The Fund for Public Health in New York City (FPHNYC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to the advancement of the health and well-being of all New Yorkers. To this end, in partnership with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), FPHNYC incubates innovative public health initiatives implemented by DOHMH to advance community health throughout the city. It facilitates partnerships, often new and unconventional, between government and the private sector to develop, test, and launch new initiatives. These collaborations speed the execution of demonstration projects, effect expansion of successful pilot programs, and support rapid implementation to meet the public health needs of individuals, families, and communities across New York City.
FPHNYC/DOHMH has been awarded a CDC grant to reduce COVID-19 racial/ethnic disparities by growing public health capacity in partnership with community-based organizations (CBOs) in the most disinvested neighborhoods across New York City. This COVID-19 Disparities Grant Program will use a multi-pronged community engagement strategy to increase access to COVID-19 prevention, treatment, and vaccination services; address COVID-19 risk factors including chronic disease, social determinants of health and structural racism; and build collective action to address racial disparities and resource needs throughout long-term recovery. The program will align with DOHMH’s COVID-19 Equity Action Plan which recognizes that underinvestment and structural racism are the root causes of the disproportionate burden of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths seen in priority neighborhoods.
The COVID-19 Disparities Grant (CDG) Program will support community-based organizations (CBOs) with deep neighborhood knowledge to build up local Community Health Workers (CHWs) teams in the NYC neighborhoods most impacted by COVID-19 and long-standing racial/ethnic inequities. The CDG will focus on reducing COVID-19 risk by increasing access to COVID-19 services, improving overall health outcomes, and addressing social needs of the neighborhood. CDG CBOs will be charged with ensuring that every person in the neighborhood has access to the support they need to achieve their optimal potential for health, particularly populations who have historically been disconnected from existing health and human services. CDG CBO partners will use their CHW staff to support local coordination of COVID-19 response and recovery, identify existing and needed resources in their neighborhood, help residents navigate towards these resources, foster collaboration among key groups and services, and identify opportunities for advocacy to address racial inequities.
In all, the COVID-19 Disparities Grant Program will establish a long-term model to provide a sustainable, organized backbone of CBO partnerships that can address health disparities at the neighborhood level, coordinate long-term community recovery, and increase community preparedness for future crises.
The Qualitative Data Analyst/Social Epidemiologist will support the development and design of qualitative data collection tools and surveys that will be used with community-based and faith-based partners. Under the supervision of the Program Evaluator, the analyst will oversee qualitative analysis of post-engagement reports and partner feedback to inform operational planning and strategy. Thematic analyses will be based on equity principles and critical race praxis and provide context for observed disparities in health outcomes in neighborhood catchment area.
· Collect, clean, and analyze qualitative data, including monitoring of key performance measures
· Support preparation of summary tables, maps, and reports to present key findings to leadership and stakeholders
· Excellent qualitative analysis skills and attention to detail
· Data cleaning, coding, analysis, and reporting experience required
· Understanding of racial equity and the connection to evaluation, data collection, and analysis
· Knowledge of qualitative analytic software such as NVivo, Dedoose, SPSS, and/or ATLAS.ti required
· Knowledge of Salesforce and Tableau preferred
· Familiarity with survey design and implementation
· Experience communicating data effectively to external partners
· Analytical, creative, flexible, and able to meet tight deadlines
· Interest in working in a new initiative being developed to respond to a public health crisis
SALARY AND BENEFITS
FPHNYC offers a comprehensive benefits package. The salary range for this position is commensurate with experience.
To apply, send resume, with cover letter, including salary requested and how your experience relates to this position here. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.
The Fund for Public Health in New York City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages a diverse pool of candidates to apply.
The Fund for Public Health in New York City (FPHNYC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to the advancement of the health and well-being of all New Yorkers. To this end, in partnership with the New York City Department of Health…