Project Leader – Community Affairs Job in NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Location New York, New York
Shift: Day (United States of America)
Description:

The project Leader will lead all project-specific activities related to the Community Health Needs Assessment, Community Service Plan, Community Benefit, and the Hospital’s Anchor work, among others. Responsible for contributing to the successful delivery and completion of these initiatives. Works to ensure continuous improvement, ensures quality of data, improves budgeting and monitoring capabilities and determines long range plans for process improvements.

Leads coordination and execution of department related projects, including the Hospital’s Community Health Needs Assessment: oversees relationship with external vendor, handles project management responsibilities, provides internal staff education, develops presentations.
Leads cross-function project teams in implementing, maintaining, enhancing and developing solutions to support department and Hospital initiatives related to community engagement.
Convenes meetings of project workgroups as appropriate, including facilitating discussions around project deliverables, action items and assignments for follow up and completion.
Supports ongoing adherence to and reporting on the Hospital’s Community Service Plan, working closely with internal teams.
Leads Community Benefit reporting and educates internal staff on community benefit.
Monitors and attends external events related to community relations and engagement..
May perform all duties inherent to managerial role. Participates in hiring, training, evaluation and termination of assigned staff according to hospital policies and procedures.

Preferred Criteria

Master’s in public health, health administration, or related area of study
Experience with budgeting

Required Criteria

Bachelor’s degree
Master’s in public health, health administration, or related area of study
Minimum six years’ experience in policy, public health, healthcare or a related field
Knowledge and understanding of local communities and leaders; the role of elected officials, governmental agencies and function of local and state governments
Strong presentation skills
Strong networking and communication skills
Excellent writing, analytic ability and project management skills
MS Office, Social Media, and Internet research skills

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