Work directly with CAHE Program Operations Director and leadership for advancing the efforts of our colorectal cancer prevention projects and spread of technological and marketing solutions within grant programs and the Center.
Lead the implementation of technological solutions with health system partners under the direction of the technology program leadership.
Lead the implementation of colorectal cancer prevention project with health system partners and other sub-programs to address colorectal cancer disparities under the direction of the Program Director.
Manage the daily operations of health system engagement and partnerships for all implementation efforts (includes expansion sites for the Ilcoloncares.org site).
Manage all aspects of ILColonCARES.org portal â“ engagement and retention of partners, expansion of portal, track utilization and provide rapid resolution to issues.
Manage Project ECHO series and facilitate sessions with health systems.
Coordinate, participate, and engage in all meetings and events with research team and with health system partners.
Build and maintain partnerships with local health departments.
Maintain detailed meeting notes from implementation meetings.
Maintain documentation of colorectal cancer programs to support outcomes identified in the work plan
Assist with preparation of funder reports; progress updates; data reporting; development of timely materials for dissemination to relevant stakeholders (including the local public health departments; local, regional, and national advocacy orgs; and academic research institutions).
Ensure necessary reports/documentation are submitted to on time and in appropriate formats to all granters / stakeholders when needed.
Conduct data collection, needs assessments, and analyses to support program planning and evaluation.
Plans and conducts quality assurance reviews and recommends changes as appropriate.
Interacts with faculty, researchers and staff for committee work or information.
Performs other related work as needed.
Advanced degree. Â
Relevant work experience.
Professional experience in academic institutions and/or public health.
Quality improvement experience in health care.
Experience working with minority populations.
Experience working at community health centers.
Knowledge of colorectal cancer prevention, general public health, quality improvement, project management, adult learning methods and understating of issues related to access to care (from the community and among health systems).
Position requires independence and initiative in leading and completing tasks.
Be able to work in a collaborative, cooperative environment both in the field and at the program offices.
Be able to facilitate small-large group meetings in-person and electronically and train others.
Knowledge of program planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Ability to manage competing priorities, work simultaneously on multiple initiatives, and meet deadlines.
Highly proficient project management skills, including a demonstrated ability to manage own time well and achieve objectives.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills to facilitate multi-level and multi-sector stakeholders during community meetings, online meetings, group meetings as well as one-on-one conversations with health department leaders and decision makers.
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.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong analytical skills and problem-solving ability.
Demonstrate flexibility with time lines and work schedule.
Sensitivity to cultural and ethnic differences.
Attention to detail.
Highly proactive and flexible.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google software (e.g., Google Docs, Sheets, Drive).
Willing to learn new technological applications and new skills.
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