A midlevel manager in Clinical Operations/Nursing Office, the Manager of Health Education and Risk Reduction Programs manages the planning, delivery, and integration of health education and risk reduction programs/services in the ambulatory care setting; manages the grants/external funding sources supporting such programs/services; and supervises assigned non-licensed care team members in direct service delivery.
This position manages a grant portfolio of 10-12 unique funding sources with combined annual budget of >$1M, the largest portion of which is funded through the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) and the State of Minnesota, e.g. Departments of Health (MDH) and Human Services (DHS).
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Develop and support a coordinated system of gender and sexual health programs/services that collectively increase patient access and enhance the patient experience; engage necessary internal public health and clinical care functions to design and implement such programs/services
- Function within multidisciplinary, matrixed leadership structure to effectively and efficiently integrate gender and sexual health programs/services into ambulatory care model
- Stand up and chair the HIV Care Continuum Roundtable (or its equivalent) to assure coordinated planning, delivery, and evaluation of programs/services along the HIV care continuum (prevention-diagnosis-referral to care-retention in care-viral suppression)
- Coordinate monitoring, evaluation, and continuous quality improvement activities for the program portfolio; actively incorporate lessons learned and best practices into gender and sexual health programs/services; adjust and improve strategies to reach targets
- Incorporate relevant trends, current research, and state/national frameworks into program/service design and CQI processes
- Serve on relevant internal committees/taskforces, as assigned
- Work collaboratively within matrixed environment to proactively identify funding needs/priorities and relevant opportunities to support program priorities and goals; contribute to, and at times lead, the pursuit of strategic funding opportunities (under direction of Office of Advancement)
- Forecast sponsored funding transitions (growth, contraction); develop and activate plans to maintain necessary revenue streams to support program priorities and goals
- Manage awards in portfolio throughout the grant lifecycle
- Operationalize project portfolios annual work plans and budgets; assure targets are met on time and on budget; forecast, spend, and reallocate budgets, as necessary, to meet targets
- Coordinate internal usage of data management systems specific to program portfolio (e.g. CAREWare, EvaluationWeb), including data entry, data quality, and data assurance
- Track program compliance with all relevant contracts, rules, and regulations (including Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, Minnesota Department of Health, and other granting agencies)
- Provide strategic support, supervision, and thought leadership to assigned staff
- Attract, develop, coach, and retain high-performance team members; proactively identify and respond to staffing needs as programs grow/contract
- Build staff capacity where gaps exist; identify areas for staff professional development, and proactively create opportunities for such growth
- Facilitate team cohesion, collaboration, and processes; create a positive work environment that encourages communication, teamwork, and shared lessons learned; identify and address problems with prompt resolution
Works independently with minimal direction and consultation from supervisor. Directly supervises assigned staff. May also supervise and/or direct contractors, volunteers, and/or students/trainees.
Work Environment and Physical Demands
The work environment varies based on assigned tasks. This role infrequently comes into contact with patients who may have contagious illnesses. This position is minimally active. The employee may periodically lift and/or move items under 20 pounds.
Who We Are
As Minnesota's largest Federally Qualified Health Center, Minnesota Community Care ensures that the communities we serve have access to high quality and affordable health care. Approximately 85% of our patients are people of color from Asian, African American, American Indian or Latino communities, and 98% of our patients had incomes below 200% of federal poverty guidelines.
Minnesota Community Care is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.