The Interprofessional Care Access Network, or I-CAN, is a program within the OHSU Interprofessional Initiative and housed at the School of Nursing. The program spans academic departments and courses to bring together students performing existing community/clinic rotations as part of their curriculum. Students from the Schools of Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, and the College of Pharmacy form interprofessional teams to help individuals and families in underserved communities address barriers to health related to social determinants of health.
The student worker will support the I CAN program by providing administrative support, including but not limited to data entry, document and mailing generation, work in Microsoft Office Suite, and other administrative tasks as needed.This position will provide on-the-job training for all special project assignments.
This position is 10 hours per week.Schedule is flexible and hours will occur Monday Friday between 8 AM and 5 PM. Work will be performed remotely for duration of OHSU modified operations. When normal operations resume,work will be onsite at the OHSU School of Nursing.
Provide administrative support to the I CAN program.
May also include some basic data entry and report generation.
Must be enrolled in an OHSU degree program (minimum 6 hours)
Proficient to advanced computer skills are required and all applicants must have experience with Microsoft Office, including Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.
Must be reliable, have attention to detail, and a professional work ethic and demeanor.
Ability to use a computer up to 10 hours per week, complete and mail paperwork, and move about the OHSU Marquam Hill campus as needed.
Experience in an academic or clinic office setting is highly preferred.
Advanced Microsoft Windows experience.
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