Program Coordinator II - Diabetes Transition Coordinator

Job Description:

Provides program coordination and patient/family support through the process of transitioning ongoing diabetes care from childhood care at Seattle Children's to adult care at the University of Washington. The transition coordinator will serve as the consistent voice, contact, and face for the adolescent/young adult with diabetes moving from pediatric to adult care. The transition coordinator will meet with teenage patients at Seattle Children's to evaluate readiness to transition to adult care, facilitate scheduling at the University of Washington, and assist with referral to community resources as necessary. SERIES CONCEPT: A program is a specialized area with specific complex components and discrete tasks which distinguish it from the main body of the organization. A program is specific to a particular subject. The specialized tasks involve interpretation of policies, procedures and regulations, independent functioning and public contact. Duties are not of a general support nature easily transferable from one program to another. Performance of administrative/clerical duties is in support of the incumbent's performance of specific programmatic tasks.


Required Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree. Minimum of two (2) years college coursework in Business, Healthcare, Human Services or related field . Minimum of three (3) years progressively responsible experience in administration/ customer service, healthcare or related area in a hospital/research setting.

Required Credentials: - N/A

Preferred: Familiarity with diabetes. Project management assistance experience. Experience with interdisciplinary projects.

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