Arlington, TX US
Community Health - Benefit Adm
Area of Interest:
Texas Health Resources System Services
M-F Days, occasional evenings and weekends based on business need.
Bachelor's Degree in public health, Health Administration, Business Administration, Nursing or related field with 4 years of experience required.
Master's Degree in public health, Health Administration, Business Administration, Nursing or related field with 2 years of experience required.
Grant making or fundraising experience desired.
Skills and Abilities: Experience in community/public health program planning and implementation, grants management required, ability to
demonstrate excellent judgement, attention to detail, collaborates with various positions and personnel levels within a
healthcare and community setting. Strong communication and presentation skills, ability to effectively interface, influence and
build alignment with individuals and multi-disciplinary teams internally and externally; comfortable with working in a dynamic
environment, managing multiple projects.
Program Manager, Community Health Improvement (CHI) will be responsible for executing the local CHI strategy – taking programs to target communities, building partnerships at the local level and working closely with community health workers.
For their region, Program Managers will work with Systems lead to strengthen data collection rocesses for Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and will ensure implementation of local CHNA plans. Program Manager will work with Systems lead to ensure proper Community Benefit Inventory Accountability (CBISA) reporting for assigned geography and entities. Program Manager will work with community partners to deploy evidence based education programs and promote community connect.
Program Managers will also support logistics related to regional impact circle meetings and will work with local grantees.
Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States and the largest in North Texas in terms of patients served.
Texas Health has 25 acute-care and short-stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint-ventured or affiliated with the system. It has more than 3,800 licensed beds, more than 21,100 employees of fully-owned/operated facilities plus 1,400 employees of consolidated joint ventures, and counts more than 5,500 physicians with active staff privileges at its hospitals.
At Texas Health, we strive to create an atmosphere of respect, integrity, compassion and excellence for all who come in contact with us, be they patients or our employees. We are committed to diversity in our workforce, and our mission to serve spreads across ethnic, cultural, economic and generational boundaries. We invite you to join us in furthering your career through our accomplishments and philosophy of excellence.