Grant Reporting Manager –Community-based Programs & Youth Opportunity Hub

Requisition ID
00737258
Category
Professional
Shift
Day
Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian
Columbia University Medical Center
NYP Columbia Ambulatory Care Network

Overview

Shape an inspiring model of community-inspired care.

 

Be at the Forefront of Change in Healthcare Delivery

 

Grant Reporting Manager –Community-based Programs & Youth Opportunity Hub

 

As the #1-ranked hospital in New York (U.S.News & World Report), NewYork-Presbyterian has a long tradition of bringing hope, health and healing to our communities. NYP is continuously implementing new programs to meet the unique needs of our communities, and is strengthening those that exist. Our programs build upon, and tie together, the Hospital’s inpatient care coordination, Ambulatory Care Network, and community outreach programs.

 

Now, we're seeking a Grant Reporting Manager to help drive this work forward. The Division of Population and Community Health operates a wide range of community-based public health programming - many of which are funded by private and public sources.  The Grant Reporting Manager will help establish work flows and data platforms to track services and outcomes as well as prepare progress reports.  The manager will work closely with program staff and NYP IT to implement data collection systems and program dashboards. 

 

In addition, NYPH was recently selected to be one of five “Youth Opportunity Hubs,” a first-of-its-kind effort to knit together community-based providers funded through the Manhattan District Attorney Office’s Criminal Justice Investment Initiative. You will have the opportunity to positively influence the long-term success of youth from Washington Heights by tracking their connection to a full range of wraparound services delivered through a four-pronged strategy: strength-based youth development opportunities; educational/vocational assistance; health and mental health services; and intensive case management services for high risk youth through a network of community partners. As part of your work, you will collaborate with staff throughout the NYP system, in our youth partner agencies, and with other community-based organizations in Washington Heights/Inwood.

 

Preferred Criteria

  • Experience with grant funded program planning, evaluation and reporting.
  • Project management skills
    • Familiarity with the IHI: PDSA cycle and/or six-sigma preferred
  • Strong interest in problem solving

Required Criteria

  • Master’s Degree or equivalent experience
  • 5 years of work experience including 2 years of management experience
  • Experience working in a community setting with multiple stakeholders to deliver on short deadlines
  • Ability to manage multiple competing priorities and deadlines
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills with strong attention to detail
    • Advanced excel skills (e.g. understand function/utility of VBA)
    • Basic familiarity with SQL queries and Database Structure/Relational Database Models
  • Ability to function independently with minimal supervision

Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.

 

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