POSITION: College Assistant (2 positions available)
ORGANIZATION: CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy (CUNY SPH)
Duties and responsibilities:
CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy seeks a College Assistant. Reporting directly to the Director of Admissions, the College Assistant will serve as a Student Ambassador to assist with recruitment, data management, and related administrative services.
- Represent the school at recruitment events on and off-campus
- Meet with prospective students to answer questions about the application process and the school
- Answer/transfer incoming calls
- Provide assistance to Admissions Office staff
- General office duties including photocopying, responding to inquiries, updating and maintaining recruitment materials
- Assist in setting up and organizing recruitment events
- Must be willing to travel regionally and work evenings
Bachelor’s degree and 2 years related experience required. Current CUNY SPH graduate student in an MPH program. Excellent customer service, professional attitude and appearance. The selected individual will be a “student ambassador” who must be knowledgeable about the School’s programs and curriculum. Must be detail oriented and able to multi-task with strong communication skills. The candidate must also be proficient in Microsoft Office.
POSITION: Data Center Director
ORGANIZATION: World Trade Center Environmental Health Center – Central Office, New York, NY
Education Required: Master’s or Doctorate Degree in Health Administration or related field
Experience Required: Ten or more years of progressively responsible experience in health
services administration, preferably with exposure to academic medical centers and/or public
Major Areas of Responsibility:
This position is considered Key Personnel on the CDC/NIOSH contract to operate the federally funded Data Center (DC) for the Survivor population served by the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP).
- Overall responsibility for DC contract implementation and management
- Oversee expanded requirements related to data security (FISMA), HHS OIG audits, quality assurance, documentation, and reporting.
- Responsible for all DC reporting requirements. Oversee production of monthly, semiannual, and annual narrative and data reports.
- Supervise DC QA Coordinator. Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the QA/QI activities of the Clinical Center of Excellence (CCE) and play a coordinating role with the Program Deputy Director and the CCE QA Coordinator in assuring consistency and avoiding duplication (when possible) between the CCE and DC activities and reports.
- Supervise the Data Center Administrator and provide dotted line oversight of all EITS WTC positions, including 1 full‐time and 2 part‐time staff on H+H payroll, as well as 3 full‐time and 3 part‐time IT staff on consultant lines. The EITS staff has expanded under the new contract.
- Serve as senior intellectual lead and decision maker on the continued development and implementation of the custom designed, web‐based database application that serves as the key operational support data system for the WTC EHC. This application and its SQL database are essential to every day operations of the DC and CCE and the reporting requirements of both contracts. Guide the conceptual approach to further expansion of functions and data elements in the database application.
- Lead all data‐related aspects of the NIOSH‐mandated transition of CCE member Care Management from use of an external contractor to internal responsibility. This includes the assessment of a wide range of potential care management platforms to determine what product would meet the Program’s needs and the selection of a vendor, through the system configuration and implementation which is currently under way. (See further description below).
- Work with the WTC EHC Executive Director to provide the necessary supporting information for outreach functions, an activity that has expanded under the new contract based on new relationships with other NIOSH contractors (NYC DOHMH WTC Health Registry; LHI National Provider Network; NYU Responder CCE; LHI William Street Surge Clinic).
- Assure that new special analytic projects are completed by the DC Analytic Team. These projects include data linkages (with the National Death Index and with 5 state tumor registries) and active surveillance projects on cancer and advanced lung disease. These projects are primarily carried out by clinical staff based between Bellevue and the NYU Langone Medical Center who are funded under the DC contract. Assure that these projects move forward appropriately and that the required data is available for reporting.
- Oversee key operations of the WTC EHC that have experienced explosive growth in the last two years.
- Supervise submissions of certifications for 9/11‐related conditions that enable members to access the program’s care and services
- Oversee member transfers to and from the National Survivor program
- Review and approval of external claims for services provided to enrolled WTC Survivor members.
- Collaborate as Subject Matter Expert on internal claims for the three facility sites, which are prepared by CCE staff at Central Office for submission to NIOSH. Because of the highly complex rules of the WTCHP, both these areas require specialized expertise in processes that vary significantly from usual hospital business standard work.
- Oversee all data‐related aspects of the transition of WTC Survivor Care Management from an outside vendor (HealthSmart) to the WTC EHC. The NYC H+H clinics now provide intensive care management to members with cancer and other complex chronic conditions.
- Guide configuration and initial implementation of a new software platform called CaseTrakker.
- Oversee the ongoing implementation of CaseTrakker, including training of the expanded care management staff (from 13 to 26 RNs, SWs, and support staff).
- Serve as one of the three key spokespersons (with the Executive Director and the Medical Director) for the H+H WTC EHC with representatives of the federal government and its major contractors, as well as within H+H.
POSITION: Chief Data Officer
ORGANIZATION: Brooklyn Community Services
The Chief Data Officer (CDO) develops and oversees strategic management of data to ensure that the organization maintains a competitive edge in all aspects of data utilization throughout administrative and programmatic departments. S/he oversees a range of data-related functions to ensure BCS gets the most from its valuable assets, data. Responsible for the utilization and governance of data across the organization, the Chief Data Officer ensures that the mission and organizational and compliance strategies are supported by data – ensuring data quality, governance, management, information strategy, data science and business analytics. The CDO may work with members of the Board of Directors and will represent BCS at meetings and conferences with external parties. The CDO is an integral member of the Executive team as well as the “New Team” a group of C-level staff that lead program management.
- Oversee building the agency’s internal data infrastructure, capacity and solutions with opportunities to scale
- Oversee building programs’ data and compliance environment throughout the agency
- Ensure the utilization of data and analytics to provide evidence for program outcomes, service delivery improvement and enhancement and storytelling
- Develop and lead the implementation of refinement and communication of BCS’ data strategy across the organization
- Oversee and manage agency compliance oversight and reporting
- Lead the development and refinement of departmental data reporting and management
- Oversee data processes associated with BCS Core
- Supervise data management and compliance staff
- Work cross agency to support and conduct research, surveys and interviews for on-going program development, including output and outcome metrics definition and capture, initiate and lead data analysis to analyze statistics, detect issues and develop resolutions
- Manage staff to compile data outputs and outcomes for audience appropriate oral, visual and written reports
- Partner with IT to propose new tools and solutions
- Oversee the implementation of agreed-upon data solutions and designs
- Initiate and manage the development and implementation of new data procedures, standards and trainings
- Track adherence to the strategic plan, and assist in the development of new program models and strategic partnerships
- Oversee agency-wide use of Electronic Health Records software (currently AWARDS by Foothold)
- Act as liaison to a Committee of the Board of Directors as assigned
- Represent BCS at external conferences, meeting and events
- Participate in agency wide groups, trainings and meetings as required
- Assist with development of funding proposals as needed
- Other duties as may be assigned.
Skills and Qualifications Required:
- 8-10 years of relevant experience including 5-7 years in a data analysis, consulting or data science role and experience managing and developing staff.
- Proficient skills in Excel and PowerPoint
- Knowledge of data infrastructure and tools
- Knowledge of AWARDS by Foothold is preferred
- Strong time management skills, including ability to handle multiple, concurrent tasks
- Commercial awareness of data and organization demands within the nonprofit sector
- Attention to detail and nuance for numerical and QA precision
- Analytical skills to interpret and transform various types of data
- Excellent interpersonal skills, with tact and persuasive ability
- Ability to work as a member of and with teams
- Demonstrated knowledge of IT and data systems
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Self-motivation and ability to problem solve.
- Non-profit sector experience a plus
For further information & to apply: https://wearebcs.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/b4e04b1b-c326-6e5d-741a-6497cdba0337/apply?source=1143681-CS-34136
POSITION: Instructor, Assistant Professor (multiple positions)
ORGANIZATION: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City seeks investigators (MD or PhD) with an interest in home-based medical care for research faculty appointment at the Instructor or Assistant Professor level. The position will be based at the Division of General Internal Medicine/Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors Program and candidates will work collaboratively with investigators in the Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine, Mount Sinai at Home, and the Institute for Care Innovations at Home. These programs have a large portfolio of projects related to home-based health care delivery, including research in areas such as home-based primary care, chronic illness self-management support in the home, and complex chronic illness management. Details of the Division and the Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors Programs, research areas of focus, and research infrastructure are available at: https://icahn.mssm.edu/about/departments/medicine/general/research and https://www.mountsinai.org/care/primary-care/upper-east-side/visiting-doctors/about . Information regarding the Institute for Care Innovations at Home can be found at https://icahn.mssm.edu/research/institute-care-innovations-home
For further information & to apply: Inquiries should be sent to Dr. Alex Federman at email@example.com. Please include your curriculum vitae.