Community Health Center/Community Clinic, Outpatient Care Center, Public Health
The Fenway Institute (TFI) is an interdisciplinary center for research, training, education, and policy development, focusing on national and international health issues housed within Fenway Community Health. Our mission is to ensure access to quality, culturally competent medical and mental health care for traditionally underserved communities, including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and those affected by HIV/AIDS.
Reporting to the VP for Primary Care, Behavioral Health and TFI Operations, theDirector of Administration and Planningworks in collaboration with The Fenway Institute Co-Chairs and Faculty to set department priorities consistent with the mission and strategic plan of the health center and The Fenway Institute. They will support the establishment of clear goals and objectives in pursuit of department growth and expansion. They will also oversee the annual budget for TFI and sit on the Senior Management Team.
Your responsibilities would include, but are not limited to: developing and implementing strategy for growth within all divisions of TFI including plans to increase and diversify development efforts to support these efforts; working closely with Communications and Marketing Department to develop and implement strategies for national and international recognition; participating as an active member of Fenway Health’s Senior Management Team and working on cross-department efforts as appropriate; overseeing budget, contracts, and proposal development for TFI in collaboration with the Sponsored Programs Team; formulating, initiating and overseeing the design and implementation of studies and programs in collaboration with the Co-Chairs and Faculty; encouraging and supporting Faculty in publishing and presenting on behalf of TFI; developing and facilitating new and existing methods of community outreach and education, including strategic sponsorship and visibility at national/international forums; overseeing all community engagement efforts and facilitates collaboration with other academic and community based partners; remaining current on issues related to priority issues in LGBT health and HIV/AIDS; facilitating regular meetings of TFI Executive Committee and TFI All-Staff; overseeing the Human Resource operations of TFI staff and supports managers/directors in the process of hiring, ongoing employment and position termination; overseeing general operations of TFI including staff orientation, space assignments, and supervision of administrative staff; and overseeing training and continuing education efforts for all TFI staff.
Minimum of Masters in related social science, medical, or research field or 5 years experience in an applicable field.
Minimum of 5 years related research experience.
Experience in developing, implementing and overseeing community based research, training and policy projects required.
Proven ability to develop and oversee large department budgets preferred.
Demonstrated success in government and foundation grant writing
Ability to work in diverse communities and provide leadership in public health research.
At Fenway Health, we embrace a dynamic, skilled, innovative and empowered workforce. The workplace is what connects us to our community, and our community is invaluable to us. As part of the Fenway Family, your experiences, culture and initiative don’t go to waste. It is our mission to empower our patients and staff to create a welcoming atmosphere, where the highest quality of healthcare services can be provided.