Reporting to the Trauma Program Manager, the Trauma Injury Prevention Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of trauma injury prevention education and trauma related community outreach prevention activities. This position is responsible for overall planning, development, implementation, coordination, overseeing, documentation and evaluation of all trauma related injury prevention education programming and community outreach activities to meet the Level 1V Trauma Center verification requirements as defined by the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma.
- Acts as Program Manager for the unique Injury Prevention/Safety Education center Safety City USA.Oversee afternoon/evening community class offerings. Partner with Beaumont Foundation, Beaumont Children's Hospital and Children's Miracle Network to promote programs in the community and stimulate community support.
- Develops public awareness of injury prevention strategies and the Beaumont Health System by presenting and coordinating injury prevention programs for the community.Acts as resource for BHS Community Relations and Media relations teams in the area of injury prevention/safety.Represent BHS on committees on the local, county and national levels.
- Partners with community groups and agencies, public service organizations, other healthcare organizations, school districts, national organizations, and other system-based programs to deliver collaborative injury prevention programs to diverse populations.
- Keep accurate records of injury prevention activities and community benefit of those activities and provide annual reports to administrative teams and the American College of Surgeons for verification requirements.
- Monitors the effectiveness of injury prevention education activities by using measurable outcomes tools when possible.
- Interview and evaluate volunteers.Coordinate and provide direction of volunteers at community activities. Provide verification of work provided by volunteers for student community service requirements.
- Coordinates American Heart Association/Red Cross health and safety community classes.
This document represents the major duties, responsibilities, and authorities of this job, and is not intended to be a complete list of all tasks and functions. It should be understood, therefore, that incumbents may be asked to perform job-related duties beyond those explicitly described.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
- Education / Training:
- This position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.
- Work Experience:
- Teaching &/or Leadership experience required.
- Two to three years clinical experience in trauma, emergency or intensive care setting.
- Public speaking/media interview skills preferred.
- Skilled in the use of Microsoft Office.
- Management experience preferred.
- Certification, Licensure, Registration:
- Current licensure as a registered nurse in the State of Michigan required.
- Other Qualifications:
This job has diverse tasks (program management, team building, internal and external collaboration, sound clinical knowledge and experience, public speaking). Strong interpersonal and communication skills are required. Comfort with speaking to large, diverse groups in the community is essential.Self-direction also required.