Primary Responsibilities:Health and Safety Manager will serve as the primary point of contact for all things Covid-19 related including but not limited to testing, health screenings, contact tracing, documenting, compliance and responding to all inquiries.
7:30am-1:00pm on site each day and on-call as needed
Expectation of Employee Civility and Commitment
The Hamlin School seeks to hire employees who will support and implement the school’s mission and Creed at all times. Hamlin employees are known for being compassionate, collaborative, and dedicated professionals who treat their colleagues and supervisors with respect and who take seriously the daily care of Hamlin students.
Hamlin students are celebrated because of their curious minds, joyful work ethic, and intellectual tenacity in the classroom; that said, the school is convinced that ensuring the students’ academic growth is only one part of its work. All Hamlin employees, whatever their role or title may be, must pay close attention to the students’ social-emotional well-being, their physical and mental health, and their moral development.
Hamlin employees are committed to their own professional growth; as such, they pay close attention to the research and innovations that impact teaching and learning. All employees are expected to be flexible thinkers and nimble actors in support of the school’s overarching strategic goals and daily commitment to academic and ethical excellence.
Primary Areas of Responsibility
Answer parent and employee questions about Covid-19 including but not limited to symptoms, testing, travel and quarantine
Lead and manage contact tracing efforts in the event of a COVID-19 case on campus in collaboration with the Director of Operations, Division Heads, Division Coordinators, and teachers.
Manage all COVID-19 testing requirements and ensure requirements are followed when it comes to symptom or close contacts
Maintain COVID-19 testing and contact tracing records
Respond to reports of COVID-19 cases on campus within 60 minutes of the time of report when required
Attend weekly Zoom meetings with the Department of Public Health to ensure up-to-date understanding of current SFDPH COVID-19 guidance for schools
Collaborate across school campuses, whenever appropriate, to ensure appropriate information sharing.
Serve as a resource to staff, faculty, administrators and members of the community in comprehensive health information sharing
Liaise with the SFDPH on COVID-19 cases or other COVID-19 symptom or exposure questions as they arise to ensure proper following of protocols in partnership with the Director of Operations
Conduct monthly COVID-19 campus walk-throughs to ensure proper application of COVID-19 policies on campus in partnership with the Director of Operations
Manage onsite testing or vaccination clinics as needed
Hold student and employee rapid testing drop-in hours
Perform other related duties as required and assigned
What a typical day may look like
7:30-8:30 On-site responding to parent and employee inquiries
8:30-10:00 Drop-in rapid testing lab for students and employees
10:00-1:00 Supervise snack and lunch service to ensure safety protocols are followed and administrative work
On call throughout the day and able to respond in the event of a COVID-19 case on campus
Required knowledge, skills and abilities
Strong facility with technology software and hardware
Ability and willingness to reflect and improve
Positive attitude and friendly demeanor with ability to build relationships with teachers, manage school?wide initiatives
Knowledge of HIPPA and FERPA laws
Strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to collaborate with colleagues, parents and community
Comfortable with experimentation and trying new ideas; able to learn and adjust quickly
Minimum education level:
Associate degree or passing of Paraprofessional Test
Possess a current CPR and First Aid Certificate
2+ years working in the area of public health, medical or related field
Work authorization requirements:
Clear the Department of Justice background screening (Livescan)
Authorized to work in the United States
Provide health (TB) clearance (update every 4 years)
Stand, walk or bend over, kneel, crouch, reach overhead, grasp, push, and pull. Move, lift and/or carry up to 30 pounds to shoulder height
Repetitive use of hands (i.e. fine manipulation, simple grasping, and power grasping)
Demonstrate normal depth perception
Sitting, walking or standing for extended periods of time
Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, operate standard office equipment, and use a telephone
See and read a computer screen and printed matter with or without vision aids
Hear and understand speech at normal levels and on the telephone with or without auditory aides
The work environment characteristics are representative of those in a normal classroom/school setting which one might encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work indoors in a standard office environment, computer lab, and/or classroom environment
Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments
Exposure to dust, oils, and cleaning chemicals
Some exposure to childhood and other diseases in a school environment
May be required to work outside of typical work days and office hours to meet operational deadlines
Work would take place on a rotation between our 682 Schofield and 2120 Broadway Campuses
The Hamlin School, located in San Francisco, serves 425 girls, K-8. Our mission is to educate girls to meet the challenges of their time and inspires them to become extraordinary thinkers and innovators, courageous leaders, and women of integrity. Hamlin supports purposeful professional development and encourages a strong sense of collegiality. The Hamlin community reflects the diversity of San Francisco, and the school has a serious commitment to service, the arts, and multiculturalism. Visit our website, www.hamlin.org