Mobile Health Screening Truck Driver

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organization:Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation
position summary:

For 50 years, the Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation (OLSHF) has taken an active role in protecting the health of Oregonians. Through the 12 direct service programs related to sight, hearing and health assistance, the OLSHF has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of youths and adults in our state. Beginning with our first community screening in August 1994, the OLSHF has partnered with Lions Clubs of Multiple District 36 to provide vital health checks to people of all ages through the Mobile Health Screening Unit Program (MHSU). The goal of the MHSU Program’s Community Screenings is to provide consistent access to preventative health screenings so potentially serious health issues do not go undiscovered. By identifying someone’s Diabetes or high blood pressure, individuals are empowered to make the necessary changes to improve their quality of life. During School Screenings, the Lions use the MHSU to provide vision and hearing screenings for young students each year. During the fall, both trucks are booked solid as we provide the state mandated vision and hearing checks for over 140 different schools in Oregon as well as Dorris and Crescent City, CA.

JOB POSTING- MOBILE HEALTH SCREENING TRUCK DRIVER The Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation seeks an experienced semi-truck driver with a current CDL and a clean driving record to operate our Mobile Health Screening trucks and who can work with volunteers during community events. This is a hands-on position with minimal assistance. You must be a positive problem solver who enjoys working with community volunteers and the public.

Salary / Pay Rate:Compensation: $81 per day (plus $90 per diem during events that require overnight lodging).
Required Skills and Abilities:JOB SUMMARY and KEY OBJECTIVES: Responsible for the physical operation of two semi-trucks with trailers, generators, and the screening equipment. Train and supervise Lions and non-Lion volunteers, report necessary statistics and coordinate MHSU participation during events with community and Lions organizations. Order and stock supplies as needed. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES and TASKS: • Vehicle operations in accordance with Oregon law and OLSHF guidelines • Coordinate travel arrangements, fueling, maintenance, and MHSU usage during scheduled events based on OLSHF provided calendars • At each event site, direct parking, set-up and take down for the vehicle. • Train available volunteers to provide preventative health screenings for either school or community events • Supervise volunteers as they interact with event attendees to ensure quality and accuracy of health screenings • Represent the OLSHF in a positive manner during screening events • Ensure compliance with Oregon health screening licensing, with special attention to the documentation of the diabetes quality control • Troubleshoot equipment and/or arrange repair as necessary • Using completed results forms, tabulate totals for statistical reporting • Additional duties, as assigned This position is part time and scheduled on an as needed basis. For more information about the schedule requirements, please email [email protected] or call 503-413-7371.
Other:Equal Opportunity Employer