Coordinate development, implementation, and management of injury prevention programs, strategies, initiatives, and campaigns. Coordinate injury prevention programs and services, including materials and resources, as needed. Assist with proposals and ongoing communications between partnerships and Cincinnati Children's departments. Assist with agreements or contracts with outside agencies related to injury prevention programs. Coordinate expenses within established budget. Utilize injury information, studies, and reports to identify needs and coordinate with internal and external collaborators to develop injury prevention strategies and interventions. Collaborate with other Injury Prevention Coordinators and Specialists to develop goals and direction for the prevention program within the vision and mission of Cincinnati Children's and Trauma Services. Develop and maintain contacts with other injury prevention professionals.
Assist with identification and recruitment of and collaboration with community organizations, businesses, and corporations. Collaborate in development and implementation of program evaluation components.
Assist with communications and reporting between Injury Prevention and Cincinnati Children's Administration, Senior Management, and Medical Staff. Represent Trauma Services/CCIC/Injury Prevention as an active contributing participant on appropriate internal committees. Collaborate with other Cincinnati Children's departments and employees as needed.
·SERVE AS A RESOURCE
Serve as expert resource/spokesperson regarding injury prevention topics. Present injury prevention presentations in the community. Provide accurate pediatric prevention information for publication and media use within 72 hours of request. Represent Cincinnati Children's injury prevention and related child advocacy issues as appropriate in local, state, and national agencies and organizations. Develop presentations, papers, articles, speeches, etc. for public education. Initiate and collaborate in preparing abstracts, posters, papers, and articles for professional publications, seminars, conferences, and other professional opportunities.
Complete basic project work in support of departmental initiatives.
Expressing oneself verbally in an accurate, understandable, and succinct manner to individuals or groups; using appropriate non-verbal signals to emphasize spoken words; adapting communication style and tone to fit the situation and audience; demonstrating poise during group discussions or formal presentations; holding others' attention; responding clearly and tactfully to questions
Considering multiple perspectives or challenging traditional assumptions; formulating unusual, clever ideas or developing new insights; astutely identifying new ideas that will improve organizational functions, products, or services
Understanding and showing respect and appreciation for the uniqueness of all individuals; leveraging differences in others' perspectives and ideas; appreciating cultural differences and adjusting one's approach to successfully integrate with others who are different from oneself
·Knowledge of Field - Basic
Working knowledge of regulations and procedures in the field
·Physical Stamina - Moderate
Possess physical stamina sufficient to perform moderate lifting, frequent stooping, and extensive standing/walking
Pursuing work with little supervision or assistance; directing one's own efforts. Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.
·Communication - Advanced
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
Strong leadership, networking, and problem-solving skills required. May require bilingual language skills (both spoken and written). Must be available to work on weekends and travel in and out of state.