Health Care for the Homeless, Inc.: Baltimore | Baltimore, MD
Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), the Strategic Plan Project Manager II supports the Executive Team in its work to accomplish and report on strategic plan goals and initiatives.
Create and maintain tools and mechanisms to systematically plan, track and communicate progress toward both five-year and annual strategic plan goals. Assist senior leaders with tools and methods to establish and track measurable outcomes toward strategic initiatives. Create and maintain simple visuals, metrics and presentations to demonstrate progress toward strategic plan goals.
Assist CSO and VP of Communications with crafting and planning staff, board and public communications and communications calendar around strategic initiatives
Assist Executive Team and Board of Directors with reports and minutes—along with other documentation—regarding strategic plan progress
Participate in staff committees that are particularly relevant to strategic plan priorities (e.g., Performance Improvement Committee)
Model and reinforce the Health Care for the Homeless core values: dignity, authenticity, hope, justice, passion and balance
Actively participate in performance improvement activities and advocacy activities that support the mission of Health Care for the Homeless
Protects our client’s personal health information by maintaining compliance with HIPAA and other relevant Health Care related IT security regulations
Maintains compliance with HIPAA and other relevant health care-related IT security regulations
Perform other duties on an as-needed basis
Bachelor degree required
Masters in Communication, Business Administration or related field preferred
Project management; logistics support
Strategic plan development and/or monitoring
Support of a senior/executive team
Extensive cross-functional teamwork
Development of top-notch presentations
Management by influence rather than by supervision
Strong writer and communicator
Passionate about process, not simply outcomes
Willing to perform a wide range of tasks—some menial, some forward-thinking and conceptual
Ability to thrive in an environment full of ambiguity
Will be called upon to work beyond normal working hours and in other positions temporarily when necessary
Sits, stands, bends, lifts and moves intermittently during working hours.
Subject to frequent interruptions
Works in an office environment for long periods of time
May be exposed to infectious disease with little likelihood of harm if established procedures are followed
This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number U30CS09746, a National Training and Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreement for $1,625,741, with 0% match from nongovernmental sources. This information or content and conclusions are those of the authors and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.