Global Health Program Manager - 23086
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
The Global Health Center Manager manages the activities of the Global Health Center including overseeing and supporting Global Health programs in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and in Philadelphia. This administrator works very closely with the Director of Global Health and is responsive to stakeholders in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and Philadelphia. This person provides oversight to and manages a variety of established and new programs primarily at the CHOP collaborative site in the Dominican Republic, as well as managing the CHOP Pincus Global Health Fellows (2 to 4 per year). This person supports Global Health Center project timelines, provides supervision for reporting on program activities, and is facilitator of communication with collaborators and stakeholders in assigned programs.
In this role, the Global Health Manager provides support to the daily ongoing activities of the Global Health Center programs as assigned by the Director of Global Health. Such programs include examples such as the Niños Primeros en Salud clinic program, the Global Health Allies program, the Pincus Global Health Fellowship and the annual CHOP Global Health conference. S/He monitors program reporting, development of new activities and outcomes, and assists in the development and implementation of research projects, which have grown from 1-2 at a time to 3-4 active research projects at a given time. S/He provides regular reporting on progress.
Program growth and development
The Manager works closely with the Director of Global Health in the area of program growth by summarizing projects and writing frequent summaries, identifying potential funding sources, providing input into grant writing or philanthropy efforts.
Required Education and Experience
Master’s Degree in Public Health, Business Administration, Health Administration or similar field of study.
Three (3) years of program or project administrative or managerial experience.
Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic
International field work experience
Contact email: [email protected]
Additional Technical Requirements
Must be fluent in Spanish (Latin American)
Demonstration of effective project administration.
Clinical and or health care systems knowledge is preferred.
International life or work experience is highly valued.
Demonstrated effective team management skills
Experience in developing and supporting new projects
Excellent oral and written communication skills necessary
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to negotiate diplomatically, in particular experience in cross cultural settings
Strong knowledge of IS/IT systems is required including ability to use MS Word, Excel, Power point and Salesforce
Basic data analysis skills (reviewing spreadsheets, creating excel spreadsheets, editing data points, etc) is necessary
Ability to work collaboratively through consultation with other health care providers or administrators
Ability to coordinate and implement multiple tasks simultaneously
Critical analysis and problem-solving skills.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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