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Employer: Center for Health Equity Education & Advocacy (CHEEA)
Located in: Somerville, Massachusetts
Degree Required: Bachelors
Category:Professional and Management
10 Beacon Street, Somerville, MA
Department:Center for Health Equity Education
Job Type:Part Time
Requisition Number: hrq-90237
The Center for Health Equity Education & Advocacy (CHEEA) is a Cambridge Health Alliance based center dedicated to improving health professionals' capacity to understand and improve health equity and contribute to a more just health care system. CHEEA will run a number of educational programs to engage health professions learners to develop greater knowledge in the realms of health equity and skills to become more effective advocates to improve health. CHEEA's scholarly agenda will include developing and evaluating health equity curricula and publishing our results. We will also publish review articles and opinion editorials.
Under the general supervision of the Directors of the CHA Center for Health Equity Education & Advocacy (CHEEA) and in accordance with CHA's established policies and procedures, the Program Manager provides high level administrative support and assists the directors to design, resource and manage this new center's various programs, outreach and research projects. In addition, the Program Manager will assist in developing curricula, producing scholarly work and other activities. Center staff (faculty for our programs and consultants we hire), will report to the Program Manager. The Program Manager reports directly to the Directors of the CHEEA.
Duties and Responsibilities:
coordinating and attending large scale events from pre-planning through evaluation;
preparing and executing numerous educational programming activities. Some events may be on weeknights or weekends;
Managing calendars and assisting with various administrative tasks including but not limited to: programming scheduling, meeting coordination and preparation, community outreach, travel arrangements, invoice and reimbursement processing, etc.
participating in budgeting;
handling a wide variety of complex situations, and confidential and time sensitive materials;
preparing routine and advanced communications (including by social media), letters, meeting minutes, reports, and presentations;
designing, and implementing work flow and system improvements;
developing CHEEA's website, maintaining social media presence (e.g, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin);
contributing to curriculum development, delivery, evaluation, and publication;
contributing to research including grant seeking and writing, data collection/analysis; writing drafts of publications;
managing IRB applications, reports and correspondence.
Requires a Bachelor's Degree or its equivalent (Master's Degree in Education or public health preferred) and managerial experience as an executive level assistant or equivalent. Requires: creativity, good judgment, independence and excellent interpersonal skills. Requires: advanced computer skills - experience with Microsoft Office and Google Suites (including Google PowerPoint, Google Sheets. Etc.) and excellent English writing skills.
The position is 20 hours per week. Routinely the schedule will be 9a-1p, but weeknights and weekend availability required as projects require.
Posted on 06/25/2019
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