Community Benefit Job Description
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- October 21, 2010 at 3:16 pm #6471adminKeymaster
Posted by: Deb Freeman, The Bellevue Hospital
Date: October 13, 2009, 12:35 pm
Do any of you have a job description for Community Benefit Coordinator/Director/whatever you may call it. We are working on updating and I am curious as to what it included in some others. I am also still looking for someone with some experience with a Foundation Dept. – would love to visit with someone and get more clarification on reporting for this.October 21, 2010 at 3:16 pm #6733adminKeymaster
Response: Eileen Barsi, CHW
Date: October 13, 2009, 1:04 pm
Here is our system director job description. Hope there may be “nuggets” to assist you in your update.
CATHOLIC HEALTHCARE WEST
Community Benefit Director
Brief position summary
The Community Benefit Director is responsible for planning, developing, coordinating and overseeing CHW’s community benefit initiatives. The Director also leads broader collaborative Mission Integration initiatives in partnership with those involved in community benefit and social accountability programs throughout the System. This position also is responsible for educating CHW employees and System and Local Board members about community benefit initiatives.
The Community Benefit Program is an expression of CHW’s commitment to promote the total health of the community and to partner with others in the community to improve the quality of life.
Key Working Relationships
The Community Benefit Director reports to the Vice President of Community Health. The Director is a peer member of the CHW Mission Integration team. Internal contacts include System and hospital Management Teams, System Finance Department in the area of social accountability budgeting and reporting, facility cb managers system office staff, CHW Office of Public Policy and Advocacy and both corporate and hospital Board members. The Community Benefit Director represents CHW with various external constituents on matters related to Community Benefit, including the Catholic Health Association – USA, the Public Health Institute, (CBISA) Lyon Software,(is there a better name), California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) various Foundations (The California Endowment Medical Leadership Council on Language Access; Unihealth, etc.) and patient advocacy organizations.list internal departments.
Leads hospital or facility community benefit managers in assessing their community’s health needs and assets; developing and managing community outreach initiatives; and measuring and reporting program accomplishments and results.
Develops and oversees implementation of systemwide initiatives and policies to further CHW’s community benefit priorities and strategic objectives.
Evaluates facility community benefit plans and reports to ensure compliance with CHW policy and regulatory standards.
Ensures organizational integrity in raising funds for community benefit activities.
Participates in systemwide efforts to identify, prioritize, measure and track mission integration goals and strategies; put at the end of responsibilities.
Promotes and facilitates community outreach partnership development and collaborative planning.
Creates a system office social accountability report / and system community benefit activity summary for tax reporting purposes.
Develops and maintains current knowledge of community benefit principles and practices Informs/educates appropriate CHW representatives of current trends.
Coordinates and maintains a quarterly community benefit report for internal dissemination, and an annual report for broader use internally and externally. Monitors for adherence to system standards for calculating social accountability and community benefit expenses.
Sets priorities and develops strategies for advancing community benefit initiatives throughout the system.
Coordinates all aspects of the Community Health Partnership Award program, including fund development.
Coaches, mentors and provides ongoing education for facility community benefit managers.
Bachelors’ degree required, with demonstrated excellent analytic and communication skills. A minimum of three years experience in community health work. Hospital or health system experience preferred, and familiarity with Catholic-sponsored organizations is desirable.
Knowledge and experience in community-based health planning and programming.
Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop effective and collaborative working relationships with individuals representing a broad range of constituencies.
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Demonstrated excellent organizational and group facilitation skills.
Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to compile and disseminate diverse information.
Ability to interact with people at all levels within/outside the organization to develop effective partnerships.
Experience with Word, Excel, Access and Power Point software, required, familiarity with Lyon Software, preferred.
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