A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
The Director of the Adolescent Health Initiative is responsible for leading a dynamic team to realize AHI’s vision to transform the health care landscape to optimize adolescent and young adult health and well-being. In this role, the Director provides leadership in support of AHI’s department staffing, finances, and services. This position provides direct supervision to AHI’s senior management team in order to support the generation of creative grants, projects, programs, and events that advance the organizational mission and vision in addition to cultivating and managing new business opportunities including grants and contracts. An ideal candidate has a strong sense of vision and the skills to continue to grow AHI’s program, services, and events. In the spirit of “nothing about us without us,” the director is committed to continually seeking opportunities to center the priorities, needs, and experiences of youth in AHI’s work.
Provide leadership to carry out AHI mission and vision
Supervise AHI’s leadership team and administrative assistant
Determine departmental staffing needs
Engage AHI’s Professional Advisory Committee
Secure diversified revenue sources including grants, contracts, and other opportunities
Develop and write innovative grants in collaboration with other team members
Ensure fidelity to all grants, contracts, and operating funds
Managing overall AHI budget including prioritizing and ensuring financial health and sustainability of AHI
Develop new business proposals and collaborative agreements
Provide vision and direction support for the programmatic work
Provide vision and direction support for marketing and events work including the Annual Conference on Adolescent Health
Represent AHI on national advisory boards, partnerships, and at events
Serve as an engaged member of the CHS leadership team
Provide data and content for CHS reporting
Other duties as assigned
Master’s degree in public health, healthcare administration, public administration, social work or related field
5-8 years of experience in a healthcare setting, community-based organization, or health department
3-5 years of supervision experience
Demonstrated ability to manage collaborative partnerships
Demonstrated ability to achieve grant deliverables on time and on budget
Demonstrated ability to secure new business or funding opportunities
Expertise in adolescent primary care, sexual health, or mental health
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience working with diverse communities (this includes but is not limited to working with youth of color, LGBTQ+ youth, youth living in rural communities, etc.)
Ability to participate in national travel 3-5 times per year once institutionally allowable
Experience in the field of adolescent health
Experience in the fields of health equity and racial justice, specifically work prioritizing and centering marginalized identities
Experience with conference or event development
Experience overseeing steering committees or advisory boards
Experience with data collection, evaluation, or quality improvement initiatives
Experience with quality improvement initiatives in healthcare settings
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