Administrative & Provider Coordinator: PT 30 hours per week, HourlyThe Opportunity: At End of Life Washington (EOLWA), we envision a world where people understand their end-of-life choices and can die on their own terms without barriers.End of Life Washington upholds your right to the full range of end-of-life choices, including Death with Dignity (DWD), through advocacy, education, and support.EOLWA providesfree end-of-life counseling and client support servicesthroughout the State of Washington to qualified clients who desire a peaceful death.We encourage advance planning and set a new standard in Washington for advance planning documents with our End of Life Washington Advance Directive.EOLWA was a key player leading the coalition that passed Initiative 1000–the Washington Death with Dignity Act–into law in 2008.We now steward, protect, and uphold the law.Our work is focused on protecting, increasing, and strengthening a full range of end-of-life choices, including using the Death with Dignity Law in the State of Washington.We are committed to being genuinely inclusive, welcoming, and competent to serve Washingtonians across a spectrum of age, class race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic status, and ability. considering their end-of-life options.The Administrative & Provider Coordinator lives in Washington State and is responsible for a combination of day-to-day operations, health care provider and client services support, technology, and development tasks at End of Life Washington. This position also helps with volunteer support and coordinates related effort with a variety of EOLWA staff, volunteers, and Board of Directors. The ideal candidate will be a motivated, collaborative community-builder with a positive, can-do attitude and a commitment to supporting equitable, diverse, and inclusive end-of-life choices. They will bring excellent written and verbal communication skills, an exceptional eye for detail, and a talent for creating order out of ambiguity. This position will need to quickly learn and work with a variety of technologies.ResponsibilitiesProvider Coordination (50%)Support and coordinate with providers volunteering their time to provide Death with Dignity support to EOLWA clients. For example:oReceive and file digital medical records.oRespond to referral requests.oAssign clients to providers.oSupport providers with completing and filing paperwork.oProvide basic tech support to providers.Work with the Client Services Manager and Operations Manager to develop and maintain processes to maintain HIPAA compliance and manage EOLWAs Electronic Medical System (EMR). For example:oOwn basic data entry and coordination tasks in the Electronic Medical System (EMR) for EOLWA.oProvide first-line support, communication, and training for Providers joining the EMR system.oMaintain HIPAA compliance (training provided).Administrative Support (50%)Manage the Volunteer and Provider document libraries, ensuring that documents are organized and up to date and creating and posting new documents as needed.Support the Client Services Manager before, during, and after volunteer meetings and events.Help onboard, orient, and support volunteers, including managing relevant paperwork.Help with office management tasks such as checking mail, ordering office supplies, and keeping the office tidy and organized.Provide basic technology support for staff and volunteers, escalating as needed.Own donation data entry, ensuring that donor data is clean and up to date.OtherMeet all deadlines, including administrative deadlines. Take on additional duties as assigned.Ensure that all efforts above contribute to advancing a genuinely welcoming, inclusive, and equitable approach to end-of-life choices for staff, volunteers, and clients across a spectrum of age, class race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic status, and ability.Collaborate and coordinate effectively with co-workers and volunteers.Required Qualifications:In addition to robust skills needed to excel in the responsibilities listed above, we are excited to work with a colleague who brings the following qualities and skills to our team:Skill, experience, and commitment to contributing to a genuinely welcoming, inclusive, and equitable working environment with staff, volunteers, and clients across a spectrum of age, class race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic status, and ability.Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, in English.Ability to take initiative and to think strategically, identify and solve problems quickly.Ability to discern and focus on priorities, while taking advantage of unexpected opportunities.Willingness to embrace learning new technologies and processes, adapt quickly to process changes, and help shape effective processes.Excellent time management skills and ability to work independently with minimum supervision.A personal commitment to EOLWAs mission.Must be residing in Washington State by the first day of employment.Reports to:Operations ManagerCoordinates with: Client Services ManagerSalary/Benefits: $21.63 – $24.05 per hour. Depending on experience.Current benefits available to staff working 20 or more hours weekly include: flexible work hours, a very generous benefits package of health care, vision, and dental insurance at no cost to the employee; annual retirement contribution; 16 days per year of PTO to start, increasing yearly; 11 paid holidays, paid jury duty, parental leave, and bereavement leave.To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: . Include EOLWA Administrative & Provider Coordinator as the Subject.Interviews will begin as soon as February 1, 2021.End of Life Washington strictly follows personnel procedures that will ensure equal opportunity for all people without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ancestry, marital status, or disability.Tracking

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