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SIPCW is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE), offering a comprehensive benefits package and a friendly work environment. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

We are actively recruiting for the following roles:

Evaluation Coordinator

The Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness (SIPCW) is a non-profit organization established to promote wellness and improve the health of the Staten Island community through collaboration and a multidisciplinary approach. SIPCW supports initiatives that focus on behavioral health and chronic disease prevention advancing efforts to integrate these issues across systems and practices. SIPCW seeks an Evaluation Coordinator to support various efforts across the organization, including the Behavioral Health Infrastructure Project (BHIP) a population health project of the Staten Island Delivery System Reform Incentive Program (DSRIP) and Tackling Youth Substance Abuse, a data-driven collaboration aimed at leveraging the power of collective impact to improve health outcomes for Staten Island’s youth and young adults.

The Evaluation Coordinator will work closely with the Data and Evaluation (D&E) Manager to coordinate, design and implement the evaluation of BHIP pilot projects as well as coordinate the development and implementation of a shared measurement system for TYSA. The Coordinator will contribute to project monitoring and evaluation, quality assurance, learning and reporting according to the project monitoring plan and established indicators of measurement of the progress as well as verification/ validation of the interventions.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support partner organizations in developing a project evaluation plan that captures key roles and responsibilities along with frequency for collecting required data for projects to facilitate quality reporting
  • Participate in relevant trainings, if applicable, for conducting site visits, interviews, and observational studies
  • Make regular visits to project sites to conduct data collection, and supervise regular data collection through implementing partners and ensure quality of the data by random verifications and validations
  • Provide technical support on monitoring and evaluation, and evidence-based recommendations to relevant staff at pilot sites
  • Support design of surveys/evaluations, including analysis of results.
  • Participate actively in program planning process; initiate, create, and promote theory-of-change models to map program goals
  • Support and lead in designing and creating assessment and evaluation reports
  • Facilitate documentation and reporting of project data, lessons learned and success stories for internal and external sharing
  • Provide input on progress reports to ensure that they are in line with established formats and that reported results adequately capture progress
  • Maintain an effective information management system for projects as well as for the organization which will allow for safe storage and easy retrieval of data
  • Conduct, support or lead relevant capacity building initiatives and workshops targeting implementing partners
  • Input into relevant proposals, budgets and reporting processes for other similar projects as deemed relevant and necessary
  • Support D & E Manager in dealing with any other tasks as may be required to be supported by him/her
  • Other relevant duties as may be delegated by the D & E Manager

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in social sciences, public health, program evaluation, or other related field OR Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years of evaluation or research experience
  • Experience conducting program evaluation, including knowledge of relevant design models, theory of change models, project management, and evaluation/research methodologies
  • Proficient using SPSS or other data analytic software
  • Proficient using Microsoft Office software including Excel and web based survey tools
  • Experience working within a non-profit organization, academic, or clinical intervention setting preferred
  • Experience working with large, complex data sets preferred

Core Competencies

  • High level of conceptual, analytic and strategic thinking
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills with the ability to articulate ideas and information and build partnerships
  • Highly motivated, responsible, self-directed, resourceful and flexible
  • Able to manage work load and meet deadlines

Director of Behavioral Health Infrastructure Project

GENERAL SUMMARY

The Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness (SIPCW) seeks a director to administer the Behavioral Health Infrastructure Project (BHIP). BHIP is a population health project of the Staten Island Performing Provider System (SI PPS) Delivery System Reform Incentive Program (DSRIP). DSRIP is a state-wide Medicaid redesign initiative to reduce unnecessary hospitalizations and provide integrated quality care in the community. BHIP is working to strengthen the behavioral health infrastructure and create systems and policy change to support integrated care through a variety of pilots to test new models of care delivery.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversee and manage staff and the day to day operations of the initiative
  • Ensure initiative deliverables are met and grant reporting is complete, accurate and submitted on time
  • Represent SIPCW as an expert spokesperson at local, statewide and national meetings, conferences, coalitions, dialogues, etc.
  • Create, support and mobilize partnerships among multiple sectors
  • Provide support and develop agendas for monthly coalition and workgroup meetings
  • Oversee the implementation of behavioral health pilots with SI PPS staff and partners
  • Work with SIPCW Data and Evaluation staff to assess process and impact of pilots
  • Coordinate special events
  • Serve as an informed facilitator to partners and the community to communicate and catalyze issues
  • Provide leadership and vision in the coordination of borough wide efforts to strengthen the behavioral health infrastructure and create systems and policy change to support integrated care

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master of Public Health, Public Administration degree preferred and a minimum of five years’ experience or relevant degree with demonstrated project management and supervisory skills
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills with the ability to articulate ideas and information and build partnerships
  • Strong leadership and team building skills; able to work with a variety of system leaders to build consensus around strategy and tactics to achieve mutually beneficial goals
  • Knowledge of health care systems and health promotion, particularly in regard to policy and environmental change, with demonstrated experience in applying these principles to the development and implementation of programs and activities
  • Demonstrated management and supervisory skills that will ensure effective execution of goals and objectives
  • Ability to make collaborative decision making aligned with organizational mission and vision
  • Self-motivated and directed. Must be able to work both independently and collaboratively with others in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to handle complex, ambiguous, and changing tasks and environments required.
  • Familiarity with the Staten Island provider networks preferred

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About SIPCW

The Staten Island Partnership For Community Wellness provides backbone support to initiatives and moving towards the integration of behavioral and physical health across systems.

We provide:

  • Coalition Building
  • Project Planning & Management
  • Partner Engagement
  • Facilitation
  • Communication and Education
  • Data Collection and Sharing
  • Evaluation
  • Policy and Advocacy

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Phone
(718) 226-0258

SIPCW Headquarters
444 St. Mark’s Place
3rd Floor
Staten Island, NY 10310

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