PHI is seeking a full-time Technical Assistance Lead / Analyst California Health Workforce Alliance. This position is located in Oakland, CA.
The Public Health Institute (PHI), in partnership with The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, has launched the Center to Advance Community Health and Equity (CACHE). The Center will serve as a clearinghouse for data collection, applied research, technical assistance, and the convening of hospitals and other stakeholders across sectors to build knowledge and strategies that improve health and well-being in our communities.
A key initial resource for the Center is a searchable online platform for hospital 990 Schedule H reports, which will enable stakeholders to compare community benefit resource allocations, financial assistance policies, and other relevant information documented by hospitals. The Community Benefit Insight (CBI) tool was designed by the nonprofit research institute RTI, George Washington University, and Community Catalyst.
The Program Associate will directly assist the Project Directors in all responsibilities relating to the technical assistance and analyses, planning, implementation and evaluation for CACHE. The primary purpose of this position is to provide overall project support and administration, day to day management of technical assistance requests and incoming questions to the CACHEsite, triage referrals to CACHE/RTI staff and TA providers, and develop regular webinars on CACHE and CBI. The Program Associate will report technical assistance activities, opportunities and accomplishments to the project directors and partner leads in regular meetings and provide support in analyzing and presenting strategy options for prioritization and will then take a support role in working with key stakeholders to develop and implement priority solutions. . The Program Associate will assist in the communications, marketing, public and media relations functions of CACHE to its target audiences.
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Last updated by Janet Umenta Dec 5, 2017.