MaineHealth Corporate |
The MaineHealth Corporate Internship Program is a terrific opportunity for students to gain valuable insight and hands-on experience within Maine's largest healthcare system. These positions will be based primarily at the MaineHealth Corporate office in Portland, ME.
This intern will work closely with the Telehealth Team to support several service lines in improving the delivery of quality care across the MaineHealth system. Telehealth is designed to be the innovation hub for patient-centered healthcare delivery through the integration of advanced telemedicine technology. Tasks and responsibilities will include:
-Conduct research and develop an operations manual for 'at home' virtual visits
-Survey healthcare providers about cardiology, diabetes, palliative care, integrated medication assisted treatment
-Support the launch of the new virtual support group project for the Maine Children's Cancer Program
-Participate in cross-functional rounding, learning about different components of a successful telehealth program
This is a paid position. Interns will be paired with a MaineHealth employee who will be their preceptor and mentor for the summer. The preceptor will assign several tasks and projects to the student. In addition to working closely with their preceptor, the interns will attend several learning sessions throughout the summer. These sessions include discussions with MaineHealth senior leaders, informative presentations about how to write effective resumes and cover letters, and mock-interview sessions to practice answering behavior-based interview questions. Interns will present a summary of their projects and tasks in mid-August at the intern final presentation session.
We are looking for motivated individuals who are interested in gaining valuable hands-on experience and making a real difference while working within the healthcare field. MaineHealth interns will have the exciting opportunity to work, learn, and develop their skills at the largest healthcare organization in Maine. Interns provide administrative and project support within their department and are valued members of each department team.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Student who is currently enrolled in a four-year degree program in pursuit of a Bachelor's degree preferred.Strong analytical thinking.Must work independently, take initiative to complete assigned projects with minimal direction, and be able to prioritize tasks within an assigned project.Ability to maintain confidentiality in the performance of duties.Excellent communication and presentation skills, both oral and written.Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and other technologies as needed.
Job Code: 118165
Posted On: 02/15/19
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Categories: Other, Healthcare
Job Type: Regular
Job Status: Full Time
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