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Position Title: Programs Coordinator, Population Health
Job Category: Non-Clinical Support
   
JOB ID #: 2790
Date Posted: June 6, 2018
Date Available: Immediately
Closing Date Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Loan Repayment:
   
Job Description:
Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS) is a membership association of Community Health Centers (CHCs) serving low-income, homeless, and agricultural worker populations in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming (Region VIII). CHAMPS, a dynamic and team-orientated non-profit, provides support to these health centers serving underserved communities in collaboration and partnership with Region VIII State Primary Care Associations. The Programs Coordinator must be self-motivated, able to manage multiple tasks and work with diverse people, carry a heavy workload, and travel. The Programs Coordinator, Population Health is responsible for the coordination and implementation of CHAMPS’ Special and Vulnerable Populations (SVP) and Outreach & Enrollment (OE) programs, and provides support for additional website, clinical quality improvement, advocacy, and other CHAMPS activities.

General Duties:
1. Plan content and coordinate logistics for related CHAMPS distance learning events (webinars, collaborative video meetings, etc.), face-to-face trainings, and annual conference, including tracking related participants/outcomes and maintaining collaborative video meeting procedures documents.
2. Enhance, maintain, promote, and ensure the continuity of related areas of the CHAMPS website, including content development/review.
3. Maintain overall website continuity, including staff support, maintenance of additional areas of the site, biannual review of content, tracking of site analytics, maintenance of procedures documents, and periodic site evaluation.
4. Develop related content for newsletter articles, social media posts, etc.
5. Develop and distribute Special and Vulnerable Populations and Outreach & Enrollment e-Digests.
6. Maintain the CHAMPS advocacy plan for Region VIII health centers.
7. Facilitate peer networks of Region VIII SPCA special/vulnerable populations and Outreach & Enrollment staff and develop and maintain partnerships with federal, regional, and state partners, agencies, and other entities as appropriate in related areas to build support; determine needs; share resources, challenges, and best practices; and identify collaborative opportunities.
8. Attend related partner-led events and trainings as appropriate; disseminate information about related partner resources, events, trainings, etc. to Region VIII health centers and SPCAs as appropriate.
9. Work with CHAMPS staff, Region VIII health centers and SPCAs, and other partners as appropriate to identify related gaps in knowledge, training needs, etc.; identify and develop new and/or updated related trainings, materials, resources, to meet regional needs.
10. Provide related written program updates for CHAMPS governing and advisory bodies as requested (Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Mountain/Plains Clinical Network Steering Committee, etc.).
11. Design and maintain advertising materials for related CHAMPS events, products, resources, and services.
12. Compile data and conduct basic data analysis; develop and distribute relevant information on a variety of issues and topics, including Region VIII data summaries, related areas of the annual Region VIII UDS summary, etc.
13. Provide support for CHAMPS’ clinical quality improvement programs and activities (e.g., Project ECHO and additional learning community sessions, Spanish language training, Mountain/Plains Clinical Network Steering Committee video conference calls and meetings, etc.).
14. Assist with grant/Cooperative Agreement writing, tracking, and reporting.
15. Participate on cross-company committees as assigned.
16. Assume other responsibilities as assigned by CHAMPS Directors.
17. When identified, bring compliance concerns to the attention of the CHAMPS Corporate Compliance Team.
   
Site with Opening: Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS)
Denver, CO
   
Hiring Organization: Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS)
Contact Name: Jen Anderson
Mailing Address: 600 Grant Street, Suite 800
Denver, CO 80203
E-Mail: jen@champsonline.org 
Website: www.champsonline.org
Phone: Not Available
Fax: Not Available
Special Instructions: Please provide resume, cover letter, salary history, and responses to the following:
1. This job requires completion of multiple tasks with competing deadlines. Describe your experience with completing multiple tasks for multiple people and your approach to doing so, including how you prioritize tasks and ensure your final work product is high quality.
2. CHAMPS strives to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction in all of our activities. Please describe at least one example of how you would ensure a high level of customer satisfaction among internal staff, members, and external partners.
3. What does community health mean to you?

Applications due by Close of Business on Wednesday, June 20th. Applications accepted via e-mail or mail. No phone calls.
   
Practice Highlights:
Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS) is a membership association of Community Health Centers (CHCs) serving low-income, homeless, and migrant populations in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming (Region VIII). CHAMPS, a dynamic and team-orientated non-profit, provides support and technical assistance to these safety net clinics in underserved communities. CHAMPS is an equal opportunity employer, offering flexible benefits, a casual work environment, and competitive compensation (DOE).
   
Community Highlights:
The Denver area is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains and the largest metropolis between California and Missouri, and between Dallas and Seattle. The city boasts the nation's largest airport, successful professional sports franchises, renowned restaurants and hotels, the second-largest performing arts center in the nation and a proliferation of four-season recreational pursuits, outstanding education options, first-rate healthcare facilities and a thriving economy.
   
Other:

Desired Qualifications:
1. Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field (Associate’s degree with extensive experience in a relevant field may be substituted).
2. Two years of experience in the fields of nonprofit, member services, public administration, and/or health care preferred.
3. Knowledge in the areas of public/population health, public and private health insurance, outreach strategies, health policy, health education, and/or basic data analysis preferred.
4. Ability to work with minimal supervision and maximum accountability.
5. Excellent organizational, time management, and implementation skills, and commitment to quality.
6. Strong written and verbal communication skills which includes but is not limited to editing and proofing written work and delivering presentations to groups varying in size.
7. Excellent computer skills, particularly with all Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access. Experience with website content management software including WordPress, and online meeting and learning platforms including Zoom and GoToWebinar. Experience with graphic design tools such as Easel.ly a plus.
8. Ability to build credibility and trust with members and partners and maintain productive relationships.
9. Ability to work as a team member with individuals from varied professional backgrounds and diverse cultures.
10. Ability to thrive in a complex and rapidly changing environment.
11. Ability to work with customer/client groups and/or experience in membership organizations.
12. Awareness of, and value for, cultural competence.
13. Fluency in written and spoken English.
14. Ability to travel.
15. Physical ability to stoop, kneel, bend, use a computer, and perform light lifting.

CHAMPS is a membership organization that places a high value on member relations and customer service. The successful Programs Coordinator, Population Health will display sound judgment; relate well to the public and staff; be responsive to and respectful of member needs; have a professional demeanor; prioritize customer satisfaction; and be well organized.