Title: Project Technician - Exposure Assessment Clinic Logistics $18.17 Exposure Assessment Clinic Logistics $18.17 - $24.95 / Posted thru: 2-15-19
Employee Name: TBD
Supervisor: Deb MacKenzie-Taylor, Toxicology and Response Section Manager
Purpose: This position provides exposure assessment clinical, logistical, and administrative support to the Exposure Assessment and Epidemiology Resource Group within the Toxicology and Response Section in the Division of Environmental Health at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. May also include recruitment support.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Taylor, Toxicology and Response Section Manag Manager
Purpose: This position provides exposure ass assessment clinical, logistical, and adm administrative support to the Exposure Ass Assessment and Epidemiology Resource Group wit within the Toxicology and Response Section in in the Division of Environmental Health at the the Michigan Department of Health and Human Ser Services. May also include recruitment sup support.
Duties and Responsibilities: • Schedule clinical staff for exposure a assessment clinics and ensure sufficient s staffing. • Attend clinics (usually on S Saturdays) to assist in operations. Clinics m may be located throughout the state. • Attend clinic staff trainings. • Create and manage Excel spreadsheets t to ensure clinics are properly scheduled, s staffed, and organized. • Ensure supplies are stocked and r ready. • Frequent travel within the state, i including evenings, weekends, and occasional o overnights. • Scanning and uploading documents i into a database. • Organize and store electronic p project information and documentation. • Assist with program related projects a and activities as needed. • General technical duties as needed. • Provide additional support to the Divi Division of Environmental Health as requ requested.
Education: Possession of a bachelor’s degree or higher in any science-related field. Or, possession of a bachelor’s or higher in any field with 2+ years’ experience in a research or healthcare setting.
experience in a research or healthcare set setting.
Experience: • Proficient in computer applications i including Microsoft Word and Excel. • Ability and willingness to learn o other computer applications such as REDCap. • Ability to organize and complete ass assigned tasks in an accurate and efficient man manner.
Important Skills and Characteristics: • Ability to work and communicate e effectively with others in a team e environment. • Ability to work under stress, and h handle changing priorities. • Ability to communicate with the p public in a professional and courteous m manner. • Willingness to learn scientific t terminology and concepts. • Maintain confidentiality as required by s by state and federal laws.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements: Ph Physical requirements consistent with a st standard office environment. Transport su supplies to sites around the state on a fr frequent basis. Items and supplies can be bu bulky and weigh up to 50lbs. May oc occasionally be exposed to cold or wet we weather conditions.
Requires valid vehicle operator’s license and frequ and frequent travel within the State, including including overnights or weekends. Less occasiona occasionally, travel may be required outside the State the State.
Responsibility for the Work of Others: None.
Impact on Projects, Services, and Opera Operations: This position has an impact on the o the organizational and functional ability of dynam dynamic community engagement and exposure asses assessment responses to sites of envir environmental contamination.
Contact Person/Group Frequency Purpose Deb MacKenzie-Taylor Daily G Guidance & Direction Team Members Daily Coordination of tasks and as assignments
“For purposes of employment standards, this classification is “Non-Exempt” from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.”