- Position: Health Educator
Organization: Montefiore Medical Center
Posting Date: September 16, 2015
Montefiore Medical Center
Department: Office of Community and Population Health at Montefiore Health System
Salary: 45k – 55k
Qualifications: Background in public health, health education, community health, nutrition, reproductive health, chronic disease management. CHES license required/eligibility within 6 months of hire required. Bachelor’s required, Master’s preferred. Excellent computer skills required. Bilingual in Spanish a plus.
The Health Educator works directly under the Health Education Manager and is responsible for developing and delivering Health Education services at one or more of Montefiore’s outpatient clinics. These services include: facilitating health workshops and classes with a large emphasis on Diabetes prevention and management, counseling individual patients on healthy behaviors, working to improve chronic disease self-management skills and working together with a team of healthcare providers to provide support and education to patients. Additional responsibilities include data and reporting tasks, conducting in-services for clinical healthcare staff, participating in community health events, attending trainings and participating in academic conferences.
Qualified candidates should email resume and cover letter to:
Health Education Manager
- Position: Program Assistant
Organization: City University of New York School of Public Health
Posting Date: September 16, 2015
ADDRESS: 55 W. 125th Street, 8th Floor
QUALIFICATIONS: An interest and ability to assist faculty at the CUNY School of Public Health faculty in curricular, administrative and research duties. Ideal candidate would be familiar with the principles of public health and possess basic research (e.g., literature review) and strong writing skills. Bachelor’s degree and experience working in an administrative and research setting required. Familiarity with the public health fields is highly desirable.
HOURS: Flexible work schedule, 19 hours/week.
REMUNERATION: $15/hour. This position does not confer fringe benefits.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Working closely with members of the faculty, the Assistant will perform administrative, curricular development, and research activities, as needed and assigned. Administrative activities may include scheduling, organizing the logistics of events, processing travel and reimbursement, and other clerical work. Curricular development activities may include coordinating course syllabi, researching course materials, and organizing course files, among other tasks. Research activities may include literature search and review, project coordination, drafting of papers, references, and powerpoint slides, etc.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and brief cover e-mail to:
Terry Huang, PhD, MPH, CPH
CUNY School of Public Health
- Position: Program and Meetings Coordinator
Organization: Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders
Posting Date: September 16, 2015
About the Foundation:
In 2010, the Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders (FWGBD), a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, was launched to serve as a single site, single source of information and education for physicians and healthcare providers.
Menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause present unique challenges in women and girls with blood disorders. Undiagnosed, untreated blood disorders in women and girls have medical consequences at every life stage. The experience and training of three internationally recognized physicians in women’s blood disorders, Drs. Andra James, obstetrics/gynecology, Barbara Konkle and Roshni Kulkarni, hematology, underscored the need for such a foundation; their discussions about this need culminated in the new organization.
The mission of the FWGBD is to ensure that all women and adolescent girls with blood disorders are correctly diagnosed and optimally treated and managed at every life stage by:
- Raising awareness and educating healthcare providers including, but not limited to, pediatricians,
adolescent medicine providers, family practice providers, internal medicine physicians,
obstetricians & gynecologists, hematologists/oncologists, geriatricians, nurses and social workers
- Translating and disseminating information and research to healthcare providers
The FWGBD is dedicated to achieving the correct diagnosis and treatment of blood disorders and accompanying reproductive problems in women and girls with von Willebrand disease (VWD), other factor deficiencies, thrombophilias, sickle cell disease (SCD) and sickle cell trait (SCT), platelet disorders, immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) and anemias.
Managing difficult cases requires education beyond what is acquired in a single specialty or subspecialty. Using a multidisciplinary approach, the FWGBD focuses on educating healthcare providers with the aim of changing health outcomes in women and girls with blood disorders. Core tactics of FWGBD include educational presentations, symposia, and interactive exhibits at medical society meetings; working with professional medical societies to improve curricula for key specialties; a state-of-the-art web site; development of live webinars which are archived for continued access; and networking clinics of excellence in women’s blood disorders with new or developing clinics.
Additionally, FWGBD places great value on partnerships with medical societies that can help break down barriers to collaboration across disciplines—across the disciplines that serve women and girls. This collaboration is key to improving diagnosis, management and health outcomes for women and girls with blood disorders.
Supervisory responsibilities: No
Budget responsibilities: No
Reports to: Director of Education
FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt part-time (at least half-time: 20 hours/week)
Version Date: September 2015
The primary responsibility of the Program and Meetings Coordinator is to assist in ensuring educational excellence of on-line and live education programs of the Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders (FWGBD). The Coordinator is responsible for education meeting logistics—arranging, planning and implementing the meeting. This position also works with medical and health publishers to secure permissions for FWGBD’s use of medical and health articles and abstracts related to blood disorders in women and girls, both for dissemination at meetings and for inclusion in our Web Library. The Coordinator assists, via the Web, education program development by our faculty for Webinars and other education programs, and in raising awareness about the Foundation and maximizing its reach via Web and social media. The Coordinator has a good knowledge of the continuing education accreditation process—requirements, coordination of faculty, deliverables. The Coordinator understands and embraces the Foundation Mission and program goals.
Two to four times per year, the Coordinator will travel out-of-state (air or train travel) to help conduct education programs at national medical or healthcare meetings, disseminating articles and abstracts from our booth and/or during our medical program. The Coordinator assists the Director in the development of educational content, and coordinates the CME (Continuing Medical Education) accreditation process.
This position reports to the Director of Education and will participate periodically in meetings of our Board of Directors and/or Committees of the Board.
Work Space Requirements: FWGBD is a teleworking organization, with no co-located office space. All employees work from office space which they set up and maintain, either in their homes or at other office locations. A computer and necessary software are provided by FWGBD.
Coordinate Foundation Meetings from preparation and hotel arrangements to meeting implementation
- Hotel arrangements
- Logistics for Faculty and Participants
- Implementation—on-site support
Coordinate the preparation and development of on-line and on-site provider education courses—Webinars and medical, nursing and other healthcare provider sessions and symposia at national Society Meetings—that help achieve the Foundation’s Vision
- Education Planning—all Programs: assist the Director of Education, the ED and the Board medical members in the development of topics and content to be addressed in the on-line and on-site education programs, and assist with program evaluation
- Prepare applications for CME and CEU accreditation (continuing education credits for physicians and nurses)
- Communicate logistics and deadlines with faculty and coordinate timely receipt of education materials
- Participate in the development and administration of program budgets
- Prepare and maintain records and reports
- Write or assist in the writing of grants to develop new funding sources
Assist with the management and organization, along with Director of Education, and in communication, support and promotion of the Foundation’s various Learning Action Network (LAN) groups
- Set up and implement LAN member Web-based meetings; record/track outcomes
- Update and contribute to LAN information on Web site
- Assist Director with the promotion and dissemination of LAN information
Coordinate Foundation’s Social Media content and Mobile Application Development
- Ensure the currency of FWGBD social media content
- Assist in developing, in concert with Web Committee, the next wave of functionality for the Web site and mobile apps for the Foundation
Coordinate the updating and enriching of the Library and Resources on the Foundation’s Web site: fwgbd.org
- Request the necessary permissions from publishers to include their articles and abstracts on our Web site and to distribute articles at medical and nursing meetings
- Enlist input of our medical experts in adding resources to our Library
- Assist the Director of Education in ensuring the Library has comprehensive list of seminal articles, ground-breaking articles and the best of new research articles
- Work with the Web Chair and Web Committee of the Board
As a member of small, efficient staff, contribute to the team effort; perform other duties as requested.
- Bachelor’s degree preferably in Public Health, Health Education, Sciences or related field preferred; Master’s a plus. 3-5 years of experience in health/non-profit sector or working toward graduate degree
- Proficient in MicroSoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). Basic HTML, Adobe Photoshop a plus
- Meetings planning, implementation
- Additional needed skills: excellent written, oral communication and e-communication; project management; exceptional organizing skills and time management; program development; analyzing education evaluation data, synthesizing information; experience in grant proposal preparation – foundation and federal – a plus.
Travel: Requires a minimum of 2 times per year, and up to 4 times/year, within the US, to national medical/nursing society meetings.
Please send Cover Letter and Resume and direct questions to:
Kerry Funkhouser, EdD, Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org; 208.720.6430
- Position: Grants/Program Developer
Organization: Bronx Community Health Network
Posting Date: September 16, 2015
Position Type: Permanent
General Job Statement: As an integral member of the BCHN Community Health Promotion and Education Program (CHEPP), the Grants/Program Developer will assist the Director of Programs in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating community health programs. The Grants/Program Developer will assist the Director of Programs in seeking appropriate grant opportunities, writing grant proposals, preparing and submitting grant applications. He/she will also assist in managing the grants process, tracking deliverables, documenting outcomes and preparing grant reports. The Grants/Program Developer will report to the Director of Programs.
- Research government, corporate and foundation grants based on community and organizational needs
- Collaborate with health center, community-based organizations and other stakeholders to gather data and documents to support grant applications as well as to provide progress reports to funding agencies
- Conduct literature reviews to support grant proposal content
- Draft and write grant proposals
- Complete and upload grant applications and supporting documents on the funding agency’s electronic hand book Grants Management
- Inventory grant and research programs at the centers (academic departments, IRB, RRC, etc.)
- Provide 30-day prompts and reminders for grant reports and deliverables
- Conduct program and community needs assessments
- Design, develop and coordinate community health programs
- Collaborate with PR/Media Specialist to promote programs effectively
- Work with CMO/QI Director and Data Specialist to develop metrics, data collection methods and analyses fort program assessment
- Assemble and analyze data to prepare reports and documents
- Identify other complementary resources
- Other duties as assigned
Interested candidates send their cover letter and resume to:
- Position: Program Director
Organization: New York City Office of the Mayor
Posting Date: September 16, 2015
PROGRAM DIRECTOR, DIRECT ACCESS HEALTH CARE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
JOB NUMBER: 12383
The City of New York is testing a health care access program to improve uninsured residents’ access to and appropriate use of health care services. This cross-agency public-private partnership program will involve the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), Human Resources Administration (HRA), the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) and a network of community health providers, under the leadership of MOIA and the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services and supported by private foundations.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The health access program will target low-income individuals who remain ineligible for public health insurance post implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as a result of their immigration status, which excludes them from Medicaid and the insurance exchanges. The City estimates that out of an unauthorized population of 540,000 in New York City, approximately 345,000 individuals (64%) were uninsured in 2013.
Recognizing that immigrants, in particular unauthorized immigrants, face challenges in accessing health care services, Mayor Bill de Blasio launched the Task Force on Immigrant Health Care Access in 2014.
The Task Force recommended that the City establish a program that includes key elements of the health insurance model codified by the ACA. The planned program will include guaranteed access to primary care and care coordination to improve primary care service utilization and affordability for the residually uninsured in New York City. The long-term goal of this program is sustained improvement in population health outcomes for all New Yorkers.
This program will pick up where the ACA left off and will serve as a national example of how states and municipalities can act now to cost-effectively improve population health for those who remain uninsured and ineligible for insurance options.
In order to implement and manage this program, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) is seeking a dedicated Program Director who will work across agencies and with an evaluation firm to successfully implement, manage, and evaluate the program.
The Program Director’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Providing day-to-day leadership of the program, including coordinating with City agencies and external stakeholders to design and implement a successful program.
- Maintaining the program budget.
- Helping select and manage a program design and evaluation firm, which will support the program for approximately 18 months.
- Preparing for and engaging in contract negotiations with interested health care providers, and finalizing provider contracts.
- Overseeing the development and implementation of any technical work required to ensure enrollment, administration and patient information data sharing systems are in place before the enrollment period begins.
- Ensuring a consistent and successful outreach campaign to potential program enrollees, and a seamless enrollment process.
- Coordinating with the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City to ensure that all reporting requirements for funders are met.
- Managing internal reporting on the program, and working with the evaluation contractor to create and conduct a comprehensive fiscal and outcome evaluation of the program’s first year.
Staff for MOIA, along with staff for the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services will provide policy oversight, in conjunction with the Demonstration Project Steering Committee comprised of the participating agencies. This position will report to the Commissioner of Immigrant Affairs.
PREFERRED SKILLS AND/OR QUALIFICATIONS:
The ideal candidate will have:
- A Master’s Degree in public policy, public administration or public health or other advanced degree from an accredited institution
- 5 years of executive, Directorial, administrative or supervisory experience; a Master’s Degree can be substituted for up to 2 years of Directorial experience
- Expertise in health care financing and delivery, immigrant services and populations, public health research and evaluation, or related professional fields
- Extensive experience working with City government and agencies as well as community organizations or other neighborhood-based constituencies
- Strong project management skills with exceptional attention to detail required
- Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment required
- Outstanding interpersonal skills and ability to maintain positive relationships with a diverse array of constituencies
- Strong time management skills with a proven ability to multitask and to prioritize activities to successfully complete projects on tight deadlines with little supervision
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to present data in a simple and straightforward way for non-technical audiences
- Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment
SALARY: Commensurate with experience.
TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter and resume to: https://a002-oom03.nyc.gov/IRM/EventRegistration/RegForm.aspx?eventGuid=4645fdd8-310d-4db6-884b-e64d4d17fefd. In the section, “Position”, please insert the “Job Number.” This number (which is 12383).
The City Of New York And The Office Of The Mayor Are Equal Opportunity Employers
New York City Residency Is Required Within 90 Days Of Appointment
- Position: Administrative Staff Analyst
Organization: The New York City Administration for Children’s Services
Posting Date: September 16, 2015
CITYWIDE JOB VACANCY NOTICE
The New York City Administration for Children’s Services protects New York City’s children from abuse and neglect. Along with our community partners, Children’s Services provides neighborhood-based services to help ensure children grow up in safe, permanent homes with strong families.
CIVIL SERVICE TITLE: Administrative Staff Analyst
TITLE CODE NO: 1002A
SALARY RANGE: $56,937 -$88,649
NON-CITY MINIMUM: N/A
CITY MINIMUM*: $56,937
FUNCTIONAL TITLE: Project Manager
DIVISION/WORK UNIT: Policy, Planning & Measurement / Strategic Analysis
WORK LOCATION: 150 William Street, Manhattan
* Current City Employees with two (2) or more years of continuous City service are eligible for the City Minimum rate.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Systems Analysis and Improvement in the Division of Policy, Planning, and Measurement the project manager will play a key role in executing ACS initiatives with internal and external stakeholders. The project manager will combine insights gleaned from field work and organizational analysis to improve systems and practice across divisions and the child and family services sector. This will include supporting implementation of new initiatives; developing recommendations to support policy formulation and practice reform; and integration of services to support families and strengthen communities. The project manager will perform various duties including but not limited to:
- Managing multi-stakeholder systems improvement projects, including tracking and guiding project activities, facilitating dialogue among stakeholders, and ensuring that work is completed on schedule.
- Preparing documents, making presentations, and guiding goal-oriented meetings with key stakeholders on community-based and interagency projects.
- Performing field research and provide analytic and logistical support to projects.
- Exploring opportunities, developing strategies, and supporting ACS’s day-to-day involvement in key initiatives.
- Critically assessing operational areas to identify issues and recommend effective strategies to integrate and streamline child and family services in communities.
- Coordinating and collaborating with others inside and outside government to implement such strategies.
- Engaging with key stakeholders and building collaborative practice among partner agencies, community members and others.
- Drafting summary write-ups and more comprehensive reports to document insights gathered from field work.
The preferred candidate must have proven experience independently managing and completing projects involving stakeholders from varied backgrounds, roles and communities; proven excellent research and communications skills (both oral and written).
Additionally, the preferred candidate must have demonstrated ability to manage multiple, time-sensitive responsibilities effectively and independently in fast paced environment. Experience conducting operational reviews/process evaluations and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships across programs and with outside agencies, initiative, reliability, and resourcefulness are strongly desired. The preferred candidate will have experience with the following computer software: MS Word, Excel, Project, and PowerPoint; SPSS or another statistical software package.
- A master’s degree from an accredited college in economics, finance, accounting, business or public administration, human resources management, management science, operations research, organizational behavior, industrial psychology, statistics, personnel administration, labor relations, psychology, sociology, human resources development, political science, urban studies or a closely related field, and two years of satisfactory full- time professional experience in one or a combination of the following: working with the budget of a large public or private concern in budget administration, accounting, economic or financial administration, or fiscal or economic research; in management or methods analysis, operations research, organizational research or program evaluation; in personnel or public administration, recruitment, position classification, personnel relations, employee benefits, staff development, employment program planning/administration, labor market research, economic planning, social services program planning/evaluation, or fiscal management; or in a related area. 18 months of this experience must have been in an executive, managerial, administrative or supervisory capacity. Supervision must have included supervising staff performing professional work in the areas described above; or
- A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and four years of professional experience in the areas described in “1” above, including the 18 months of executive, managerial, administrative or supervisory experience, as described in “1” above.
Section 424-A of the New York Social Services Law requires an authorized agency to inquire whether a candidate for employment with child-caring responsibilities has been the subject of a child abuse and maltreatment report.
New York City residency required within 90 days of appointment.
NOTE: This position is open to applicants who took the Open Competitive Administrative Staff Analyst Exam (#5011), the Promotional Administrative Staff Analyst Exam (#5517), or those who are already permanent in the Administrative Staff Analyst title. Please indicate in your cover letter whether you have taken any of these exams or are already permanent in the Administrative Staff Analyst title. If you do not include this information in your cover letter, you will not be considered for an interview. Applicants who took an exam will be required to produce a copy of their Order Confirmation Receipt for verification if contacted for an interview.
To apply for this assignment, please submit your cover letter/resume electronically using one of the following methods:
CITY EMPLOYEES: Apply through Employee Self Serve (ESS). www.nyc.gov/ess. Search for Job ID #: 209399
ALL OTHER APPLICANTS: Go to www.nyc.gov/careers/search. Search for Job ID#: 209399
Your resume may be considered for additional assignments for which you are qualified. Only applicants scheduled for interviews will be contacted
Submission of application is not a guarantee that you will receive an interview.
POST DATE: 09 / 01 / 2015 POST UNTIL: 09 / 15 / 2015 JOB OPENING: 209399
Note: All resumes must be received no later than the last day of the posting period.
Bill de Blasio Gladys Carrión, Esq.
The City of New York and the Administration for Children’s Services are Equal Opportunity Employers Committed to Diversity
- Position: Data Manager, Bureau of Maternal Infant and Reproductive Health
Organization: The New York City Department of Health/Mental Hygiene
Posting Date: September 16, 2015
Salary Range: Hiring Rate: $57,403.00 (Flat Rate)
On-Board After One Year $63,765.00 – $70,142.00 (Annual)
MIRH seeks a Data Manager (City Research Scientist I) to work within the Research and Evaluation Unit. Under the direction and supervision of the Research and Evaluation Director and in close collaboration with the MCH Director, the Data Manager will be responsible for data management and analyses of data from home visiting sites
DUTIES WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO:
The Data Manager will be responsible for,but not limited to, the following;
Assist with data management activities,which includes data cleaning, recoding of variables, running queries, and quality assurance checks,
Provide aid with them monitoring and managing of incoming data and respond to ad hoc data requests;
Perform data analyses for routine reports, data requests, evaluation projects, and other special epidemiologic analyses;
Contribute to the development, oversight and implementation of research and evaluation studies and to use data and findings for effective decision making:
Develop/revise/edit program and study reports and journal articles and present findings at conferences and meetings in collaboration with Senior Staff; and
Other duties as assigned Minimum Qual Requirements
- For Assignment Level I(only physical, biological and environmental sciences and public health) A master’s degree from an accredited college or university with a specialization in an appropriate field of physical, biological or environmental science or in public health.
To be appointed to Assignment Level II and above, candidates must have:
- A doctorate degree from an accredited college or university with specialization in an appropriate field of physical, biological, environmental or social science and one year of full-time experience in a responsible supervisory, administrative or research capacity in the appropriate field of specialization; or
- A master’s degree from an accredited college or university with specialization in an appropriate field of physical, biological, environmental or social science and three years of responsible full-time research experience in the appropriate field of specialization; or
- Education and/or experience which is equivalent to “1” or “2” above. However, all candidates must
have at least a master’s degree in an appropriate field of specialization and at least two years of experience described in “2” above. Two years as a City Research Scientist Level I can be substituted for the experience required in “1” and “2” above.
NOTE: Probationary Period
Appointments to this position are subject to a minimum probationary period of one year.
Graduate degree in public health. or a related field
Experience with Microsoft Access. including creating and running queries Familiarity with SQL or SAS programming
Proven writing skills with ability to synthesize large amounts of information into succinct, readable reports
Some experience in quality assurance and data management, and analysis of large public health datasets
Ability to merge multiple datasets and match records based on various identifying characteristics
Apply online with a cover letter to https://a127-jobs.nyc .gov/. In the Job ID search bar, enter: job ID number #21 1951.
We appreciate the interest and thank all applicants who apply, but only those candidates under consideration will be contacted.
Work Location 42-09 28th Street
New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam,Westchester. Rockland. or Orange County.To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.
After applying online, please inform Ms. Attiqa Mirza at email@example.com of your interest in the position.