REPORTS TO: Senior Project Manager
SUMMARY: The Project Intern provides support for ICAAP’s immunization projects/programs under the supervision of a Project Manager. The Intern will have the opportunity to observe and participate on committee meetings, project meetings, public health webinars and other planned events for our grants to be exposed and learn more about the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program for Chicago and Illinois.
The Intern will support the Immunization Team with preparing training materials for upcoming immunization events, set-up AV/IT to support the Immunization Team prepare for live webinars, prepare training materials for scheduled events, staff registration at our education sessions, summarize attendance for each of our events via Survey Monkey and excel, and support other administrative project tasks identified by the team.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Project Intern is responsible for the following duties:
1. Compiling regional training evaluations and data enter them into Survey Monkey for grant funded requirements (webinar series, regional trainings, etc.)
2. Staff registration at our events, if needed (travel reimbursement will be honored for travel costs)
3. Develop a master attendance list that includes VFC providers that attended our events
4. Support the Immunization Team on projects/assignments as assigned
OPPORTUNITIES TO DEVELOP PROJECT AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SKILLS:
The Project Intern will be able to participate in the following opportunities to observe and learn:
1. Observe and participate in ICAAP committees and meetings scheduled with faculty and champions and learn how public health related policies impact practicing pediatricians
2. Participate in meetings to learn how to foster established non-profit grant funded relationships
3. Participate in online public health webinars to be exposed to a variety of public health related programs (children with special health care needs, electronic health records, meaningful use, etc.) to gain an understanding on career opportunities available in public health
SCHEDULE: This position is part-time for 8 weeks.
MISCELLANEOUS: Travel may be required, particularly in the Chicago metro area to support project activities. The position is majority grant-funded and thereby subject to conditions of the contract(s).
Enrolled in a program focused on public health, public administration, psychology, health, education, social work, business, or a related major. General knowledge of the health care environment and experience working with physicians, other health care professionals or volunteers is desired. Excellent written and oral communication skills, highly organized, and MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel skills are required.
LOCATION: ICAAP offices are located at 310 South Peoria Street, Chicago, IL. Offices are near Chicago public transportation including the Blue Line El Train and not far from the West Loop area, including the Metra Station.
Internship, Parttime, Immunization