Transportation Administrator in Seattle, Washington

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International Community Health Services

Join the ICHS Team!

Discover how you can make an impact on people, communities and creating greater health equity.

International Community Health Services (ICHS) is a nationally-recognized federally qualified health center, and for over 45 years ICHS has provided culturally and linguistically appropriate health and wellness services, including increasing health equity for uninsured and medically underserved individuals of all languages and walks of life. We firmly believe that access to quality health care strengthens our families and communities, and promotes a more just society. We take pride in our diverse and inclusive workforce and at ICHS we value respect and support each other so each individual can achieve his or her full potential. We invite you to join us and be inspired by colleagues that share your mission and purpose.

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We offer

  • Competitive salary for the Seattle/Puget Sound region
  • “Share the success” bonuses
  • Insurance premiums 100% paid by ICHS
  • Paid time off accrual up to 200 hours annually with up to 264 hours rollover year to year
  • Automatic 4% retirement contribution
  • 9 paid holidays a year, including 2 personal holidays
  • Reimbursement for professional licensure

Under the supervision of the HAWP Director, The Transportation Administrator is responsible for the Health Aging and Wellness Transportation program, including: transportation of participants, meals, durable medical equipment and medications; transportation scheduling; oversight, hiring, training and supervision of all drivers and dispatchers; ensuring compliance with transportation contract requirements and data reporting; and any other transportation as deemed necessary. Oversees vehicle repairs and maintenance. Identifies quality and cost effective vendor for same. Responsible for meeting departmental budget goals. Manages the development, organization, and maintenance of an information management system for HAWP. Responsible for planning, testing, implementing and maintaining a HAWP knowledge base that prioritizes access to information, security, information integrity, and portability. This includes work across departments to meet infrastructure needs. Works within the department to ensure staff know and understand how to use and contribute to the system. This position is a member of the Interdisciplinary Team, pursuant to 42 CFR §§ 460.102(b) and (d), as the Driver Representative.

Pay Range: $32.60 – $47.73 

Education – Bachelor’s degree required, 4 years of relevant experience in transportation management and information technology may be substituted for the degree.
Experience – Additional 2 years’ experience in transportation management and information technology. Minimum of one year experience working with the frail and elderly population preferred. If not met, willingness to train on the complexities of serving a frail and elderly population is required.
Other Requirement(s) – Valid WA State Drivers License and safe driving record. Ability to safely operate a bus and provide back-up emergency driver coverage. Must have active CPR and First Aid Certification, or willing to obtain within one month of hire. Must be medically cleared for communicable diseases and up-to-date with all immunizations before having direct participant contact.

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