement system for compliance problems and noncompliant activities. Additionally, protocol for proper reporting channels for compliance issues must be created and followed closely. Attention to detail is necessary, as the Officer must be able to closely read and research laws, regulations, guidelines, and best practices that govern the healthcare industry in order to ensure that any affiliated healthcare entities are completely compliant.

Requirements for the position:
Previous medical/billing compliance officer experience is preferred. A qualified MEDI-CAL/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst must be extremely detail oriented. A systemic approach to addressing problems, researching laws and regulations, and implementing programs is necessary. An Officer must also closely follow rules regarding how to process and bill claims. Excellent interpersonal communication skills are necessary, as all programming, protocols, and plans must be circulated with the entire team and any necessary clarifications must be made.

Hours: 

Full time.

Salary:

Credential dependent.