The Co-enrollment Specialist Contractor will be a member of the Chronic Disease Prevention Program within the Community Health Promotion Division, at the Public Health Institute at Denver Health.
Under general supervision, this position provides content expertise and coordination for co-enrollment of the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit within Denver Health. Assists with the day-to-day planning and implementation of program objectives. Analyzes and tracks project deliverables and schedules and ensures program and specific projects operate in compliance with grant and funding objectives. Establishes and achieves program/project goals and objectives. Develops and modifies work plans and sets priorities. Ensures a constant focus on continuous improvement to achieve goals and objectives. Co-enrollment is about uplifting a patient-centered model that emphasizes convenience and stronger coordination so individuals and families can easily co-enroll in programs they are eligible for while on the Denver Health campus receiving other services. This integrated model not only improves customer experience with Denver Health and government benefit programs, but it also reduces poverty and improves health and development of Denver residents.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred
At least two (2) years of program coordination or experience in healthcare, social services, non-profits, or related field required. Program management experience within public health, social services, non-profit or a healthcare environment preferred.
In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree:
a. Associate’s degree and 5 years related experience required.
b. High school/ GED and 7 years related experience required.
Pay: $25-28/hour depending on experience
This position will focus on the following areas:
• Understand the current clinical workflow and available data
• Build relationships with external partners (Colorado Department of Public Health and
Environment, Code for America, etc.)
• Implement quality improvement processes to increase efficiency of the workflow and reach
• Collaborate with individuals and teams across sectors and internal to Denver Health (health care,
public health, workforce development)
• Influence a complex set of processes, policies, and systems that comprise filing for and benefiting in tax credits
• Support systems improvement which allows eligible Denver families and individuals to leverage
economic security programs (such as EITC and CTC) to improve their health and wellbeing.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Coordinates and implements the grant program activities.
2. Determines work plans, activity tracking, and monitors deliverables.
3. Assists with management of grant budgets and subcontracts and ensures compliance.
4. Monitors and tracks subcontractor activities, implementation, and compliance as assigned.
5. Prepares necessary and required reports to management, funders, and the community.
6. Provides content area expertise to project team.
7. Facilitates meetings and events.
8. Develops and maintains effective partnerships using a collaborative leadership approach.
9. Develops and supports community and partner engagement.
10. Ensures that all efforts are equitable, inclusive, and support diversity.
11. Attends and actively participates with community boards and coalitions.
12. Works collaboratively across Denver Health and Denver Public Health, as needed, to coordinate programmatic goals within required timelines
13. Identifies new opportunities for partnerships.
14. Participates in cross-training and cross-coverage, as needed, and determined by supervisor.
15. Other duties as assigned.
Send Resume and Cover Letter: Brittany.Goldstein@dhha.org with the Subject: Co-enrollment Specialist Contract Position.
Review full job posting here: Health Program Specialist Contractor Position