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Director of Provider Solutions
Wildflower Health
The Director of Provider Solutions will report to the SVP, Client Solutions & Success and be an integral member of the Commercial team while working closely cross-functionally with other teams at Wildflower, including Operations, Product, and Engineering. This is an exciting opportunity for a caring individual who wants to work in a fast paced growing company organization, is passionate about improving health outcomes, and is committed to creating exceptional experiences for patients and providers.
Link: https://www.wildflowerhealth.com/careers
Program Officer, Engagement Awards
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
*See full job description via the link provided below.*

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award Program Director, the Program Officer is responsible for strategic decision-making and high-level management of Engagement Award Program activities that advance PCORI’s Engagement mission. The Program Officer will provide intellectual and organizational leadership in reviewing applications and managing a portfolio of awards; refining current funding opportunities; designing and implementing new funding opportunities; assessing and evaluating program activities; and helping shape the strategic direction of program. The Program Officer will also work collaboratively across PCORI to support organization-wide initiatives.
Link: https://jobs.silkroad.com/Pcori/Careers/jobs/1326
Community Engagement Manager (National)
Irth App, Narrative Nation Inc.
Irth
Irth, as in birth but without the B for bias, is a grant-funded project of Narrative Nation Inc, built to address racism and bias in maternity and infant care. The “Yelp-like” consumer-facing app, allows Black and brown women and birthing people to find and leave reviews of Ob/GYNs, birthing hospitals, and pediatricians. Learn more about the Irth app at www.IrthApp.com.

Position Summary
The Community Engagement Manager is responsible for mobilizing people and organizations to advance Irth’s mission and goals through advocacy, stakeholder engagement, and partnership development on the national, state, and local level. The CEM will work with the Executive Director, the Head of Systems Change and other staff to develop and manage execution of our community centered strategies to drive Irth app reviews including doula engagement, finding local community partners, sourcing and facilitating Irth’s presence at key local events, identifying local doula ambassadors where applicable, and helping to develop and manage the overall community engagement strategy and tactics. The CEM understands the need for rigorous tracking of contacts, program activities, and various metrics to monitor impact.
The Community Engagement Manager will also oversee recruitment, administrative operations and management of the National Irth Ambassador Program and oversee support of all local Irth Ambassador cohorts. The Irth Ambassador Program is an innovative model to activate doulas and other birthworkers as trusted advocates to help capture Irth reviews while providing wrap-around support and benefits.

We are looking for a smart, driven person who is a natural organizer, a strong administrative background, interest in maternal health and birth equity, and who is comfortable in a fast-moving start-up environment. The successful candidate is an avid doer who is professional, able to work independently and with a team, comfortable taking initiative and anticipating the needs of others.
Link: www.irthapp.com
Director, Healthcare Quality Programs
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
The Director, Healthcare Quality Programs will direct and implement multiple programs and activities related to patient safety and quality initiatives in obstetrical and gynecologic care. Direct operational matters to ensure operations effective achievement of objectives. Assist in department budgetary allocation planning and oversight. Direct the activities of interdisciplinary collaborative hubs. Interacts and collaborates with senior leaders, executives, and internal and external stakeholders.
Link: https://careers-acog.icims.com/jobs/1575/director%2c-healthcare-quality-programs/job
Community Engagement Coordinator, Bay Area California (part-time/grant funded/temp position)
Irth App | Narrative Nation Inc
Irth App
Irth (as in Birth, but we dropped the B for bias) is the first-of-its-kind review and recommendation engine designed for Black and brown women and birthing people to find and leave reviews of Ob/GYNs, birthing hospitals, and pediatricians. Learn more at www.irthapp.com.

Position Summary
We are seeking a community-oriented coordinator to support the growth of community engagement, birthworker support and review collection. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating administrative and community engagement efforts to ensure the Irth App’s strategic growth in the Bay Area. The Community Engagement Coordinator will work closely with the National Executive Team and other staff to establish relationships with community members and organizations.

The Community Engagement Coordinator is a virtual position that will also oversee recruitment, administrative operations and management of the local Irth Ambassador Program cohort. The Irth Ambassador Program is an innovative model to activate doulas and other birthworkers as trusted advocates to help capture Irth reviews while providing wrap-around support and benefits.


Responsibilities:
· Develop community engagement strategies and initiatives, to devise contacts and partnership with local community-based organizations and businesses to promote the Irth App; monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of community strategies and make recommendations for improvement
· Lead administrative oversight of Bay Area Irth Ambassador Cohort; such as reviewing monthly stipend requirements, processing payroll, event assignment, event promotion, etc.
· Lead and represent Irth at meetings, birth worker events and community events, and serve as a liaison between the organization and community members
· Develop and maintain a database of community contacts and partnerships
· Oversee and monitor local Irth Ambassador’s community events calendar and local community engagement strategies

Link: None
Community Engagement Coordinator, Los Angeles (part time/grant funded/temporary)
Irth App | Narrative Nation Inc
Irth App
Irth (as in Birth, but we dropped the B for bias) is the first-of-its-kind review and recommendation engine designed for Black and brown women and birthing people to find and leave reviews of Ob/ GYNs, birthing hospitals, and pediatricians. Learn more at www.irthapp.com.

Position Summary
We are seeking a community-oriented coordinator to support the growth of community engagement, birthworker support and review collection. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating administrative and community engagement efforts to ensure the Irth App’s strategic growth in Los Angeles. The Community Engagement Coordinator will work closely with the National Executive Team and other staff to establish relationships with community members and organizations.
The Community Engagement Coordinator is a virtual position that will also oversee recruitment, administrative operations and management of the local Irth Ambassador Program cohort. The Irth Ambassador Program is an innovative model to activate doulas and other birthworkers as trusted advocates to help capture Irth reviews while providing wrap-around support and benefits.

Responsibilities:
* Develop community engagement strategies and initiatives, to devise contacts and partnership with local community-based organizations and businesses to promote the Irth App; monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of community strategies and make recommendations for improvement
* Lead administrative oversight of Los Angeles Irth Ambassador Cohort; such as reviewing monthly stipend requirements, processing payroll, event assignment, event promotion, etc.
* Lead and represent Irth at meetings, birth worker events and community events, and serve as a liaison between the organization and community members
* Develop and maintain a database of community contacts and partnerships
* Oversee and monitor local Irth Ambassador’s community events calendar and local community engagement strategies

Link: None
HRSA Grant Reviewers needed (unpaid)
HRSA
HRSA.gov/grants/reviewers
Link: None
Family Support Worker
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
The Family Support Worker (FSW) is responsible for initiating and maintaining regular, long-term contact with families. During these visits, FSWs concentrate on family-centered, strength-based, goal-oriented services in order to assist families with issues involving the parent-child relationship, improving the family support system, family problem solving, and advocating for the client. Referral and monitoring of health care usage and child development are also stressed.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Alma Peer Mentor (Part-Time)
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
The Alma Peer Mentor will be responsible for utilizing lived experiences and following the guidelines of the Alma Model, providing coaching, support, and skills to new and expectant birthing individuals who are experiencing behavioral health and/or substance use challenges. The Alma Peer Mentor will provide program services through one-on-one sessions and link clients to community resources including mental health and/or substance use treatment as needed.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Assistant Director - Alma Program
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
The Assistant Director of the Alma Program is responsible for the day-to-day operation of ALMA program planning, staff supervision, training, orientation, subcontractor management, and database compliance and ensuring staff adherence to program standards, practices, policies, and procedures. The Assistant Director develops and maintains collaborative relationships with regional health care providers, community, social service, and academic organizations using this network to develop and maintain partnerships in order to enhance, maintain, and operationalize program deliverables.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Case Manager (EI - Service Coordinator)
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Service Coordinator facilitates and participates in the development, review and evaluation of individualized family service plans with family input. * Coordinates the performance of family assessments and evaluations using approved program criteria, client intake and data collection/documentation tools. * Acts as a point of contact, assisting families in identifying service providers and other services that enable them to participate fully in their natural environment. * Coordinates and monitors the delivery of available services. * Advocates for and informs families of available advocacy services. * Facilitates the timely delivery of available services. * Facilitates the development of a transition plan to school-based services. * Documents all service coordination activities and other reports in a timely, accurate and complete manner. * Maintains client and staff confidentiality. * Provides services in a culturally competent manner. * Demonstrates sensitivity, knowledge and an understanding of the challenges families with a child with disabilities may experience.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Case Manager - MWRAP
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Case Manager in the M-WRAP maintains a caseload of 30 families, focusing on developing a single, coordinated care plan for pregnant/postpartum women, their infants, and families in accordance with program guidelines. * Conducts home visits at least twice. * Advocates on behalf of the family. * Conducts assessments that include life domains. * Provides and documents case management services in compliance with program guidelines. * Maintains ongoing relationship with community and health care providers as well as other case managers, making referrals for program services. * Conducts networking with community stakeholders and recruits’ community participation in collaborative problem solving around barriers to care and in linking clients to services. * Completes all required reports and other documentation in a timely manner. * Attends and participates in supervisory, team, multidisciplinary, and other meetings in compliance with program guidelines or as assigned. * Maintains client and staff confidentiality in compliance with operational policies and procedures. * Provides services in a culturally competent manner.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Director, Information Strategy & Analytics
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Director of Information Strategy and Analytics designs and directs data collection methodologies, analysis, interpretation, and reporting. * Works with state and local government agencies, member organizations, and outside consultants to establish, maintain, update, and support data systems and databases. * Assists in the preparation of maternal/child health data for presentation. * Oversees the maintenance of organization’s hardware and software needs by reviewing current applications, anticipating future needs, and making recommendations to Executive Director. * Serves as the agency’s Privacy Officer maintaining data confidentiality and security with respect to HIPAA requirements. * Works with executive team and board to complete, revise and update regional perinatal and pediatric plans in compliance with stage regulation. * Works with the Cooperative’s subcontractors and staff to develop data systems, forms, reports, and processes, to ensure interoperability and to problem solve data collection and reporting issues. * Oversees overall program data analysis and provides project coordinators and funders with necessary reports.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Early Childhood Specialist (Cape May County) [Part-Time]
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Early Childhood Specialist works collaboratively with the Central Intake team to manage referrals of children age 0-5 from CP&P, child care, and community settings. * Conducts tracking and follow-up to assure linkage to health, social services and community based services. * Reviews and forwards triaged referrals and reassigns to alternate programs as appropriate. * Provides a developmental screening, developmental resources, and referral to EI as appropriate. * Strengthens vulnerable families through engagement and teaming with community partners. * Participates in Child Protection & Permanency Early Childhood/Plans of Safe Care case conferencing. * Participates in Central Intake/Hub meetings, regional programs and coalitions that support and promote early childhood services and education. * Markets the Early Childhood Initiative concept and services to the community. * Maintains accurate documentation of all client contacts, provider contacts, and community events in the SPECT system. * Submits reports and data collection tools as required by DCF. * Ensures client confidentiality and maintains HIPAA compliance.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Family Support Specialist
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Family Support Specialist maintains an active caseload of clients. * Provides assessment of all clients using approved program criteria, client intake and data collection/documentation tools. * Develops and maintains service plan on all clients with client input regarding priorities. * Provides and documents case management services in compliance with program guidelines. * Identifies resources and link clients to needed services. * Communicates with referring providers and other case managers involved with clients in accordance with program guidelines. * Ensures client follow through with ongoing educational support and referrals for needed services. * Completes all required reports and other documentation in a timely manner. * Attends and participates in regularly scheduled supervisory meetings with Program Services Manager, Quality Improvement meetings with the QI Manager, general Coalition meetings with the Project Director, training sessions, care coordination and case conferencing; attends other meetings as assigned. * Maintains client and staff confidentiality in compliance with operational policies and procedures.

* Advocates on behalf of clients. * Conducts networking with community stakeholders and recruits community participation in collaborative problem solving around barriers to care and in linking clients to services.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Financial Accountant
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Financial Accountant will contribute to the Cooperative’s commitment to equity and continuous quality improvement that aligns with the agency’s mission, goals, and advancement. * Effectively cross-collaborate with agency staff, leaders, and board members to foster a comprehensive approach of information sharing, working committees, and collective representation. * Participate in all relevant on-going staff development opportunities (training, summits, conferences, etc.) to increase skill development, elevate program goals, and engage staff members with timely key learnings. * Responsible for processing and completion of the quarterly accounting cycle for grants. * Develops and monitors grant budgets in collaboration with program staff. * Provides expenditure reports as requested by funders and program staff. * Analyzes variances in financial data and initiates corrective actions when necessary. * Identifies and implements strategies to optimize the grants administrative process. * Ensures that grants are implemented according to the operational and financial requirements of the grantor. * Keeps relevant staff informed of upcoming deadlines to ensure timely completion of grant requirements.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Parents As Teachers (PAT) Parent Educator
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Parents as Teachers Parent Educator travels door-to-door or site-to-site to locate and communicate with pregnant women, directs them to needed services, and encourages them to obtain prenatal care. * Contacts women by telephone, mail or home visits to assure proper follow through in making prenatal visits and in obtaining other services. * Supports clients to plan for their own prenatal services, social services, housing needs, and job opportunities. * Educates clients about parenting and prenatal care related topics. * Schedules prenatal, postpartum and well community resources needed by clients. * Maintains relationship with identified clients and provides emotional and/or maternal support as needed. * Refers families needing more intensive follow-up to appropriate agencies. * Keeps careful records of all contact made and follow-up as necessary. Keep accurate records of services received by clients. * Ensures confidentiality of client records, sharing pertinent information only with the client’s approval. * Meets with Supervisor regularly to report and discuss work. * Attends initial and ongoing training sessions on maternal and child health, welfare, housing nutrition, substance abuse, counseling, parenting, infant and family support issues. * Attends community meetings, health fairs and represents the Cooperative as requested by Supervisor.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Recovery Specialist
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Recovery Specialist develops a recovery plan for women dealing with perinatal substance use. * Educates clients on how to appropriately navigate treatment, social service, and recovery support systems. * Acts as a positive role model by sharing experiential knowledge, hope, and skills. * Maintains relationships in order to assist individuals in the treatment engagement and retention process. * Reinforces, guides, and ensures clients that recovery is possible and is built on multiple strengths, coping abilities, and resources. * Assists with providing gaining skills and resources needed to initiate and maintain recovery. * Assists in establishing and sustaining a social and physical environment supportive of recovery. * Enhances identification and participation in the recovery community. * Advocates for appropriate and effective community treatment and recovery. * Empowers individuals to make self-determined and self-directed choices about their recovery pathway.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Referral Specialist
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* The Referral Specialist will participate in coordination of Central Intake/Hub meetings which might include orienting new home visiting agencies and prenatal providers to PRA/SPECT. * Assuring signed Data Sharing agreements and Business Associate Agreements from and between members, facilitating discussion and agreement among members about business rules to govern triage of referrals, and coordinating cross training and shared in-service among Center Intake Partnership. * Markets the Central Intake concept and services to the community through grassroots sources, health/social services, and pregnancy testing points. * Manages all referrals received, including (faxed) one page referral forms and telephonic referrals; reviews and forwards triaged referrals to home visiting providers and reassigns to alternate programs as appropriate; communicates with prenatal providers and HV agencies about status of referrals with Family Health Initiatives. * Identifies resources for families that are not eligible for home visiting services, communicates with these families, providing information and referrals, and documenting contacts. * Provides feedback to Prenatal Providers and Home Visiting agencies, conducting QA reviews of referrals received and sent, and sending routine reports to Central Intake members.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
School Nurse, RN (Part-Time)
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
The School Nurse maintains health records and documents student health issues/events in accordance with New Jersey state law for students in non-public school settings. This individual provides on-site medications, health screening, first aid, referrals and triage to students and staff.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Early Intervention (EI) Service Coordinator/Training & Development Specialist
Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative
* Contribute to the Cooperative’s commitment to equity and continuous quality improvement that aligns with the agency’s mission, goals, and advancement. * Effectively cross-collaborate with agency staff, leaders, and board members to foster a comprehensive approach of information sharing, working committees, and collective representation. * Routinely disseminate relevant information, presentations, trainings, and learning opportunities for internal program and agency staff. * Will develop and provide training to new EI employees as well as shadow and, provide feedback on performance, and identify areas for further training. * May select and assign EI Service Coordinators, EI Lead Service Coordinators, and EI Unit Coordinators to conduct specific training and development, as needed. * Will work with EI Lead Service Coordinators and EI Unit Coordinators to determine training needs for EI employees. * Will meet with the EI Unit Coordinator team to keep informed on new developments regarding process as a result from directives of the NJ Department of Health, Procedural Safeguards Office, and the Regional Early Intervention Collaborative.
Link: https://www.snjpc.org/careers
Nurse, Research Panel Coordinator - Maternal, Fetal, and Infant Mortality
Maxim Healthcare Staffing
This position serves as the Maine CDC’s Maternal, Infant and Fetal Mortality Review (MFIMR) Panel Coordinator by coordinating and facilitating the Panel’s quarterly meetings and providing case summaries of all deaths to the Panel.

More information on the review panel and coordinator can be found through the following link: https://legislature.maine.gov/legis/statutes/22/title22sec261.html
Link: https://careers.maximstaffing.com/us/en/job/631813/Nurse-Research-Panel-Coordinator-Maternal-Fetal-and-Infant-Mortality
HRSA Grant Reviewers
HRSA
https://www.hrsa.gov/grants/reviewers

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Link: https://www.hrsa.gov/grants/reviewers
Seinor Director or Research and Strategy
March of Dimes
Visit the March of Dimes Opportunites webpage for more information
https://recruiting.ultipro.com/MAR1021/JobBoard/e2a89250-2962-4e67-ac8a-28b568062a9d/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=60dca68a-3fde-44b0-a89c-cce095193bf0
Link: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/MAR1021/JobBoard/e2a89250-2962-4e67-ac8a-28b568062a9d/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=60dca68a-3fde-44b0-a89c-cce095193bf0
Director of Accreditation and Continuing Nursing Education
Association of Womens Health Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)
The AWHONN Director of Accreditation and Continuing Nurse Education (CNE) functions as the Accredited Provider Program Director for the organization and Main CNE resource for the Provider Unit. The Director facilitates all processes related to planning, implementing, and evaluating the AWHONN annual convention educational program. The Director provides AWHONN-created/provided CNE activities to Section/Chapters and promotes ongoing development related to CNE programming at the Section/Chapter level. The Director participates in assessment of organizational education needs and makes recommendations related to product development priorities regarding those needs. Please see the job posting for a list of duties and responsibilities.
Link: https://apply.workable.com/association-of-womens-health-obstetric-and-neonatal-nurses/j/6F3300DB42/
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