Community Health Investment Section Chief | HEALTH PROGRAM MANAGER II
California Department of Public Health
Location: Sacramento, California
Type: Full Time
Salary: $7,204.00 - $8,950.00 monthly
Internal Number: JC-338708
*PENDING HRD APPROVAL*
Final filing date: 11/24/2022
The incumbent works under the general direction of the Assistant Deputy Director (ADD) of the OPP, Policy and Program Branch. The Health Program Manager II (HPM II) serves as the CHI-S Chief. In collaboration with the Assistant Deputy Directory (ADD), the HPM II plans, organizes, and manages community health improvement and population health management projects; supervises and directs a multi-disciplinary team in designing projects, programs, and trainings, and implementing programs, policies, and standards; and oversees an initial strategic planning process for community health improvement and population health management priorities in California. The HPM II serves as a liaison as requested with the appropriate state programs; state, regional and local agencies; and statewide advisory committees. The HPM II oversees the administrative and operational functions of the CHI-S. Travel is required to attend in-state and out-of-state conferences, meetings, and trainings.
The work location is in Sacramento, CA. Teleworking may be available for this position, in accordance with CDPH’s Telework Policy and Procedures.
This position requires the employee to enter health care facilities to provide services or work as part of the duties. The selected candidate is mandated by CDPH to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus as defined by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Proof of vaccination status will be required as a condition of employment unless an exception is granted.
Resume is required and must be included.
Supplemental Questionnaire (SQ)
A completed Supplemental Questionnaire (SQ) must be submitted in order to be considered for this position. The SQ serves as documentation of each candidate’s ability to present information clearly and concisely in writing. The SQ should be typed, no more than two pages in length, with a font size no smaller than 12-point. Please answer the questions in the order as they appear below. Please note: resumes do not take the place of the SQ.
Considering the attached Duty Statement, please describe any special or unique qualifications or attributes you have that would contribute to your ability to serve successfully in this position while addressing the Desirable Qualifications identified. Please provide details of your professional strengths and skills not included on your application or resume, including any activities focused on community health investment and financing, population health management, and public health and health care partnerships focused on prevention and equity.
Describe your experience motivating staff, promoting engagement, enhancing morale, and fostering accountability in a constantly changing work environment.
You will find the Minimum Requirements in the Class Specification.
In addition to evaluating each candidate's relative ability, as demonstrated by quality and breadth of experience, the following factors will provide the basis for competitively evaluating each candidate:
Work experience in coaching and developing staff.
Excellent interpersonal skills, and ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with all levels of staff, external customers and stakeholders.
Good work ethic, professional, tactful, and high performing.
Commitment to delivering quality customer service.
Strong organizational skills, ability to set priorities, manage multiple projects, and meet deadlines with challenging time constraints.
Proven history of independently providing work products meeting high quality standards of accuracy and completeness.
Knowledge and experience related to community health investment and financing strategies to fund public health prevention.
Knowledge and experience related to collaboration between the health care delivery system and public health (e.g., community clinical linkages, community health needs assessment, community benefit planning, and health information exchange).
At the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), equity, diversity, and inclusion are at the core of our mission to advance the health and well-being of California’s diverse people and communities. We are genuinely and strongly committed to cultivating and preserving a culture of inclusion and connectedness where we can grow and learn together with a diverse team of employees. In recruiting for team members, we welcome the unique contributions that you can bring to us and the work we do.
The Human Resources Division (HRD) partners with CDPH’s programs and management to provide guidance and consultative services on HR matters that are necessary for the Department to carry out its mission to deliver quality public health services.