As an integral member of the Greater Phoenix Division, the Community Impact Manager coordinates the execution of community impact goals by focusing in the areas of hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, nutrition, obesity, physical activity and secondary prevention efforts (CPR). Working with the VP, Health and Community Impact Director, effectively integrates population health strategies with internal and external collective impact partners. Directly oversees volunteer engagement initiatives and account management to ensure optimal customer experience and achievement of defined outcomes.
- Under the guidance of the VP Health, effectively build a network of meaningful volunteers and partner relationships to create a sustainable culture of health within the diverse & vulnerable communities. Duties include the recruitment, management, engagement and following-up with collective impact partners, volunteers and supporters of the Division's overall efforts in the organization and assigned Affiliate-wide Community Impact initiatives and projects.
- Support the Community Health Improvement Plan Strategies to advance policy, system, and environmental (PSE) changes. Work can include but not limited to the engagement and positioning of strategies to drive health behavior (healthy eating & active living), health indicators (blood pressure, diabetes, and cholesterol) and worksite wellness. CI Manager will support an engagement plan for critical volunteers and strategic alliances to drive PSE's.
- Manage the implementation of related events, grant projects and healthcare programs for the Phoenix Division and assigned Community Impact initiatives in compliance with intended goals and objectives including a comprehensive work plan, budget, contract developments, timelines, policies, and regulatory requirements. Coordinates resources and communication to ensure that all internal and external stakeholders are informed and involved as needed for optimal achievement of project deliverables. Coordinates the sharing of information, strategies and best practices across department functions and divisions.
- Support the development, implementation, and achievement of Division and Affiliate healthcare strategies; impacting health outcomes among diverse patient populations including blood pressure, diabetes, and cholesterol by driving national initiatives (Target BP, CCC-Cholesterol), Community to Clinical interventions (CCC) and emerging best practices. With the Sr. Director and Healthcare Team, partner with FQHCs, Community Clinics, and Healthcare Systems partners to drive healthcare strategies.
- Work collaboratively with Health Strategies and Development staff partners and volunteers to identify, cultivate and secure prospective sponsors for relevant campaigns, driving to specific sponsorship goal with the development team. Support the achievement of the unrestricted field campaign through health asset sponsorships/activations and other means. Support Community Impact & Mission Advancement teams with restricted, grant funding to support healthcare strategies.
- Support the Western States CPR Team with execution of events in the Phoenix Division, as well as manage internal data information systems accurately, pull budget reports, and solicit potential partners and/or volunteers for CPR kit distribution.
- Manage internal data information systems accurately, timely and in complete compliance with established AHA business standards and data guidelines.
The ability to thrive in a partner-focused, results-oriented environment and progressive professional experience that includes 2 years or more in:
- Public health, community health or equivalent.
- Demonstrated ability to drive toward and achieve results.
- Complex project management experience in a highly collaborative environment.
- Experience recruiting and managing volunteers.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
- Ability to travel locally up to 25% of time and work outside of regular business hours including weekends for events and meetings.
- Event management
- Knowledge of corporate and community networks
- Knowledge of AHA’s mission and programs
- Bilingual proficiency in English and Spanish