To advance issues around health equity, the Health Partnership seeks a Community Impact Manager who is a well-organized, self-starter with excellent communication skills and a commitment to social justice. The successful candidate will exhibit the following:
- Culture Champion – Commitment to the Partnership’s mission and working with diverse partners.
- Results Producer – A results-focused orientation with a proven track record of exceeding goals.
- Agility – Ability to think strategically, foresee opportunities and challenges and adapt as needed.
- Strong Communicator – Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Organization – Exceptional capacity to manage details, monitor progress and adjust accordingly.
- Action Oriented – Enjoys working hard, tackling challenges and is not afraid to take ownership of a situation.
Supervision: The Community Impact Manager is based out of the Routt or Moffat County office and supervised by the Executive Director and will supervise the Health Equity Coordinator, Regional Health Connector & Health Coverage Team.
The Community Impact Manager leads health equity efforts internally and externally in and across the greater Yampa Valley region. This position develops and delivers on health equity trainings, creates opportunities for community engagement and strengthens health and wellbeing collaboration.
This position requires strong leadership, project management skills, collaboration and empathy. A successful candidate will also bring organizational and management skills as well as innovation to ensure programs are fully supported to consistently deliver high quality services with impact and excellence.
- Coordinate health equity education, advocacy, training and events with the staff and community.
- Contribute to the organizational health and strategic direction of the organization as a member of the leadership team.
- Hire, coach and develop staff so they deliver on their key accountabilities, with high levels of employee engagement.
- Develop the program budget and oversee execution of program deliverables, including data gathering, analysis and insights.
- Develop and nurture relationships within the Community Impact Team and with community partners.
Coordinate health equity education, advocacy, training and events with the staff and community.
- Develop and facilitate workshops on the social determinants of health, implicit bias, institutional racism, LGBTQIA, among others for staff and for community partners/members
- Develop an issue based advocacy program to increase information about our community members and clients served.
Develop and nurture relationships within the Community Impact Team and with community partners.
- Oversee and coordinate the Community Health Needs Assessment
- Support the Yampa Valley Wellbeing Consortium, with guidance from the Executive Director
- Identify new opportunities to partner with local and regional organizations and coalitions
- Collaborate with partner organizations to maintain inter-organization communication and cooperation. Attend multi-disciplinary meetings and community meetings. Participate in community events as needed
Hire, coach and develop staff so they deliver on their key accountabilities, with high levels of employee engagement.
- Oversee employee recruitment, onboarding, and retention processes
- Supervise a core group of team members, monitor staff schedules, provide weekly individual and team supervision,
- Provide ongoing training opportunities for staff and support them in their professional growth
- Ensure team members know and understand team objectives & expectations and work together to achieve them through strong written and verbal communication skills.
Develop the program budget and oversee execution of program deliverables, including data gathering, analysis and insights.
- Oversee program budget process, reporting, financial and fund development planning in partnership with the Leadership Team.
- Assist in grant writing process including the writing of proposals and management, and reporting.
- Provide programmatic leadership for programs and activities in accordance with the strategic plan
- Assess annual and quarterly performance metrics to ensure alignment with the strategic plan and in adherence with program budget.
Contribute to the organizational health and strategic direction of the organization as a member of the leadership team.
- Report regularly to the Executive Director and collaborate to ensure program fidelity, effectiveness and sustainability.
- Participate in Leadership Team meetings
- Collaborate across The Health Partnership’s program areas.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Engage in cross-organization efforts, connecting project work to the broader Partnership.
- Promote organizational culture that encourages top performance and high morale guided by agency core values of Trust, Collaboration and Innovation.
- Performs all other special duties as assigned and requested.
- Bachelor’s Degree, with minimum of three years’ project management experience with progressive leadership development and supervisory experience. Experience in advancing the work around health equity and or social justice preferred.
- Ability to problem solve with solid analytical skills, understanding of business process and systems optimization
- Ability to engage diverse stakeholders to achieve community goals
- Ability to review data and make relevant management decisions
- Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with colleagues
- Experience in conflict resolution, disciplinary process and workplace coaching
- Preferred knowledge of healthcare delivery systems
- Mathematical skills to understand budgets, calculate figures, percentages, and use basic algebra
- High levels of organizational skills with a focus on problem solving, detail oriented and follow through
- Skills in identifying and using data to enhance collaborative work
- Competent with all Microsoft Office products and database applications
- Experience in collaborative projects preferred
- Passion for social justice and treating all with equal respect and dignity
- Independent travel throughout the region, including during inclement weather
- Must provide proof of a valid driver’s license and adequate insurance coverage totaling at least $300,000 per occurrence
- Up to 10% time traveling and flexible work schedule with working remotely
- Work location for administrative activity is in an accessible office environment
- Daily activity is 80% sitting or standing with extended periods of typing at a keyboard, 20% walking with occasional stooping, bending, reaching, twisting.
- Office equipment would include phone, computer, printer, copier on a daily basis
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