The Health Care Improvement Foundation (HCIF) is seeking a full-time Senior Project Manager. This position provides advanced project management support in the design, delivery, and evaluation of programs within HCIF’s community and population health portfolio. The role entails strong capacity for teamwork, the ability to carry out advanced project management tasks independently, a high degree of attention to detail and accountability to project deadlines and deliverables, skill in meeting facilitation and event planning, and excellent oral and written communication skills, and facility with data collection and analysis. At present, this position supports two initiatives:
- Novo Nordisk’s Cities Changing Diabetes, a private/public partnership that works to improve the lives of people living with or at high risk for developing diabetes in cities throughout the world. This position will play a critical role in overseeing Philadelphia’s Faith & Diabetes Initiative, a unique, interfaith learning collaborative focused on enhancing the capacity of communities of faith to address chronic disease through collaboration, health literacy, and peer education.
- Health literacy initiatives focused on building health literacy coalitions at both regional (southeastern Pennsylvania) and state levels.
Candidates for consideration must have a master’ degree in public or community health, health care management, health communication, public affairs, non-profit management, or similar discipline. Individuals should have three to five years of relevant work experience in a health care or community health setting, involving project management and data analysis. Experience with population health, collaborative health care initiatives, chronic disease management, faith-based community health initiatives and/or health communication is preferred. Candidates should also possess excellent time management skills, analytical, oral, and written communications skills, and possess strong attention to detail. Our HCIF team is small; therefore, the candidate will be working closely with a small team on a daily basis and balancing a large network of partners across non-profit, health care, and philanthropic sectors. Competence with webinar platforms (Zoom), infographic platforms, and the use of social media as well as project management tools and Microsoft Office are a must. The starting annual salary for this role is $70,000.
EEO Employer F/M/veterans/disabled are encouraged to apply. To apply, please submit your resume and a one-page cover letter that describes your interest in this position, your relevant experience, and anything else you’d like us to know to help us evaluate your candidacy. Resume and cover letter should be sent to Kmccoy@haponline.org.
The Health Care Improvement Foundation (HCIF) was established in 1980. Philadelphia-based HCIF (www.hcifonline.org) is a nonprofit organization that drives superior health care through collaboration and shared learning. Our vision is healthier communities through equitable, accessible, and quality health care. HCIF’s approach engages cross-sector resources to implement solutions that no one could achieve individually. Since its inception, HCIF has been recognized as an outstanding example of how advances in quality care can be achieved through large-scale collaboration. HCIF has worked with numerous organizations to improve quality of care, health equity, patient safety, and population health issues such as COVID-19, perinatal care, readmissions, cancer, chronic disease, workplace violence, food insecurity, trauma-informed care, and health literacy.
HCIF’s work covers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Mid-Atlantic region. The Board of Directors is composed of leaders representing health systems, health payers, the business community, and the public health sector. HCIF maintains a staff of eleven (11) professionals and is supported by contributions from hospitals and health systems, government grants, contracts, partnerships with corporate sources and payers, and donations from foundations and individual donors.