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Mobile Health Driver (Part Time)

Location: 1525
Job Code: 607
Pay range: $18.00
Employment duration: Part time
# of openings: 1


About Whitman-Walker Health
At Whitman-Walker, we strive to treat each patient with the dignity, affirmation, and respect they deserve. Our mission is to be the highest quality, culturally competent federally qualified health center serving the greater Washington community, including individuals who face barriers to accessing care, and with expertise in LGBTQ and HIV care. We offer comprehensive health and wellness services including, primary and specialty infectious disease care; behavioral, community, and sexual health; dental, legal, and complimentary wellness services; substance abuse treatment, youth prevention services, and more.

Job Summary
The Mobile Health Driver will provide administrative assistance to the Mobile Health Staff in registering and directing clients. In addition, this position is responsible for driving the Mobile Health van to and from the designated areas and assisting in the maintenance of the vehicle. The role requires driving a medium “U-Haul” size van to various locations in the district. The Mobile Health team consists of Medical Providers and Health Educators. The right candidate must be flexible (long days, not typical 9-5 hours, and available nights and weekends), have excellent communication skills, and have at least a minimal understanding of basic vehicle maintenance.

Primary Essential Duties
 Drives the mobile health van to and from the designated areas, complying with all motor vehicle codes and regulations.
 Assists in maintaining the mobile health van by overseeing preventative maintenance functions, including performing daily/weekly/monthly vehicle checks.
 Provides cleaning of the vehicle as directed, including interior and exterior.
 Reports minor mechanical preventative maintenance needs to Mobile Heath Supervisor.
 Prepares the mobile van to receive patients and visitors.
 Provides outreach services as necessary for the smooth operation of the mobile health van.
 Reports any problem to Mobile Heath Supervisor and recommends plans of action to address.
 Supervises use of mobile health van at health fairs and during parades during evenings and weekends, as assigned.
 Maintaining a strict inventory of items on the mobile health van
 Adheres to all HIPPA regulations
 Responsibilities include other duties as assigned, including special tasks related to responding to CH departmental tasks.

Core WWH Duties for All
 Performs and behaves in accordance with Whitman-Walker’s mission, cultural norms and corevalues of
dignity, respect, affirmation and humility.
 Maintains a respectful, non-judgmental, and compassionate manner with patients/clients/staff.
 Demonstrates excellent customer service by identifying and exceeding customer requirements.
 Adheres to Whitman-Walker policies and procedures, with special attention given to
 Maintains data integrity through conscientious use of relevant tools and employing a system of checks
and balances.
 Demonstrates organizational skills necessary to multi-task, meet deadlines and re-prioritize as needed.
 Participates in organizational quality and performance improvement activities

Knowledge, Skills, and Talents Required
 Knowledge of the DC community and its surrounding areas
 Experience working with an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse staff preferred; ability to work
harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required.
 Developed organizational skills, including the ability to juggle several tasks at once and the capability to
consistently reprioritize work as necessary to meet deadlines.
 Flexibility of schedule - shifts include evening and occasional weekend hours.
A 20-hour work week is a general requirement, with a flexibility of schedule – shifts may sometimes include
evening and occasional weekend hours. Some early morning and late evening coverage may be required
depending on scheduling requirements. This position will require significant time in the field with some
coverage requirements at other WWH locations.

Whitman Walker Health- Knowledge, Skills, and Talents Required
 Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
 Ability to manage time and effort in order to meet strategic objectives.
 Knowledge of principles and processes for providing excellent customer service, both internal and
 Knowledge of all applicable WWH policies and procedures.
 Excellent oral and written communication skills.
 Knowledge of healthcare information systems with the ability to adapt to new electronic medical record
and population health platforms.
 Analytical skills necessary for the preparation of accurate, concise and comprehensive reports.
 Ability to maintain records and information in an accurate, timely and confidential manner.
 Ability to adapt to changes in the service delivery model, re-prioritizing as necessary.
 Flexibility to work various shifts, including afternoon, evening and weekend shifts as necessary.
 Commitment to health equity.

Education and Experience Required
 High School Diploma or equivalent.
 Valid Driving License required
 Excellent Driving Record is required
 Evening availability/schedule flexibility a must.
 Ability to work with diverse populations.
 Ability to remain calm, focused, and helpful under stress.
 Ability to handle multiple, simultaneous tasks.
 Excellent attention to detail.

Working Conditions:
Individual may be required to work evenings and/or weekends and be available to staff events outside of the
office environment.
Physical Demands:
Physical Demands:
 Lifting: No more than 20 lbs. and infrequently.
 Movement: Standing and sitting for long periods.
 Visual: Long periods on computer.
 Concentration: Extended periods of engagement with computer systems where concentration is key to
accuracy in data entry. Intermittent periods of engagement with a telephone system to respond to
inquiries where concentration is key to task performance.
 Communication: Direct and indirect communication. Written and verbal competency.
 Driving: Will involve driving the Mobile Testing Unit. A valid driver's license without accidents and
speeding tickets is required.

Whitman-Walker is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants, its employees or former
employees on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status
and gender identity. For accommodation in the application process, please contact Human Resources

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