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  • 25 Jan 2016 5:47 PM | Michael Royster

    The Virginia Oral Health Coalition (www.vaoralhealth.org) is an alliance of organizations and individuals striving to improve the health and well being of all Virginians by ensuring oral health is part of comprehensive health care. The Coalition seeks a Program & Engagement Manager to oversee development and successful implementation of Coalition initiatives, including health care integration efforts and a state-specific report card, while managing engagement efforts with new and existing community partners.  

    Specific responsibilities and job requirements are listed below.

    Responsibilities:

    • ·         Collaborate with executive director to lead VaOHC advocacy and integration efforts, including development of a Virginia-specific report card
    • ·         Manage project workgroups
    • ·        Develop policy statements
    • ·         Facilitate development of tools and resources to support integrated health care in safety net clinics, private practice, large health systems and academic institutions in Virginia
    • ·         Conduct research related to oral health access, delivery of care and health policy issues at the state and national level
    • ·         Identify and engage traditional and non-traditional partners and maintain relationships
    • ·         Provide succinct program reports to funders, Coalition board and executive director, and initiative participants
    • ·         Provide oversight to Coalition’s program assistant and student interns

    Successful candidates will demonstrate:

    • ·         Strong analytic and communication skills, ability to write clearly and succinctly, and make well-organized verbal presentations
    • ·         An understanding of state and national health policy
    • ·         The ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously and prioritize competing demands in a fast changing environment
    • ·         The ability to seek and engage new partners while maintaining existing relationships
    • ·         Strong organizational and leadership skills
    • ·         A commitment to producing consistently high quality, detailed work, even under deadline pressure
    • ·         Excellent computer skills
    • ·         Experience with or dedicated interest in oral health access issues
    • ·         Previous experience managing and developing statewide initiatives (a plus)
    • ·         Flexibility, a sense of humor and desire to work in a drama-free, collaborative, hard-working and fun environment

    Requirements:

    • ·         Bachelor’s degree required, Masters in related field preferred
    • ·         Academic or safety net experience a plus

     

    To apply, please submit all materials below by February 1:

    • ·         Cover letter
    • ·         Resume
    • ·         Two writing samples
    • ·         Salary history

    To: info@vaoralhealth.org

    No phone calls please. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All applications will be treated confidentially.

  • 22 Jan 2016 3:35 PM | Michael Royster

    Job Description: Sr. Program Manager January 2016

    JOB DESCRIPTION: SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

    CommonHealth ACTION seeks to invest in a dynamic and energetic Senior Program Manager who will support its expanding program portfolio including but not limited to: the development and day-of-day management of national and local leadership programs; support for the development and expansion of the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Training Institute; implementation of technical assistance; and engagement in organizational and staff development activities.

    Candidates must submit a resume and cover to hr@commonhealthaction.org letter by 5p, January 29, 2016.

    BOUT COMMONHEALTH ACTIO

    CommonHealth ACTION is a national public health organization that aligns people, strategies, and resources to generate solutions that address health and policy challenges. Our vision is an America in which all people have equitable opportunities and neighborhood conditions to achieve their best possible health. Collectively, our staff has worked in 43 states and more than 100 communities across the nation.

    At CommonHealth ACTION, we believe that health is a production of society. In addition to genetics, our health outcomes are determined by the contexts within which we live our lives and make personal behavioral choices. We work with people across sectors to address the policies, systems, and institutions that produce health and wellbeing in communities (e.g. housing, employment, education, transportation, access to healthcare, the built and natural environments, structural racism, and others) known collectively as the social determinants of health.

    Our program services include: technical assistance and capacity-building; change management; curriculum development, training, and facilitation; organizational strategy and development; research, writing, and publications; and integrated meeting services. Please visit www.commonhealthaction.org for more information about our work.

     

    POSITION DESCRIPTION

    The Senior Program Manager will design, manage, and implement programs for diverse clients with whom we work to map, make, manage, measure, and master change. This position requires analytical, interpersonal, organizational, and communications skills as well as the ability to exercise discretion, independent judgment, and political acumen.

    IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate is a proven leader and manager who is a self-starter and self-directed. The candidate should be a flexible and curious person who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment with multiple teams on various programs. They should have an understanding of and commitment to the principles of equity and the production of good health for all people. The candidate must be an effective verbal communicator and demonstrate strong writing skills; be a strategic and creative thinker; seek to engage in thought partnership; have an engaging personality and demeanor; and appreciate constructive feedback as a mechanism for professional development and personal growth.

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) Program Management

    • Lead and manage long- and short-term program design and planning.
    • Develop, monitor, and manage program timelines, human capital, and budgets to ensure timely, high-quality, and error-free deliverables.
    • Use available and emerging technology to lead, manage, and document program activities.
    • Manage, prepare, and oversee documentation, invoicing, and reporting as required by funders and clients.
    • Provide content expertise and knowledge for the design and implementation of program activities.
    • Serve as programmatic liaison to external partners, including representing CommonHealth ACTION at national, regional and local meetings.
    • Manage and coordinate programmatic, team, and partner meetings.
    • Negotiate, monitor, and manage consultant contracts.
    • Serve as a resource advisor which includes: coaching and mentoring staff members; supporting the development and growth of advisees’ professional brands; and managing resources, opportunities, time, and information to ensure advisees can be successful.
    • Adhere to CommonHealth ACTION’s administrative and recordkeeping guidelines to support accurate bookkeeping and documentation of activities.

    Technical Assistance and Capacity-building

    • Design, manage, and provide technical assistance to clients, partners, and program participants.
    • Conduct and facilitate webinars, conference calls, and face-to-face meetings and trainings as needed to support program and organizational goals.

    Curriculum Development, Training, and Education

    • Facilitate small and large group meetings and trainings.
    • Develop and deliver curricula and training modules independently or with a team.
    • Facilitate group processes, training, planning, and adult learning activities, independently or with a team.

    Organizational Development

    • Contribute to organizational strategy, business model development, and planning activities.
    • Contribute to the development and implementation of organizational policies and practices.
    • Offer new ideas and innovative approaches to support the organization and emerging business model.

    Research, Writing, and Publications

    • Manage and conduct environmental scans that identify needs, trends, and best practices in support of programmatic and organizational goals.
    • Conduct and coordinate research activities to support program and portfolio development
    • Develop publications and reports through collaborative writing and editing.

    Job Description: Sr. Program Manager

    Communications and Marketing

    • Write blog posts and online content for commonhealthaction.org and social media in support of organizational and programmatic communications strategies
    • Develop PowerPoint presentations, brochures, and other materials for use during program-related activities and for presentation at professional conferences.
    • Contribute to the development and visibility of CommonHealth ACTION’s brand and messaging while identifying opportunities to market programs and services proactively.

    Business Development

    • Research, identify, and secure funding through the development of bids, concepts, and proposals.
    • Seek and build relationships with individuals and organizations to create opportunities for new work.
    • Identify opportunities to increase and diversify revenue streams as aligned with the business model.MPLOYMENT STANDARDS &

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND PERSONAL AFFECT: A graduate degree is required. Candidates may hail from fields outside of public health or public policy but must have eight to twelve years’ progressive management experience and responsibility.

    A strong understanding of public health and the production of the public’s health

    Ability to work with and across sectors (e.g., communities, corporations, government, and academia)

    Ability to cultivate and sustain strong partner/client relationships on behalf of the organization

    Ability to align organizational priorities and values with funders’ and partners’ priorities

    Proposal writing experience

    Experienced and effective technical assistance provider

    Knowledge and experience with leadership development

    Creative program design; system and process development; and problem-solving skills

    Understanding of change and change management in organizations, communities, institutions, and systems

    Willingness to engage in continuous learning and training

    Professional and political acumen, diplomacy, and tact

    Positive, collaborative, compassionate, and solutions-focused temperament

     

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Resource Advisor: Associate Director, Programs & Resource Development

    HIRING SALARY RANGE AND BENEFITS: $77,000 – $87,000 (Salary is contingent upon available funding), and is commensurate with experience and qualifications. CommonHealth ACTION offers a competitive benefit package with annual leave, health/dental/vision insurance and retirement contributions (403B).

    TRAVEL: Local and national travel (approximately 15%–30%) are required. Travel is typically for short-term, client-based meetings, trainings, and conferences.

    PERSONAL VEHICLE: This position requires a reliable personal vehicle and automobile insurance. Local vehicle mileage and parking will be reimbursed according to organizational policy and program budgets.

    NON-DISCLOSURE, NO-COMPETE, AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AGREEMENTS: Employee may be required to sign the aforementioned agreements as a condition of employment.

    JOB LOCATION: Washington, DC. Telework agreements are negotiable.

  • 17 Dec 2015 2:02 PM | Michael Royster

    VDH’s Division of Surveillance and Investigation is seeking assistance with a data validation project to evaluate the completeness of electronic data transmissions submitted by hospitals and laboratories. One data validator will be hired through a temp agency to assist with the project. Work will be performed at VDH offices at 109 Governor St. in downtown Richmond.

    Activities: Validate the content and format of electronic laboratory reports (ELRs) to ensure accuracy and completeness. Compare the format of ELR messages against published national and state standards to identify discrepancies and evaluate quality. Investigate discrepancies to determine their source and propose a valid resolution. Verify conclusions with VDH subject matter experts. Clearly and accurately document findings. Communicate effectively with public health partners to clarify issues while encouraging collaboration and enhancing relationships between VDH and its partners.

    Background and Skills: Knowledge of health sciences. Attention to detail. Skilled in the use of databases and spreadsheets, including experience with MS Office's Excel. Ability to plan and follow data evaluation strategies, perform data evaluation and analysis, summarize findings, recommend strategies to resolve systematic data discrepancies, and communicate technical information. College degree with major in microbiology, epidemiology, biology, statistics, social sciences or a related field and/or equivalent experience and training. Prefer training in laboratory science, public health or a related field. Experience with the following is helpful, but not expected: laboratory, communicable disease and other medical terminology; familiarity with HL7 messaging; and with LOINC and SNOMED coding systems.

    Experience that will be Gained: The participant will learn about public health epidemiology, surveillance and informatics and will become familiar with HL7 message structure and content and the use of LOINC, SNOMED and other structured vocabularies.

    Pay: $21.36/hour

    Time Commitment: 20-30 hours/week, potential for additional hours. Ideal candidate would be able to work 6 -12 months, longer if needed.

    Application Process: Submit resume to J. Rebecca Early, Division of Surveillance and Investigation, Virginia Department of Health, jrebecca.early@vdh.virginia.gov. Questions call 804-864-7549. Must be hired through Caliper.

    Application Deadline: Thursday, Dec 31st, 2015

     

  • 11 Nov 2015 11:51 AM | Anonymous

    The Department of Global and Community Health at George Mason University (GMU) invites applications for a fulltime, 9 month, term (non-tenure) instructional faculty position to serve as the program coordinator for the Master of Public Health program, beginning January or August 2016.

    The successful candidate will oversee all aspects of the MPH degree program with emphasis upon supporting the development, launch, and management of all online academic degree and certificate programs.  In addition to their instructional assignment, the coordinator will oversee program marketing, student recruitment, admissions, advising, curriculum and program implementation and evaluation, and compliance with core competencies and accreditation standards required by the Council on Education for Public Health. 

    The successful candidate will have a doctorate degree in a public health sciences-related discipline and an MPH from a Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) accredited program.  We seek applicants with administrative, management, and leadership experience with CEPH accreditation; experience establishing academic partnerships with health-related agencies and organizations; experience teaching core graduate public health courses, and proficiency with teaching online public health courses.  The successful candidate should also have experience with program marketing, student recruitment, admissions, advising; experience with coordinating academic events and activities; an ability to build and maintain positive working relationships; and excellent oral and written communication skills.

    For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number F9973z at http://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and upload: (1) a cover letter describing the applicant’s qualifications, research interests and goals, and teaching experience and philosophy; (2) a current curriculum vitae; and (3) contact information for three references (include title, affiliation, mailing addresses, e-mail address, and telephone number).

    Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Only complete electronic applications submitted using jobs.gmu.edu will be reviewed.  Please send e-mail inquiries or nominations to Dr. Ali Weinstein, Search Committee Chair, Department of Community and Global Health at aweinst2@gmu.edu.

  • 10 Nov 2015 8:01 PM | Anonymous

    Pathways, a not-for-profit, faith-based community organization in Petersburg, Virginia, is seeking a Nurse Practitioner for its Free Specialty Clinic. The position will include program design and planning, assessments, treatment, referrals, and coordination of care in a community setting. The position will include work with young adults and families in our clinics as well as our community health outreach projects.

    Qualification requirements:

    • ·      Excellent interpersonal, organizational, management, and written and verbal communication skills
    • ·      Understanding of diverse community health issues
    • ·      Community setting experience a plus
    • ·      Family Nurse Practitioner preferred
    • ·      Self-Starter
    • ·      Experience working collaboratively in a diverse team setting
    • ·      Mastery of Microsoft Office including Word and Excel

    This is a full time salaried position with flexible hours and paid leave benefits. Additional training in mental health will be available. Submit resume, compensation requirements, and cover letter to jobs@pathways-va.org. If submitting via e-mail, your subject line should read “Nurse Practitioner.” All attachments should be formatted as .pdf files. No phone or email inquiries please. www.pathways-va.org

  • 28 Sep 2015 7:59 PM | Anonymous

    This position coordinates agency-wide efforts to ensure that process improvement (PI) initiatives are developed and managed using a data-driven focus. Assures that agency-wide PI initiatives are focused and aligned to improve operations and program efficiencies and effectiveness. Provides leadership and coordination for evaluating the impact that systems improvements have on agency operations. Develops and implements agency training programs that focus on transforming agency culture around process improvement and quality improvement. Coordinates the Agency Process Improvement Committee. Manages the agency’s Process Improvement Unit. Increases the agency’s effectiveness of its organizational structure, administrative practices, programs, and use of resources.

    Apply at jobs.virginia.gov

  • 28 Sep 2015 7:54 PM | Anonymous

    This position serves as the Chief Deputy for the Virginia Department of Health and also serves as acting State Health Commissioner in the Commissioner’s absence, as specified in Section 32.1-22 Code of Virginia. The incumbent also directs of a variety of complex, mission critical public health programs including Epidemiology and Radiological Health, Emergency Preparedness and Risk Communication, Emergency Medical Services, Licensure and Certification, the Chief Medical Examiner and Drinking Water. The programs include those that are both regulatory and statutory in nature and provide for services that promote and protect the health of Virginians.

    Apply at jobs.virginia.gov


  • 28 Sep 2015 7:51 PM | Anonymous

    Richmond City Health District (RCHD) is looking for a Health Educator to provide both medical assistance and program support to the Health District’s off-site satellite clinics located in public housing developments called Resource Centers. This position will be responsible for community outreach, facilitation of educational classes, and client navigation to medical homes and resources. Apply at Jobs.virginia.gov

  • 28 Sep 2015 7:41 PM | Anonymous

    Visit NACCHO's career network for numerous openings including Director and Senior Director of Public Health Transformation.


  • 10 Aug 2015 9:29 PM | Anonymous

    Since 1984, VHQC, a nonprofit, health quality consulting company, has been leading the way to better care for patients by collaborating with provider, patient and stakeholder organizations. VHQC is the Quality Innovation Network (QIN) for Maryland and Virginia and leads Virginia Health IT (VHIT), the statewide Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (REC) for Virginia. VHQC is expanding both our services and the number of healthcare providers that we serve and we are seeking team members who want to grow with us.

    As a Physician Practice Consultant, you will be responsible for providing best practice solutions and consultative services assisting primary care providers across Virginia. Responsibilities also include assisting practices in quality reporting through their EHR and applying the latest quality improvement tools and techniques to improve quality metrics. Team members will also assess practice workflows and implement updated models to improve efficiency in patient care.

    Applicants must demonstrate the ability to work independently and be part of cross-functional teams, develop strong consultative relationships, manage multiple priorities, and implement improvement plans of action. Highly developed communication skills, experience with optimization of an EHR system, physician practice workflow redesign is a plus.  Team members potentially have the freedom to work from home.
    Requirements:
    Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in an ambulatory health care setting. Bachelor’s degree in healthcare field or related area or LPN/RN licensure. Experience with quality improvement and EHRs desirable. Ability to travel between healthcare provider locations within the state and/or region.
    Competitive salary and benefit package. Click here to apply: http://www.vhqc.org/careers/.   Benefit information available at www.vhqc.org under the Careers/How You Benefit/VHQC Benefits Summary section.  VHQC maintains a drug free workplace and is a M/F Disabled and Vet EEO/AA Employer.



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