Summary of Essential Job Duties:
The Director leads community health in-the-field programs across Cedars-Sinai. Responsible for the long-term planning and transition of these programs to focus on capacity building as well as their ability to deliver both output and outcomes-based results. Alignment and partnership internally with other Community Engagement and Cedars Sinai health education and screening programs, as well as establishing and maintaining community-based relationships are cornerstones of this role.
•Directs in-the-field community health programs across Cedars-Sinai. This includes multiple programs such as a mobile pediatric medical unit to physical and mental health programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District to community health improvement programs and initiatives spanning across various patient populations.
• Directs strategic planning and program design through implementation and evaluation. Leads evaluation efforts for Cedars-Sinai’s in-the-field community health programs.
• Leverages community health programs’ ability to analyze and use community benefit data, implementing dashboarding, enhanced reporting, planning and accountability for all in-the-field community health programs.
• Ensures systems are in place to meet community health regulatory demands.
• Identifies, establishes, and develops partnerships internally and externally to support Cedars-Sinai’s community health mission and in alignment with other identified organizational stakeholders.
• Manages a team of leaders who supervise day-to-day efforts in the field.
• Develops and executes mid- and long-term strategies for the capacity building nature of Cedars-Sinai’s in-the-field community health programs.
• Serves in a leadership position for internal and external resources and as a driver of coalition work in community health focused on building culture and fostering partnerships that lead to improved outcomes.
• Creates alignment between operational realities, strategic initiatives and community opportunities.
Minimum bachelor's degree in Public Health, Health Administration or a related field.
Master's degree in Public Health, Health Administration or a related field is preferred.
No license is required.
Minimum 10 years of experience in community health, public health, nonprofit, healthcare, or related field.
Minimum 5 years of progressive management and leadership experience.
- Working Title: Director, Community Health Programs
- Department: Community Engagement
- Business Entity: Corporate Services
- City: Los Angeles
- Job Category: Community Engagement
- Job Specialty: Community Engagement
- Position Type: Full-time
- Shift Length: 8 hour shift
- Shift Type: Day
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