Company: Charles Drew Health Center
Posted on: April 10, 2021
POSITION SUMMARY The Omaha Health Start Program Manager (OHS PM)
will lead a team focused on addressing Maternal Child Health (MCH)
related needs with the aim of reducing rates of infant mortality.
OHS PM will provide oversight for OHS Staff to ensure outreach,
education, and case management goals are achieved. In addition, OHS
PM will serve as the liaison between the team and community
maternal child health initiatives in Douglas County, with a focus
on North Omaha. As member of the Operations Department, the OHS PM
will work in collaboration with CDHC leadership to ensure
participants have necessary supports to meet their healthcare
needs. POSITION-SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Plan and implement strategies related to successful
implementation of goals and objectives outlined in the OHS Grant
- Work in partnership with Federal, State, and Local MCH groups
and initiatives, to include but not limited to, Community Action
Network (CAN), Douglas County Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR)
and Baby Blossom Collaborative (BBC).
- Provide oversight for staff to ensure standards are being met
and that routine documentation of all staff is in accordance with
established guidance. This includes completing file audits and
routine case conferencing.
- Lead efforts to ensure timely and accurate reporting to meet
all internal and external requirements.
- In collaboration with Program Director (PD), provide clear and
consistent updates to Healthy Start Project Officer.
- Collaborate with organizational leadership to identify and
overcome needs related to participant access to care and services
to meet integration goals.
- Develop programmatic procedures, educational materials, and
operational effectiveness reports. Trains and ensures competency of
staff on all departmental procedures and operations.
- In collaboration with the PD and Business Office, manage
day-to-day activities and routine review of programmatic budget to
meet objectives while being good stewards of the funds.
- In collaboration with the PD, create plan to monitor
programmatic goals and develop performance improvement strategies
- Work in partnership with external organizations assigned to
programmatic data collection and analysis in accordance with
established Memorandum of Understanding(s).
- Conduct regular one-on-one meetings with direct reports to
coach, train, develop and empower employees. Effectively
- Ensure target populations and community partners are identified
and engaged through robust outreach and health education
strategies; with the ultimate goal of establishing care and/or
enrollment in programs.
- Responsible for staff life cycle to include: hiring,
performance management, employee coaching, development, and
- May perform other duties as assigned POSITION REQUIREMENTS
- Bachelor's Degree required. Master's degree in Social Work,
Public Health, or Public Administration strongly preferred.
- Two or more years of management experience required. Leadership
for case management teams preferred.
- Active and valid driver's license.
- Adult and Infant CPR trained (can be completed within 3 months
- Demonstrated experience in financial planning, grants
management, human resources and clinic operations.
- Demonstrated mastery of critical thinking, analytics, and
problem solving skills required.
- Demonstrated ability to interact and communicate effectively
with individuals at various levels both inside and outside of the
organization, often in sensitive situations.
- Prior experience with populations who are underserved and
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint and
- A proven track record of delivering on commitments within
timeline and budget.
- Proficiency with meeting facilitation and project
- Language: English fluency (Karen, Burmese, Mai Mai and Sudanese
language fluency a plus).
- Hours of Work: Expect to work 40 hour a week minimum.
- Travel: Moderate travel required.
- Exposure: The exposure characteristics described here are
representative of those an employee encounters while performing the
essential functions of this position. For example, while performing
the essential functions of this job, the employee may be exposed to
fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.
Additionally, the employee may be exposed to blood borne and other
hazardous chemicals. Finally, the noise level in the work
environment can be quite loud. In all cases personal protective
equipment will be provided to the employee in combination with
adequate ventilation and other engineering controls to minimize the
risk of exposure or other hazardous occurrence.
- Physical: Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable
individuals with special challenges to perform these essential
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