We are hiring a Community Health Manager!
Send cover letter and resume to Bnajera@mswomenscenter.org
JOB TITLE: CH Program Manager Full-Time
REPORTS TO: E.D./Program Director Salary range $31,000-$35,000 CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
The Program Manager is responsible for the management, facilitation, and strategic implementation of the Community Health program. The position is a Full-Time position.
- Oversees and Facilitates programming including interacting with clients for Breast Health, our Women’s group, parenting classes, Westside garden, and new initiatives as assigned
- Serves as a representative of the Center to program partners
- Organizes and implements community health events and supports center wide events
- Organizes parents for projects assigned according to identified community issues
- Plans outreach activities and utilizes best practices as modified by updated and culturally relevant curricula
- Collects and aggregates data for reporting to Executive Director, Board of Directors and funders
- Prepares accurate reporting to funders according to funding guidelines and grant or contract timelines
- Organizes basic needs referral information provided by Project Coordinator for center-wide reporting
- Performs general administrative tasks to support the program (scanning, printing, organizing, etc.)
- Maintains administrative records (registration forms, permission forms, attendance, list of contacts, monthly or weekly calendar, planning documents, email correspondence, and other documents as requested by the Executive Director)
- Responsible for some staff management including participation in performance evaluations and disciplinary processes
- Works with the Executive Director to ensure quality programming that meets the Center’s mission and funding guidelines.
- Manages staff schedules, volunteer opportunities, and special guests
- Shares responsibility for the purchase of program supplies
- Plans transportation
- Communicates with promotoras (community health workers) regarding program processes, client needs and observations
- Interview, coordinate and manage intern team from various schools
- 3-5 years experience in Community Health and/or Health and human services
- CHW Certification a plus
- 1-2 years supervisory experience
- Spanish bilingual
- Excellent communication skills, organized, and punctuality is required
- Must be able to conduct themselves in a professional manner that demonstrates respect for others at all times
- Demonstrated leadership
- 2-3 years experience in data management and program evaluation methods
- Able to work collaboratively with other staff members in a team environment
- No special licenses required
- All applicants will be required to sign a release form for the Center to conduct a criminal record background search. This is a prerequisite to working with families.
- Must have access to reliable transportation. Mileage will be reimbursed for outside travel for programming with proof of insurance and valid registration
- Must be able to work the hours required by the program. (The hours are Monday – Friday 9AM – 6PM, some nights and weekends required.
- Must dress professionally and/or appropriate as outlined in the personnel policies
Needed: Communications Intern
Please contact Jasmine.Dev@mswomenscenter.org for details.
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