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Full Job Description
For over 50 years, Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) has provided affordable, high-quality health care and supportive services to all San Diegans. With more than 2,500 employees spread throughout more than 50 sites around the county, FHCSD is proud of the diversity of its staff as a reflection of the communities it serves.
The reward of working at FHCSD is more than a paycheck and excellent benefits; it is the impact and contribution to the San Diego community that employees value most. If you are passionate about improving the overall health and livelihood of your community, FHCSD is looking for people like you.
Family Health Centers of San Diego is looking for a Manager of Program Services who will strategically manage and oversee operations of specific programs/grants related to special population health outreach, counseling, case management, and health education services. In this role, job duties include managing direct and indirect reports, adhering to budgets, tracking deliverables for assigned grants/programs, and conducting data analysis and report writing. The Manager of Program Services will also be responsible for building relationships with community partners and identifying new partners and new sites for providing services.
- Builds positive relationships, inspires others to perform at a higher level, prepares career development plans and retains an accountable workforce.
- Coaches and counsels staff and administers appropriate disciplinary action in a timely manner.
- Gathers and analyzes data on programs, creating relevant and usable reports on program data and metrics. Participates in the evaluation and quality assurance process of programs/grants. Ensures timely and accurate reporting is provide to funders and other agencies. Keeps program in compliance with grant and regulatory requirements.
- Identifies, builds, and maintains relationships with community, county, federal, and local grantors, identifying opportunities for new funding sources and representing FHCSD to community partners. Partners with Foundation and program directors to participate in the grant writing process.
- Oversees the daily and strategic operations of assigned programs and grants. Ensures completion of grant/program goals and objectives, through subordinate personnel. Generates and implements plans for maximizing services.
- Participates in continuous improvement activities and ensures appropriate Lean tools (i.e., 5S, A3) are deployed and results are evaluated and/or measured.
- Prepares program budgets, monitors all grant expenditures according to approved budgets, ensures revenue is adequate to support programs, ensures timely and appropriate expenditures of funds, and reviews purchasing requests related to assigned programs.
- Provides/ensures staff receive all new hire and annual trainings on time.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social Sciences, Business Administration, Health Care Administration, Nursing, or closely related field required. Master’s degree in relevant field preferred.
- 3 years of experience in working with organizations serving the patient population for assigned programs required (i.e., HIV/AIDS, homeless, LGBT, etc.)
- 5 years of experience in program management in health care field required.
- Must meet organizational driving requirements.
- Job type: Regular Full Time
- Competitive Salary with Excellent Benefits
- Retirement Plan with Employer Match
- Paid Time Off, Extended Sick Leave and Paid Holidays
- Medical/Dental/Vision/FSA/Life Insurance
- Employee Discounts and Wellness Programs
- Sponsoring Employer with an Equity Investment Company that can assist you with your down payment for purchasing a home
FHCSD was founded by community advocates working towards a common goal: caring, affordable, high-quality medical care for all. We are proud to continue this mission today as we provide accessible services to over 210,000 patients across San Diego County. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to community medicine and providing culturally competent care to the medically underserved.
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