Hep B Program Coordinator: Center for Asian Health


Full-time position as Hepatitis B Program Coordinator.

The Hepatitis B Program Coordinator will be responsible for development and implementation of a community-based hepatitis B outreach, screening and linkage-to-care program in the Asian community in New Jersey as part of a CDC-funded grant.


Center for Asian Health, Saint Barnabas Medical Center
101 Old Short Hills Rd. Suite 408, West Orange, NJ 07052


The Coordinator will report to the Medical Director and will work closely with community members, health care providers, hospital staff, the NJ Hepatitis B Coalition, grant and CDC personnel to:

  • Build relationships with local community groups and physicians
  • Plan and carry out outreach and screening events
  • Contact patients and navigate them into care
  • Maintain a patient care database
  • Prepare reports per CDC requirements
  • Conduct educational outreach to healthcare providers on hepatitis B
  • Assist with NJ Hepatitis B Coalition activities (emails, meetings, minutes)


  • Bachelors degree with experience or Masters preferred (or equivalent combination of education and experience in public health, health or administrative field)
  • Fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese required
  • Highly-motivated, self-driven individual interested in community health
  • Some program or project management experienced
  • Able to thrive in a team-based setting but also work independently
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint
  • Database experience
  • Able to work occasional nights/weekends
  • Must have good recommendations


Barnabas Health offers excellent benefits which include competitive compensation, comprehensive medical/dental benefits, employer matched 401(k) savings plan, PTO program, FSA’s, tuition reimbursement and more.


Commensurate with experience

To Apply:

Interested candidates should send CVs and cover letter to:

Email: Asianhealth@barnabashealth.org or Fax: (973) 322-6886

Interviews begin the week of September 8, 2014 with start date October or November.


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