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Non-Clinical Volunteer Coordinator at University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers in Los Angeles, California

Posted in Other 30+ days ago.

Type: Full Time





Job Description:

Responsibilities

The Non-Clinical UCLA HealthrnSciences Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible for administering, managingrnand overseeing the Non-Clinical UCLA Health Sciences Volunteer Programrnconsisting of 750 + non-clinical research and educational endeavoredrnvolunteers, including a large number of enrolled UCLA Students receiving courserncredit (i.e. Student Research Program) for non-clinical research.

The Coordinator will be responsible for thernscreening process, background checks, UID requests, on-boarding, tracking andrnmaintaining competencies, and all matters related to volunteer work includingrnrevising and conducting orientations, verifying and approving documents, andrnoverseeing trainings required for volunteers and UCLA students.

The Coordinatorrnwill communicate and educate the UCLA Health Sciences (i.e. School of Medicine,rnDentistry, Public Health, and Nursing) staff and faculty on appropriaternengagement of volunteers and UCLA students. rnThe Coordinator is responsible for reviewing, approving, and documentingrneach individual s service description which must be within scope and guidelinesrnof a volunteer or UCLA student. To notify inviting supervisors when anrnindividual is not eligible to be a volunteer or UCLA Student for researchrncredit by informing and educating them of policies, regulations, andrnrequirements.The Coordinator will conduct annual education, compliancernrenewals, and other competencies required. When necessary, the Coordinator willrncounsel, discipline, and terminate a volunteer or UCLA Student and may takernadditional measures to ensure compliance with policies and regulations.

Forrneach academic quarter, the Coordinator will review and approve incoming UCLArnCourse Contracts and if approved, transition applicable individuals fromrnvolunteer status and UCLA SRP student status (and vice versa) and updaternfaculty mentors on a quarterly basis and request any requirements as needed.rnUpdate, revise, and document information on a regular basis and continuallyrnevaluate forms and training materials for volunteers and UCLA students. Oversee and administer special recognitionrnand award events for Non-Clinical Health Sciences Volunteers. Coordinate with the Volunteer Program Managerrnwith collaborating and consulting with UCLA Academic Office and Campusrnregarding UCLA institutional policies as they pertain to the UCLA Schools. Act as a team player and assist with overallrnfunctioning and oversight of the volunteer program. Qualifications

Preferred:

* Bachelors degree in a science related field

* Previous experience/knowledge in non-clinical laboratory setting

* Previous experience/knowledge regarding policies and regulations in a laboratory setting

Required Skills and Talents:

Must be detail-oriented and organized when performingrnjob duties and time-sensitive projects/tasks.
Able to multi-task, follow instructions, and work as arnteam and/or independently when required.
Able to perform basic administrative tasks such asrnfiling, copying, faxing, and answering phone calls.
Able to communicate professionally with all levels ofrnindividuals such as visitors, applicants, staff, and faculty.
Required to perform majority of job duties on a computerrnand be able to conduct in-person orientations or appointments.
Basic knowledge of research terminology, protocols, andrnprocedures involving simple laboratory and research duties.
Basic computer skills such as editing, creating, orrnusing Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Excellent time management skills and assist in multiplernpriority tasks and projects.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.