1) The Program Manager of All of Us will work closely with the Program Director in planning and managing daily operations of the program, primarily in management of partnerships, data collection/analysis, and events.
2) With the Program Director, the Program Manager will serve as a liaison and resource to the ARC partners and facilitate the relationship between the ARC and NIH.
3) Manage one full-time Program Coordinator, who will manage and implement a considerable amount of data collection and submission, information tracking, event planning, and promotions via social media and print/digital materials.
4) Manage the daily operations of AHCâ™s All of Us community engagement efforts.
5) Keep up to date with new resources, tools, and information/data provided by the NIH on the All of Us Research Program, then utilize them strategically to advance the ARC.
6) Facilitate partnerships with ARC organizations and senior/experienced researchers, health care providers, and administrators at partner hospitals, clinics, universities, as well as the NIH to implement All of Us community engagement projects.
7) Address/troubleshoot concerns and issues expressed by ARC partners and representatives from other partner organizations.
8) Ensure the cultural competency and sensitivity of AHCâ™s All of Us programming.
9) Develop and implement process and outcome evaluations of evidence-based strategies using both qualitative and quantitative data.
10) Conduct data collection, needs assessments, and analyses to support program planning and evaluation.
11) Supervise one full-time Program Coordinator and possibly student interns, and ensure program operations are being implemented in a timely, efficient, and accurate manner.
12) Perform other duties as assigned.
1) Prior experience delivering community engagement interventions to foreign-born/minority populations.
2) Demonstrated ability to adapt community engagement interventions to a target population.
3) Prior experience facilitating engagement strategies in a community setting.
4) Highly proficient project management skills, including a demonstrated ability to manage own time well and achieve objectives.
5) Ability to manage competing priorities, work simultaneously on multiple initiatives, and meet deadlines.
6) Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
7) Knowledge of program planning, implementation, and evaluation.
8) Strong analytical skills and problem-solving ability.
9) Excellent facilitation skills.
10) Sensitivity to cultural and ethnic differences.
11) Ability to develop strong working relationships with, and build consensus among, a diverse array of stakeholders within the organization and between the organization and community partners.
12) Excellent interpersonal communications skills to facilitate multicultural, multi-generational community meetings, committee meetings, and programming, as well as one-on-one conversations with community leaders, funders, and decision-makers.
13) Familiar with and prior experience using Microsoft Office (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
14) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
15) Highly proactive and flexible.
16) Prior experience delivering health promotion interventions to foreign-born/minority populations.
17) Prior experience facilitating health education in a community or clinic setting.
18) Prior experience promoting programs, initiatives, and/or campaigns via social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter).
19) Demonstrated ability to adapt health interventions to a target population.
20) Familiar with and prior experience using MailChimp, Squarespace, Adobe Photoshop, Canva, and/or Google software (e.g., Google Docs, Sheets, Drive).
1) Master's degree
1) Two to three years of experience in community engagement/public health/social work/social sciences
2) Two to three years of experience in program planning, development, and management experience
3) Two to three years of experience in a supervisor role
4) Experience working with minority populations
2) Cover letter
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