Nonprofit

Program Manager - National Health Initiative on Violence & Abuse

Hybrid
Work must be performed in or near San Francisco, CA
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Published 14 days ago

Details at a Glance

Time Commitment
Full Time Schedule
Education
Master's Degree Required
Experience Level
Mid-level/Managerial
Salary
USD $97,000 - $97,500 / year
This salary is based on a standardized compensation structure that is transparent across the organization, and is non-negotiable but eligible for step increases in future years.

Description

Location: San Francisco, CA

Status: Full-Time, Exempt, Grant-funded (2 years)

Hybrid schedule: Minimum 2 days per week onsite


**Due to COVID-19, FUTURES is requiring employees to provide proof of full vaccination. The position will be a combination of in-office and remote work based on FUTURES current hybrid work policy, which requires employees to be onsite 50% time.**


Futures Without Violence (“FUTURES”) is a dynamic national non-profit social change organization that works to end gender-based violence against children, youth, and adults around the world. We’re a team of educators, strategists, fundraisers, trainers and grassroots organizers who develop programs that can change social norms, advance policy, and mobilize people to prevent violence.   

  

DEPARTMENT: The National Health Initiative on Violence and Abuse provides training, technical assistance, leadership development and policy advocacy to address intimate partner violence in health systems, as well as build the capacity of domestic violence programs to address the health needs of survivors.  


OVERVIEW:

Reporting to the Program Director, the Program Manager would support the work of the National Health Initiative specifically working on two lead initiatives:


1) Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation: which is led by FUTURES to work with community health centers (also known as federally qualified health centers) to support those at risk of or surviving intimate partner violence (IPV), human trafficking (HT), and exploitation and to bolster prevention efforts.  Health centers are community-based and patient-directed organizations that provide affordable, accessible, high-quality primary health care services to individuals and families, including people experiencing homelessness, agricultural workers, residents of public housing, and veterans. They’re located in every U.S. state, territory, and the District of Columbia and provide care to all patients, regardless of ability to pay. We work collaboratively with twenty-one U.S. DHHS funded National Training and Technical Assistance Partners (NTTAPs) and develop health education virtual programs, policy briefs, and electronic health tools to assist the Nation’s network of 250,000 health center staff and their community partners respond to IPV/HT/E.


2) UCAAN ACEs Aware Initiative: Working on a California-specific initiative to advance health equity & improve the health of children, youth and their caregivers by linking adverse childhood experience (ACEs) education, screening and response to increase access to enhanced care management and community health worker services.


The Program Manager will work with the Director to support the operations of Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation. This includes informing health center practice and policy that promotes adult and child health, wellbeing, equity and violence prevention, as well as promoting partnerships with community-based domestic violence/sexual assault/human trafficking (DV/SA/HT) programs and coordinating with other NTTAPs and U.S. DHHS project officers. They will also work with the Vice President of Health to support the California Initiative on ACEs by coordinating technical assistance, training, learning collaborative convenings and educational and policy resource development.


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop clinical tools, blog posts, and resources for health centers/DV programs including electronic health tools, designed to improve the health center response to IPV/HT/E.
  • Partner with an evaluation team (University-led) including: to inform outcome measures for workplans, ensure ongoing data analysis and evaluation for educational programs; to summarize findings in reports and proposals; and utilize data visualization skills.
  • Support website strategy development; support communications across FUTURES and with our other NTTAP partners and federal partners, including coordinating outreach efforts, developing ads/marketing, and increasing visibility and engagement for our programs.
  • Submit conference abstracts and present, or attend national meetings and conferences with health center leaders and other NTTAP staff, HRSA staff, primary care association staff and working groups related to Health Partners.
  • Draft content and support the Director, Program Specialists and Program Assistant in the coordination of Health Partners’ annual reports to HRSA; annual workplan/national activities with partners; site visit (once every 3 years); and proposals.
  • Partner with the Futures Without Violence National Health Initiative Team, incorporating lessons from Health Partners as well as other strategic approaches to training, technical assistance and field building.
  • Participate in federal initiatives and workgroups, advocating for the inclusion of IPV/HT/E.
  • Support the Vice President of Health to coordinate activities relating to a California statewide initiative on Child trauma prevention and response.


EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:

  • A minimum of 8 in program development, and management. Candidates with graduate-level health administration, public health, or clinical degrees (MD, NP, RN, LCSW, PA, DO, DDS, CNM, PsyD, etc.) are encouraged to apply.
  • Those with experience working on state or federal grants, and on programs funded by U.S. DHHS, or CA Department of Health Care Services including those with experience working at primary care associations, health centers, school-based health programs, local or state departments of health, youth serving organizations or domestic violence/sexual violence coalitions, are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Content experience in violence prevention, social determinants of health, health policy and practice, or expertise in health technical assistance and program implementation.
  • Project management, organizational, and analytic skills to administer grant funded programs.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, to include demonstrated public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to make positive relationships with diverse groups of people and professions.
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and plan ahead while working cooperatively as a team member.
  • Ability to work within a high-paced environment with competing demands while ensuring high-quality work by self and staff.
  • Skills in Microsoft Office Suite and experience working in any of the following applications a plus: WordPress, Zoom, InDesign, Canva, Adobe Illustrator, or other graphic design or data visualization tools.
  • Ability to travel, possibly quarterly.
  • Familiarity working with Uniform Data System (UDS) health measures, ICD-codes, or electronic health records (EHRs), a plus.


This is a full-time (100%) exempt, grant-funded position for 2 years, pending funding availability to extend. The pay rate for this position is $97,500 annually.  This salary is based on a standardized compensation structure that is transparent across the organization, and is non-negotiable but eligible for step increases in future years. FUTURES offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. FUTURES employees can take advantage of generous sick and vacation benefits including 13 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation for the first 3 years, 12 days of sick and safe leave per year, and an employer-contributed 401k retirement plan. 

 

FUTURES welcomes applications from survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, people of color, indigenous people, LGBTQ individuals, and other communities that have been marginalized and disproportionately impacted by violence and abuse. FUTURES maintains a diverse and dynamic workforce and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment and promotions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veteran status, age, national origin, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.  

 

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 

Location: San Francisco, CA

Status: Full-Time, Exempt, Grant-funded (2 years)

Hybrid schedule: Minimum 2 days per week onsite


**Due to COVID-19, FUTURES is requiring employees to provide proof of full vaccination. The position will be a…

Benefits

FUTURES offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. FUTURES employees can take advantage of generous sick and vacation benefits including 13 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation for the first 3 years, 12 days of sick and safe leave per year, and an employer-contributed 401k retirement plan. 

FUTURES offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. FUTURES employees can…

Location

Hybrid
Work must be performed in or near San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, CA, USA

How to Apply

Please note that only applications received via BambooHR with resume + cover letter will be considered. Thank you for your interest in Futures Without Violence!

Please note that only applications received via BambooHR with resume + cover letter will be considered. Thank you for your interest in Futures Without Violence!

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