The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), a recognized leader and innovator in public health and mental hygiene services, seeks a dynamic Community Coordinator to join its challenging, fast-paced Bureau of Operations as a Special Projects Coordinator within our Central Administrative Officesâ€”Gotham. The Bureau of Operations is responsible for Citywide management of the District Health facilities in all five boroughs which comprise over 300,000 square footage of property. The Bureau provides key, vital support services to the Department including but not limited to the Public Health Laboratory and the District Health Centers throughout the five boroughs. The proposed incumbent will have oversight of and spearhead various facilities within geographic areas within the five boroughs. Duties will include but not be limited to -- Perform difficult work in the preparation of required documents. -- Provide assistance on managing projects with assigned staff. -- Monitor and report on timeliness and progress of projects. -- Generate memos; create reports and presentation. --Perform complex administrative duties and maintain office confidentiality. --Set-up and coordinate meetings and conference calls. -- Ensure MOUs, agreements and special billings are processed timely and accurately -- Plan, implement, coordinate, monitor and evaluate Bureauâ€™s services at each facility. -- Maintain an up-to-date staff mandatory training. Work with Employee Health and Office of Health & Safety to ensure bureau's staff are compliant with all mandatory training such as EEO, Annual Health Assessment, EDB Survey, Workplace Violence, Annual TB/PPT. Provide current staff listing for Article 28 roster. -- Prepare evaluation reports, perform analyses and review programs plans and performance. -- Routinely update staffing list and corresponding organizational charts for each unit. -- Consistently update tenants/programs listings. -- Additional assignments as requested or needed by the Bureau, Division. -- Attend to and participate in agency wide public health emergency preparedness, drills and activations. -- Make recommendations on policies and procedures.