Community Health Partnership (CHP) is a nonprofit organization that exists to drive continuous improvement in the health and well-being of our community. To accomplish our mission, CHP convenes healthcare and community organizations to address critical health-related issues that can be more effectively addressed working in collaboration. We focus on issues that cross sectors and boundaries where collaboration connects people to better health and care. The goal of the Pikes Peak Continuum of Care is to end homelessness and foster a system of prevention and intervention in the Pikes Peak region. As the face of PPCoC, the Program Manager is responsible for the program's overall success. The Program Manager embraces a commitment to end homelessness in the Pikes Peak region; a strategist who can supply guidance and direct support. This position requires a gifted collaborator with presentation skills, who identifies problems, causes and solutions and involves housing developers, law enforcement, the city and county, non-profits, faith-based organizations and educators to generate additional resources and expertise. This position reports directly to the CEO and indirectly to the PPCoC Governing Board. CHP is a fast-paced, nonprofit membership organization committed to improving the health of our community through extensive, effective collaboration.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist in the creation and continued development of the CoC infrastructure; develop strategies, policies and procedures to improve CoC performance; monitor the daily operations of the project
Collaborate with the Governing Board and other service directors to identify and implement innovative models and best practices
Help facilitate committees and community planning meetings; provide regular updates and changes to potential and existing members
Help identify capacity needs for homeless providers and gaps in services within our region
Simplify and expedite efforts to coordinate a system-wide entry process benefiting homeless individuals and families; referral, intake and assessment
Conduct research and make recommendations involving best practices for managing a CoC
Present research and status updates to collaborators and Governing Board.
Write/coordinate planning documents in collaboration with committees and homeless organizations
Review system and agency performance measures; develop plans to improve deliverables and evaluation systems
Learn about the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), its regulations and best practices within the homeless service delivery systems and offer this knowledge to the various committee members and practices within the homeless delivery system
Help coordinate, collaborate and integrate CoC and Emergency Solutions Grant funded programs
Ensure all monthly reporting/accountability is compliant with funding and regulatory requirements.
Review system and individual agency performance measures and develop plans to improve performance and evaluation methods.
Other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Demonstrated skill in program planning and management, implementation and evaluation
Familiarity with Pikes Peak region an advantage and highly desired
Knowledge of Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) preferred
Proven customer service skills working with committees, task forces, CoC members, etc.
Experience working with non-profits, community planning, and housing programs for homeless and low-income individuals
Established staff management skills interested in the teams' career growth and professional development through feedback and documentation
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor's Degree in relevant area of study; Master's preferred
Three to five years' experience in project management, public administration in a related field
Excellent oral and written communication skills and presentation skills
Emotional Intelligence to support a community-wide undertaking and all the challenges involved
Oversees budget and resource allocations within areas of responsibility
Essential Job Functions Employee must be able to perform:
Sitting, standing, lifting to 10 lbs. in an office environment
Using a computer and associated peripherals up to 8 hours a day (keyboard, mouse, etc.)
Accessing and maintaining security of Personal Health Information (PHI)
Using standard office machines i.e. copier, phone, scanner, etc.
Please go to https://www.ppchp.org/about-us/employment/employment-application/to submit an application, resume and cover letter (with salary requirements).
Follow all application instructions on our website to complete the application process. CHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer