The mission of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Center for Community Innovation and Scholarship (Center for Community Innovation and ScholarshipProgram Manager) is to create a sustainable model for promoting the well-being of underserved populations in Baltimore through alliances with residents and integration with Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and other vested university groups, community-based organizations, business leaders, and health care organizations. The Center is a cross-functional, integrated, and strategic administrative unit serving as an operational umbrella for existing and developing Hopkins Nursing community education, practice, research, and policy initiatives.
Embracing the School's core values of excellence, respect, diversity, integrity and accountability, the Center leads and supports effective community programs and initiatives that leverage and expand its reach and impact, and advance nursing and promote community health.
The Manager ofthe Center for Community Innovation and Scholarship (Manager) reports to the Associate Dean for Community Programs and Initiatives and works in close collaboration with school leadership to address the Center's objectives.
Specific duties & responsibilities:
Core responsibilities will include execution, continuous evaluation, and process improvement of the planned activities of the Center for Community Innovation and Scholarship; Community Outreach Program; Birth Companions; Henderson Hopkins School and Weinberg Early Childhood Center; Wald Community Nursing Center and Outreach; House of Ruth Maryland; Center faculty and fellows; and communication and dissemination activities of the Center.
The Manager will lead community engagement activities for the Center, working alongside community residents, leaders of local community-based organizations and local health systems, and frontline social service and clinical staff to develop, implement, and evaluate innovative community programs and initiatives to attain and maintain community health and wellness through student and faculty involvement in service learning, research and scholarship, and advocacy.
Working closely with the Center's leadership and other partners, s/he will co-develop and implement strategies to strengthen the Center's infrastructure, support the execution of best practices for community-engaged research, and conduct rigorous evaluation of both our approach to community engagement, and the impact of community engagement on institutional and external stakeholders.
S/he will develop appropriate engagement success metrics and benchmarks and provide relevant reporting to key stakeholders and the Center's leadership on an ongoing basis.
S/he will be responsible for developing and executing the dissemination strategy for the Center's stakeholder engagement activities and related projects including funded studies directly linked to the Center's community funding program or consultation, community events, and research training. Dissemination activities include web/digital information: webpages, social media, email newsletters, blog posts, multimedia; manuscripts and professional publications; publicity pieces and press releases; and lay summaries.
S/he will oversee and assist with administrative functions such as Center budget reconciliation, development of policies and procedures of the Center and drive continuous improvement in consistent use of standard operating procedures.
S/he will assist with grant preparation and reporting.
Minimum qualifications (mandatory):
Bachelor's Degree in related field required.
5 years of relevant experience.
Additional education may substitute for experience or additional experience may substitute for education requirement to the extent permitted by the JHU Equivalency.
Masters' Degree with a focus on community health
Knowledgeable about program development, implementation, and evaluation; experience with community engagement with vulnerable populations; manager level experience (e.g., coordinating with multiple stakeholders)
Grant writing experience
Comfortable with the use of social media.
Classified Title: Community Outreach Manager Working Title: Center for Community Innovation & Scholarship Program Manager Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/ME Starting Salary Range: $60,945-$83,865 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday - Friday hours 8:30 - 5:00 Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 06-MD:School of Nursing Department name: 60003226-Community Programs Personnel area: School of Nursing
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