WCAAP is hiring! Help us find a fabulous team member to join WCAAP’s dynamic and dedicated staff and pediatric health care providers from across the state to lead our work to increase child and adolescent vaccination rates. The program manager will facilitate and support education, training, and quality improvement interventions for WCAAP in its role supporting providers and improving child health and well-being. This role is responsible for program management, summarizing and preparing data, coordinating workshops and trainings, preparing education materials, communicating with WCAAP trustees, members, staff and stakeholders. Collaborates with WCAAP members and partners in evaluation, coordination and promotion of results. Facilitate reporting and regular communication with granting agencies or organizations. Develop efficient strategies and tactics to achieve organizational and grant priorities.
Must be willing to work from home a majority of the time and in-person in Seattle 1-2 days per week, or as needed. Requires highly motivated, independent work style, as well as being a collaborative communicator and partner internally and externally. Requires intermittent statewide travel, about 4 times per year. Position is 0.9FTE, 36 hours per work week. Salary DOE, aligns with Washington State non-profit salaries.
- Bachelors’ Degree in Social Sciences, health, communications or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Minimum of three (3) years progressively responsible experience supporting health care policy, health promotion, quality improvement or health care management, performing project management/coordination in a team environment.
– Masters’ Degree in public health, health administration or related field.
WCAAP is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. Women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Please find job description and how to apply here: https://wcaap.org/about-us/careers-2/