The Ideal Candidate
To be minimally qualified for this position all applicants must possess a high school diploma or GED; 3 years of supervisory experience; and a valid driver’s license issued by state of residence.
To be considered an ideal candidate, applicants must possess the above as well as: attention to detail; ability to multi-task; is flexible and functions well under stressful, pressured situations; ability to anticipate future needs of staff he/she is supporting and take initiative to address those needs; excellent communication skills with colleagues, high level customer service skills with the public and community organizations; ability to walk and stand for long periods of time and lift and move boxes up to 50lbs; and be willing and able to drive a City vehicle for delivery of POD supplies. Medical Reserve Corps experience is preferred.
About the Department
Alexandria Health Department (AHD) is one of 35 health districts in Virginia. As part of the Virginia Department of Health, AHD serves the residents, businesses, and visitors of Alexandria and works closely with the City of Alexandria and community partners to achieve its mission and vision. AHD's mission is "Protecting and Promoting Health and Well-Being in Our Communities" and our vision is "Healthy People, Healthier Communities." We view "health" in the broadest sense, and this drives our path towards continuous health improvement with a focus on equity of the social determinants of health.
*Please note that this is a 90 day temporary position with the possibility of an extension.
Hours: Typically 7:30AM-5:30PM. Days variable and will include weekend days. Total hours per week may range from 10-40 hours. Preference given to individuals willing to work multiple shifts per week and up to 40 hours. Must be flexible with work schedule, as hours and days are subject to change depending on vaccine availability. This individual may be scheduled to work during POD vaccination events as well as on non-POD days to assist with POD preparation.
Will receive training in Incident Command Structure (ICS) and following chain of command, Biosafety and correct use of personal protective equipment (PPE), inventory tracking procedures, and POD (Point of Dispensing) structure and procedures.