Organization: Philadelphia Department of Public Health – HepCAP
This position involves high level oversight, staff supervision, and project management for the C-Change program. The Project Coordinator will oversee and coordinate the efforts of the C-Change patient navigators, and will serve as a connection between Hepatitis C Allies of Philadelphia (HepCAP), the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH), the Health Federation of Philadelphia, the C-Change sites (Centers of Excellence [COE] for medication assisted treatment and Prevention Point Philadelphia) and the C-Change staff, including the Principal Investigator (PI) and the Co-Principal Investigators (Co-PIs), and the funders. The coordinator will develop and manage Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) between the COEs and the Health Federation. They will also ensure that MOU deliverables are met. They will oversee the linkage coordination component of this project by supervising the navigators and ensuring that each C-Change site has a process in place to work with their assigned navigator(s). The coordinator will also be responsible for creating the database for and maintaining the data collected from the research component of the study. The person filling this position will work very closely with Health Federation staff, HepCAP, the PI and Co-PIs, and PDPH staff to ensure project objectives are met.