American Medical Association Senior Health Equity Program Manager in Chicago, Illinois
Senior Health Equity Program Manager
The American Medical Association (AMA) is the nation's largest professional Association of physicians and a non-profit organization. We are a unifying voice and powerful ally for America's physicians, the patients they care for, and the promise of a healthier nation. To be part of the AMA is to be part of our Mission to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health.
We continuously work to embed equity in our internal practices and are committed to increasing the diversity of our staff across all levels of the organization. We intentionally work to create the right conditions to enable our employees to feel that they can be their authentic selves and fully participate in the life of the enterprise.
We encourage and support professional development for our employees, and we are dedicated to social responsibility. We invite you to learn more about us and we look forward to getting to know you.
We have an opportunity at our corporate offices in Chicago for a Senior Health Equity Program Manager on our Center for Health Equity team. As a Senior Health Equity Program Manager you will manage a portfolio programs and initiatives to create equitable health systems and advance a national strategy for patient quality, safety, and equity, that merges operations, quality improvement and equity efforts. You will also coordinate effective action across sectors to promote social justice and equity in health. As a Senior Health Equity Program Manager you will be responsible for developing a pipeline of healthcare leaders equipped with anti-racist, structural justice praxis capable of advancing health equity for patients, families, staff, communities, and populations.
Program Development and Management
Drive and facilitate the design and implementation of a portfolio of large-scale national learning communities, including defining aims, setting goals, tracking/reporting on progress, and developing and implementing evaluation and dissemination strategies
Serve as a subject matter expert within CHE on quality, safety, and equity
Drive and monitor workplans across multiple complex workstreams to ensure all milestones are met on time, to budget, and to expectations; and proactively communicate concerns and risks to Director, team, and management as appropriate
Collaborate with CHE colleagues and HSI team to develop and manage project budgets
Facilitate internal and external program meetings; including webinars, in-person meetings, and internal and external calls
Support the Equitable Health Systems team in the strategic planning process
Oversees knowledge management systems, such as standard scans of relevant topics (e.g., quality metrics, national trends in quality, safety, and equity)
Content and Curriculum Development
Drive the development of content, tools, and resources for programs
Lead and complete the background research / literature scan on specific topics, synthesize findings, and produce a usable summary
Write and edit internal and external reports, publications, and other program materials
Present at internaland external meetings and conferences
Engage and manage strategic relationships, including with partners, funders, stakeholders, speakers/facilitators, and consultants
Partner with Center for Health Equity colleagues, collaborating Business Units, including Office of General Counsel, and Finance to move opportunities from scoping through contracting and budgeting to launch
May include other responsibilities as assigned
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred, in healthcare management, public policy, public health, or related fields or equivalent applicable work experience
Minimum 7 years of relevant experience in project management and health equity; experience in healthcare quality and safety, and/or continuous quality improvement preferred
Understanding of racial equity and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) principles, strategies, and models required
Demonstrated experience with operational planning, implementation and evaluation of multiple, complex projects including, convening project teams, organizing multi-faceted project plans, managing towards established timelines and project deliverables
Demonstrated analytical and data-driven approach to issues; able to measure the impact of collaborative programs
Demonstrated ability to work with individuals from different disciplines, contributing as a team member, as well as being self-motivated and a strong individual contributor
Ability to conduct literature searches and strong writing skills required to produce summaries in written format
Experience implementing large-scale national learning communities preferred
Strong facilitation, presentation and public speaking skills required, including experience presenting in a large group setting
Some travel required for meetings, conferences, and events
The American Medical Association is located at 330 N. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611 and is convenient to all public transportation in Chicago.
We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in our workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. As an EOE/AA employer, the American Medical Association will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and veteran or disability status.
THE AMA IS COMMITTED TO IMPROVING THE HEALTH OFTHE NATION
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