The Community Clinic Consortium is a regional association of community health centers that provides support to member health centers in the areas of policy and advocacy, community outreach and patient enrollment, work force, and data analysis, in addition to other training and technical assistance provided to member clinics. The Community Clinic Consortium provides representation and support to 5 community health centers in Contra Costa and Solano counties.
The Project Manager works with the Director of Community and Government Affairs and staff to support all aspects of the Consortium’s policy and advocacy, community outreach, patient enrollment, and data analysis work. The Project Manager will play a key role in managing the data for the Consortium’s member clinics, partner hospitals, and various programs. The Project Manager will be responsible for maintaining and analyzing confidential patient data and presenting results in reports and dashboards. The successful candidate will have excellent written and oral communication skills, a self-starting work ethic, and a strong commitment to community health and well-being of every member of our community, especially low-income people of color. The Project Manager should have a strong understanding of databases and data analysis, and an interest in building a robust and collaborative data infrastructure to inform policy strategies at the Consortium, and support member health centers with regional initiatives. Experience applying for and reporting on grants favorably considered.
Support the collection and analysis of local healthcare data, from multiple healthcare systems, to validate potential impacts of newly implemented programs.
Work in Excel and Tableau to create monthly clinic and program data dashboards.
Dashboard social determinants of health data with medical claims data
Facilitate data sharing meetings with member clinics, the health plan, and partnering hospital staff.
Present data in a clear and compelling manner both verbally and in written reports.
Create and implement qualitative health outcomes surveys.
Support the provision of training and technical assistance provided to member health centers and relevant community partners, including the provision of trainings on navigating the local health system.
Represent and advocate for our member clinics and their patient populations through state and local coalitions (including some travel throughout both Contra Costa and Solano Counties, and potentially out-of-town travel).
Establish and maintain excellent working relationships with staff at member clinics, county health departments, and partner organizations.
Provide support for identifying and cultivating new funding opportunities that advance the Consortium’s mission, strategic objectives, and overall organizational impact.
Provide support with grant management, including monitoring progress of grants, providing updates at staff meetings, supporting submission of reports, and supporting development of applications.
Other projects as assigned.
How to Apply:
To apply, send an email with a PDF (no Word documents or compressed files please) with your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample (report, press release, blog post, etc.) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications without the requested information will not be considered. No phone calls please.
The intent of this job description is to provide a summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this position and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the position. This position requires the employee to customarily and regularly exercise discretion and independent judgment.
Required Skills and Experience:
Proactive use of data: identifying need, gathering, analyzing, reporting
Experience managing complex datasets using Excel, Tableau, SQL
Comfortable working with claims data sets (DRG, CPT codes, modifiers, etc.)
Understanding of pivot tables, formulas (vlookup, hlookup, etc.), modeling in excel
Experience creating and implementing qualitative surveys
2+ years of experience organizing and facilitating meetings
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Experience applying for and reporting on grants
Ability to work professionally and collaboratively to establish positive relationships with diverse populations
Familiarity with Medi-Cal, state and local health coverage programs, and managed care
Familiarity with health systems, health care safety net issues, and social determinants of health, and current health policy issues
Interest in underserved populations (e.g., low-income, minority, immigrant populations)
Competency in Internet research and Microsoft Office applications
Desired Skills and Experience:
Knowledge of data regulatory guidelines (i.e. HIPAA)
Knowledge of or experience with community health centers
Familiarity with developing reports, dashboards, and presentations
Strategic thinking skills
Ability to build consensus among diverse partners
Complex and detailed program implementation experience
Sound administrative/procedural decision making and judgment
Bachelor’s Degree in related field (Community Health, Public Health, Health Administration); Master’s degree a plus
Valid California Driver’s License
Additional Salary Information: This position is an at-will, full-time, exempt position. Benefits package includes 12 paid holidays, 2 week’s vacation, and 12 days of sick leave per year, accrued hourly. Benefits also include medical, vision, dental, life, and disability insurance and an employer-contribution retirement plan after the first full year of employment. The Consortium is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Internal Number: PM2021
About Community Clinic Consortium
Established in Contra Costa County in 2004, the Community Clinic Consortium provides representation and support to 26 non-profit community health center sites and their patients in both Contra Costa and Solano counties. The Consortium works at the county, state and federal government levels to advocate for funding and policy changes that help health centers meet the diverse health care and social service needs of almost 83,000 patients annually. The Consortium also serves as a local resource for clinic staff, clients and the community.