Position Overview: The University of Minnesota’s Institute for Translational Research in Children’s Mental Health has a Health Promotion Coordinator position open for a qualified individual to manage the daily operations of the ADAPT implementation project on Fort Bragg, NC.
This position participates in and provides oversight to the ADAPT implementation project embedded within the Fort Bragg Womack Army Medical Center. ADAPT is an evidence-based parenting intervention program that has been rigorously tested through Randomized Controlled Trials at the University of Minnesota. This position is responsible for overseeing the successful implementation of ADAPT into the primary care system on Fort Bragg’s Womack Army Medical Center. This includes (but is not limited to): engaging with key stakeholders, creating and delivering ADAPT informational presentations, assisting in the development of key screening tools and medical documentation practices, collecting ongoing feedback from participants and installation staff regarding processes, logistical support for facilitator training, and executing local program delivery. This position is also responsible for military and medical regulatory compliance and is accountable for writing and submitting progress and other reports to the ADAPT Project Manager.
Project Management (40%)
Develop, implement, and maintain project policies and procedures related to health promotion efforts.
Implement comprehensive timelines for all phases of the grant and identify resources to manage and meet predetermined grant deadlines.
Determine and track deliverables required at each phase of the grant and communicate deadlines and completion efforts to relevant parties.
Organize review meetings with project and medical staff to improve performance continuously and qualitatively.
Develop and disseminate any regulatory documentation, reporting requirements, and fiscal spending to relevant parties.
Understand and advise project staff on applicable military and medical policies or regulations; assists with incorporation and adherence of requirements.
Provide technical assistance and consultation to installation agencies, medical staff and other relevant entities regarding ADAPT implementation.
Program Administration (40%)
Assist in the development of a key screening tool and best practices for implementing use in a primary care setting; works closely with medical staff to ensure feasibility and compliance.
Assist in the writing, evaluation and execution of screening and referral protocols.
Assist in the planning and execution of ADAPT facilitator training during each phase.
Support the coordination of ADAPT program delivery during each phase.
Engage with medical staff and facilitators to maintain program fidelity during delivery.
Collect, evaluate, and maintain relevant program delivery statistics and related documentation.
Serve as a liaison to, and coordinate activities with, local PI and other medical staff.
Design and implement marketing and outreach strategies; works collaboratively with installation staff to develop communication approaches and tools to reach qualifying ADAPT families.
Forges strategic partnerships with installation staff to maximize the collaborative delivery of the ADAPT program.
Collect, evaluate and distribute informal and formal feedback received from families and stakeholders.
BA/BS plus at least 4 years of experience, or a combination of related education and work experience to equal 8 years
Knowledge of military culture and organizational structure
Master’s in Public Health, Community Health or related field
Experience with project oversight
Experience with prevention programs
Experience working in a medical setting
Experience working with military families
Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
Ability to take initiative and work independently
Strong problem solving skills
Internal Number: 330357
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