REACH Hep C Program Coordinator

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine 

To apply, submit cover letter and resume to Jeffrey Weiss at

Full/Part-time: Full-Time

Salary Range: $62,571 to $82,000

Mode Type: Hybrid

Project Description:

The REAH Program is a primary-care clinic for people who use drugs (PWUD) at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Using a multidisciplinary team model, REACH provides harm reduction-focused primary care, medications for opioid and alcohol use disorder, and Hep C testing and treatment. The clinical team is committed to harm reduction and trauma-informed approaches to patient care that acknowledge systemic racial injustice and provide respectful, compassionate, and equitable care for all patients.

The Hep C Program Coordinator’s role is to coordinate all Hep C care and treatment initiatives within the REACH Program. The Hep C Program Coordinator is responsible for tracking all Hep C grant deliverables and monitoring their successful implementation and progress. The Program Coordinator cultivates and manages the relationships with external partners and supervises REACH Program Community Health Workers. The Hep C Program Coordinator tracks Hep C referrals and oversees all Hep C program data entry.

The Hep C Program Coordinator is supervised by the Program Director and the Program Manger. The Hep C Program Coordinator is expected to spend at least 80% of the time in the field/office with the option to work 20% of the time remotely (after the probationary period). The field locations include substance use treatment programs throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.


  • Develop and monitor workflows and utilize data to ensure effective Hep C Program operations
  • Spearhead and Track Continuous Quality Improvement Initiatives
  • Cultivate strong working relationships by maintaining regular communication with external Hep C Program partners, including partners at Inpatient Substance Use Programs, Opioid Treatment Programs and other Community Based Organizations
  • Coordinate and regularly attend meetings with internal and external Hep C Program partners
  • Coordinate and track new referrals from and with partner agencies
  • Utilize innovative strategies to engage potential partners and potential patients around the REACH Program’s Hep C services
  • Assist Program Director and Program Manager with outreach event planning
  • Supervise community health workers in collaboration with the Program Manager
  • Provide education to potential patients about Hep C screening, infection, and treatment
  • Draft monthly reports and other grant deliverables for funding agencies to meet reporting deadlines
  • Oversee and contribute to data entry and management
  • Assist with the development of marketing and educational materials to support Hep C Program activities
  • Supervise Hep C rapid testing program
  • Conduct program presentations at partner agencies and conferences
  • Contribute to program publications
  • Contribute to grant applications


  • Master’s degree required (MPH, MPA, MSW)
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred
  • Knowledge of Hep C and drug user health
  • Familiarity with data management platforms (e.g. REDCcap)
  • Exceptionally well organized and detail-oriented
  • Exceptional communication and collaboration skills
  • Excellent written skills
  • Compassionate and personable
  • Commitment to working with clients with substance use disorders/psychiatric disorders
  • Cultural competency in working with priority populations (racial/ethic minorities, homeless, justice-involved, people who inject drugs

To apply, submit cover letter and resume to Jeffrey Weiss at

Last Updated on March 11, 2024 by HepFree NYC

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