Kaiser Permanente Community Health Careers Coordinator - GRADUATE INTERN in Portland, Oregon
This is a temporary internship position not to exceed 6 months. Graduate level internship work may include in-depth research projects and documentation; complex data analysis and graphs; writing and designing new collateral marketing materials; assisting with audits; developing and executing surveys for internal or external stakeholders; completing process improvement audits.
The Community Health Careers Graduate Intern supports the Community Health Careers initiative by assisting with communications, administrative and clerical tasks, and other projects as assigned. Timeframe for this position is approximately January 2019 - May 2019. Focus on supporting the KP Health Care Career Scholarship Program but will also support other components of the Community Health Careers initiative as assigned. The intern must be proficient in business software including Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint and in utilizing social media. The intern must possess the ability to prepare varied correspondence, reports, and other materials with little or no guidance and must be able to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Ability and means to travel on a flexible schedule within the service area is needed.
The intern will focus on supporting the Kaiser Permanente Health Care Career Scholarship Program but will also support other components of the Community Health Careers initiative as assigned. This initiative aims to improve community health by promoting educational attainment in diverse and low-income communities and by diversifying the healthcare workforce. The intern must be proficient in business software including Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint and must be proficient in utilizing social media. Experience maintaining databases is a plus. Enrollment in or recent graduation from an educational administration or public health graduate program is preferred, as is experience working in a non-profit, education, and/or public health setting. The intern must possess the ability to prepare varied correspondence, reports, and other materials with little or no guidance and must be able to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Strong interpersonal and public speaking skills are required. Primary support functions include the following:
Answer phone calls and emails from teachers and students re: the scholarship application.
Visit selected schools and career fairs to provide presentations on the scholarship
Help coordinate KP Scholars visiting their alma mater to discuss the scholarship.
Conduct outreach to college students eligible to apply for a KP Health Care Career Scholarship.
Assist with maintenance of scholarship program Twitter account.
Review and score scholarship applications
Schedule and conduct interviews of scholarship applicants.
Schedule and make arrangements for committee meetings and other meetings as needed.
Assist with scholarship application data sorting, analysis, and record-keeping.
Provide administrative support during selection committee meetings.
Prepare and send hard copy award packages for recipients.
Send e--award toolkit- and scholarship winner announcements to teachers/counselors.
Assist with planning and coordination of May scholarship ceremony and provide onsite support during the event.
Conduct online research and prepare reports as needed.
Post volunteering opportunities to the KP Cares employee volunteering website.
Recruit employee volunteers for scholarship celebration event and for relevant service activities in the community.
Secure and schedule career learning opportunities at Kaiser Permanente for youth served by non-profit partners.
Contribute as needed to efforts to recruit managers to offer internships and to select Kaiser Scholars for positions
Possibly assist with implementation of CRM system.Duties are subject to change and additional tasks may be assigned
Basic Qualifications:Experience- N/AEducation- Bachelor's degree.- A graduate student of any age or background in the process of pursing additional education such as master's degree or PhD. in a specific field.
License, Certification, Registration- N/A Additional Requirements:- Must be willing to relocate to site of internship.
Preferred Qualifications:- N/A
TITLE: Community Health Careers Coordinator - GRADUATE INTERN
LOCATION: Portland, Oregon
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.