CPC Community Health is looking for a Program Manager to join their team. This position manages the successful Community Heart Health Actions for Latinos At Risk (CHARLAR) program. CHARLAR is a public health program focused on the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease and diabetes risk among Latinos in Metro Denver and Northwest Colorado. This community-based program is implemented through collaborative partnerships across multiple agencies and led by community health workers. CHARLAR is evidence-based, tailored to meet the needs of Latino communities, and has demonstrated positive results throughout Metro Denver since 2009.
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In this position you will:
• Provide leadership and support to CHARLAR’s partners, Community Health Workers (CHW) and Community Advisory Committee (CAC).
• Supervise and work with the project coordinator to implement screening and enrollment events, CHW-led classes focused on chronic disease prevention, data collection activities and graduation events.
• Supervise and work with the CAC facilitator to recruit CAC members, facilitate dialogue among members and develop content for CAC quarterly meetings and strategic planning sessions.
• Oversee professional development and training of the CHWs.
• Prepare and monitor program timelines, deliverables and budgets.
• Negotiate scopes of work and budgets with funders and CHARLAR subcontractors.
• Coordinate data collection and reporting efforts.
• Collaborate with partner organizations and the CAC to disseminate program findings and updates.
• Explore new opportunities and strategic partnerships in public health.
• Contribute to presentation and publication efforts that arise from program data.
• Assist Development team with grant applications.
• Be responsible for additional duties as assigned.
Here’s what you will need to bring to the table:
• Master’s degree in public health or other health-related field. Alternatively, a Bachelor’s degree with 3 years of experience managing public health programs.
• Bilingual/fluent in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing) proficiency.
• Experience collaborating with community organizations.
• Proficiency with MS Office Suite including PowerPoint, Word and Excel.
• Knowledge of SAS.
• Excellent interpersonal communication skills, writing skills, and organizational skills.
• Great attention to detail and good problem solving skills.
• Ability to work effectively both in the team environment and independently.
Please include a short cover letter with answers to the following questions: Why would you be a good candidate for this position? Describe your proficiency in the following:
a) Public health b) Working with Latino communities c) Spanish language d) Working with data. Are you authorized to work in the United States? Do you now or will you in the future require sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B visa status)?
If you are interested in applying, please forward your cover letter, your CV and 3 Letters of Reference: Careers@cpcmed.org.