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About PIH-US Partners In Health United States (PIH-US) is the U.S. arm of Partners In Health, a nonprofit, social justice organization. We envision a future in which health is a human right, not a privilege in the United States. We seek the transformation of health and social systems so that structures of oppression no longer determine the quality or length of a person’s life.
PIH-US accompanies visionary public health and community partners working to build strong, integrated, community-led health systems across the U . S. PIH-US currently supports local health departments, health providers, elected officials, and community leaders to define clear health and racial equity agendas and provides technical advising and operational support to deliver on those commitments. Our current focus communities include: Montgomery, Alabama; Chicago, Illinois; Immokalee, Florida; Newark, New Jersey; New Bedford, Massachusetts; North Carolina; and Pima County, Arizona. We capture learnings from across this network to mobilize resources, advance policy change, and lay the groundwork for stronger community health systems nationally.
We refuse to accept that any life is worth less than another.
Location: Chicago, U.S.A
Position Title: Senior Training Manager, Learning Community and Equity Zone Training Reports to : Deputy Director of Operations, PIH-US Illinois Location: Chicago, Illinois Position Type: Full Time , Temporary for 12 months
Position Overview: The Senior Training Manager will develop and deliver curriculum for a diverse group of public health outreach workers and other training priorities as defined by HCEZ partners. The Senior Training Manager will also support the broader Learning Community (LC), directly supervise one Project Manager, and maintain multiple partnerships with local organizations to assist in training / learning support.
The HCEZ program was established in 2021 t o directly address health disparity in Chicago through (1) funded regional leadership in six “equity zones” which cover the entire city, (2) funded community lead organizations for 50 neighborhoods at most risk for ongoing health disparity, and (3) the intention to distribute / share public health leadership between CDPH and the six HCEZ regions. The HCEZ aims to promote local engagement, regional public health priority setting, and improved coordination between CDPH and Chicago communities. Each regional lead and most HCEZ neighborhood organizations deploy community workers. PIH-US will support training for this diverse group of outreach workers with the goal of better coordination, creating a shared public health and organizing knowledge base, and improving outreach performance. Training will be based in the “popular education” model advanced by Paulo Freire on a weekly basis, adapting and building curriculum based on the goals and questions from of the group. In addition, this role will lead trainings for specific organizations or sub-sets of outreach workers to learn about specific and high priority health / public health topics. Trainings will be responsive to the needs of community audiences and will include a diversity of public health priorities.
Finally, the Senior Training Manager will assist with the ongoing work of the Chicagoland Learning Community – a free, open convening and learning platform designed to increase engagement in community health, build skills and knowledge among community members, and organize to advance public health. The S enio r Training Manager will supervise one Learning Community project manager and maintain external partnerships (and the necessary contracts) to assist both HCEZ and general LC audiences.
Also see: FHI 360 Job Recruitment – U.S.A
- Develop content for and lead weekly HCEZ outreach team trainings , including delivering material and facilitating dialogue.
- Lead and facilitate weekly “drop in” space s for public health outreach workers to engage in open dialogue, ask and answer questions, develop subjects and priorities for future trainings , and support cross regional HCEZ coordination.
- Develop content for and deliver 1-2 weekly trainings on specific public health topics. These trainings may be delivered to Healthy Equity Zone regional leads, community-based organization representatives, community health organizer(s) and/or other audiences
- Supervise one Project Manager and supervise all Learning Community (LC) e vents and LC fellowship activities.
- Represent PIH-US at relevant external meetings and activities.
- Develop partnerships for training support for the LC and support contract development / implementation to support training partners.
- Bachelor’s Degree or 5 + yea rs of professional experience in community health work, public health , or a clinical field.
- 4+ years of training experience – preferably in a community setting. Experience teaching anti-racist approaches, health equity, and around social / structural determinants of health strongly preferred.
- English language proficiency required; Spanish language proficiency very strongly preferred.
- Previous Chicago or regional experience with community organizing, non-profit initiatives, and community health or social services preferred.
- Ability to work independently and effectively in high-pressure, fast-paced environment and manage competing priorities appropriately.
- Exceptional diplomatic and interpersonal skills and ability to build strong professional relationships with a range of stakeholders in a challenging environment.
- Strategically minded, able to think creatively around program objectives and the detailed steps necessary to achieve these goals.
- Prior project management experience in complex, fast-paced environment .
- Demonstrated strong problem-solving skills , facility with qualitative and quantitative analytical capabilities.
- Ability to exhibit a professional, positive attitude, empathy, and strong work ethic.
- Entrepreneurial spirit and flexibility in the face of rapidly evolving scope of work and new challenges.
- Sound judgment and ability to handle confidential information with discretion and professionalism.
- Demonstrated commitment to social justice and health equity .
- Strong communication skills, including delivery of compelling presentations and documents in Microsoft PowerPoint and Word.
Organizational Profile Partners In Health (PIH) is a non-profit, global health organization that fights social injustice by bringing the benefits of modern medical science first and foremost to the most vulnerable communities around the world. PIH focuses on those who would not otherwise have access to quality health care. PIH partners with the world’s leading academic institutions to create rigorous evidence that shapes more sound and all-inclusive global health policies. PIH also supports local governments’ efforts to build capacity and strengthen national health systems.
As of today, PIH runs programs in 11 countries (Haiti, Peru, Rwanda, Mexico, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Malawi, Lesotho, Russia, Kazakhstan, Navajo Nation), where it provides direct care to millions of patients, through public facilities and community engagement.
Partners In Health (PIH) is committed to the fundamental principle of equal opportunity and equal treatment for every prospective and current employee. It is the policy of PIH not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion, creed, disability, sex and gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law. PIH works in and with a number of governments in and outside the U.S., and to the extent applicable, this statement is intended to incorporate the prohibition of any unlawful discrimination covered by applicable laws in such countries, states and municipalities.
Partners In Health participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, this employer is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment. Employers can only use E-Verify once you have accepted a job offer and completed the Form I-9.
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