Project Manager – Public Health

Job Type

Part Time Temporary



Application Deadline:



721 North LaSalle Drive
United States


Westside ConnectED is a community collaborative that works to coordinate social determinant screening and referral to appropriate services to provide better care and reduce hospitalizations.  Screening occurs in 4 health system Emergency Departments serving residents from the West Side of Chicago.


Westside ConnectED seeks to hire a Project Manager to convene partners, coordinate the 4 health system workflows, identify appropriate referral sources, track outcomes and work with funders.



The Project Manager  will coordinate resources and ensure that all projects are delivered on time, within scope and within budget, work with leadership to develop project scopes and objectives; create and maintain comprehensive project documentation;  develop a detailed project plan to track progress; and track common measureable outcomes.

Basic Functions:

• Supports the Leadership Team and the Work groups by planning agenda, minutes and time lines, etc. 

• Tracks the time line and budget.

• Documents the 4 hospitals work flows and processes for implementation of the SDOH screening tool. 

• Works with hospital leadership.

• Works closely with partnering organizations to create a combined evaluation with common metrics around SDOH initiatives.

• Helps to ensure or identify data collection systems to ensure needed reporting is developed across hospital systems.

• Works with hospital partner s to implement initial phases of screening and linkage to community based organizations.

• Ensures training for screening/navigation staff

• Develops plans to increase the scope of the project within the hospitals and with Community based organizations.

• Works with funders to provide budget and narrative reports and presentations of findings

Preferred Requirements: MSW or Masters of Public Health. CAPM-Certified Associate in Project Management and PMP-Project Management for Professional.

• Proven leadership and management

• Knowledge and experience with hospital systems/ healthcare / Community Based Organizations

• Proven experience building partnerships, facilitating workgroups, navigate different agendas

• Detail oriented with ability to manage multiple projects

• Ability to work well on teams

• Exceptional writing skills, including experience writing grant reports and informational documents (e.g. fact sheets)

•General understanding of budgets and budgetary reporting requirements

•Public speaking skills-understanding of the how social determinants impact health

• Understanding of IT and networks a plus

Minimum Requirements: Master’s degree in relevant field. Project Management Experience.

The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago is an equal opportunity employer and consideration for employment is made without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 


Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

Master's degree

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