San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium (SFCCC) develops innovative programs and advocates for policies to increase access to quality community-based primary health care. We work to ensure that people of all income levels have access to health care that is: comprehensive, coordinated, and efficient, culturally and linguistically appropriate, and focused on patient needs
Providing primary care services to more than 10% of San Francisco’s population, we work with providers citywide to coordinate primary care with specialists, hospitals, and other services. We serve overlooked populations such as low-income, homeless, immigrant, racially/ethnically diverse, LGBTQ, HIV-positive, and senior San Franciscans.
The Director, Workforce Development, is primarily responsible for the development, implementation and management of SFCCC's efforts to recruit, train, and retain a quality, skilled and competent health professions workforce within our partner community health centers/clinics and in community health. Key areas of responsibility are serving as the Center Director for the San Francisco Area Health Education Center (AHEC), a federally supported health professions program; serving as the Executive responsible for oversight of the National Health Corps/AmeriCorps program; management of AHEC; and other workforce development activities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER (AHEC) DIRECTOR
Coordinate the design, implementation, and evaluation of health professions service-learning activities in collaboration with Director of Community Services, e.g., through linkages for SFCCC and its partner health centers/clinics with medical residency programs, medical schools, nursing schools, and other academic training programs.
Coordinate the design, implementation and evaluation of continuing education activities for staff of partner health centers/clinics in accordance with AHEC priorities and contract deliverables.
Coordinate the AHEC Scholars program through recruitment of academic partners and recruiting, enrolling and supporting 15 Scholars per grant year.
Report to and solicit input from SFCCC Board of Directors and/or committees regarding continuing education and other AHEC/workforce development activities.
Develop and maintain uniform data documentation, collection, analysis and reporting mechanisms and protocols for AHEC activities; prepare and submit data and narrative progress reports on a quarterly basis.
Prepare Scope of Work and other information needed for annual AHEC contract renewals and full proposal information for competitive applications every three to five years.
Oversee development of AHEC project budget and monitor revenues and expenditures.
Oversee provision and documentation of technical assistance to partner health centers/clinics and other safety net providers regarding clinic operations such as Quality Improvement, consumer participation, emergency preparedness, practice transformation, and workforce development.
Serve as a conduit of information between and participate in program planning and evaluation with the HRSA/Bureau of Health Workforce, UCSF-Fresno California AHEC Program Office, and other California AHECs; attend quarterly AHEC Statewide Policy Advisory Committee meetings and bi-annual National AHEC Organization conference.
NATIONAL HEALTH CORPS SAN FRANCISCO (NHC SF)/AMERICORPS EXECUTIVE
Oversee design, operations, reporting, and evaluation of National Health Corps San Francisco program.
Supervise National Health Corps Program Manager, overseeing development and management of contractual relationships and compliance with federal funding requirements with lead grantee Health Federation of Philadelphia, NHC SF host sites, and NHC SF members.
Coordinate with SFCCC CEO; VP, Finance and Information and other leadership regarding program planning, budget, scope of work/deliverables for future program renewal applications.
OTHER WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
Work with SFCCC VP, Policy and External Affairs and other leadership in the development and execution of long- and short-range SFCCC-based workforce development plans and initiatives.
Work with SFCCC member clinic Human Resources, Clinic management and other leadership to determine how to best support clinics’ recruitment, retention and other workforce development needs.
Assist in grant writing, reporting, and other fundraising activities related to workforce development.
Network with, and maximize resources of the National AHEC Organization, HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce, State Department of Health Services/Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, and similar health professions and workforce development organizations at local, state, regional and national levels.
Promote the local, state and national identity of the San Francisco AHEC, NHC SF, and other workforce development programs through media events and contacts; website, blog and social media postings; etc.
Oversee; manage, as needed; and ensure compliance of:High school or college internship, educational programs and summer employment programs;
Other categorical workforce development programs and projects that SFCCC may initiate and/or operate.
Supervise SFCCC support staff, interns and volunteers as needed.
Comply with SFCCC Corporate Compliance and Personnel Policies and Procedures, and report any conduct or event that potentially violates legal, compliance or personnel requirements; fully participate in any related investigation or proceedings.
Serve on committees as appointed.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum three years’ experience in program management or administration.
Minimum one year’s supervisory experience.
Experience with training design and implementation.
Experience working within a multi-site agency preferred.
Familiarity with and commitment to working with racially, ethnically and culturally diverse communities.
EDUCATION AND SKILLS:
Bachelor degree in related field; graduate degree preferred.
Commitment to community health, services for marginalized communities, and health workforce development.
Excellent interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to communicate verbally and in writing, including communication with diverse groups.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
Excellent organizational skills; demonstrated ability to design, implement, manage, and evaluate programs.
Demonstrated ability to exercise sound independent judgment and effectively manage time and resources.
Comfortable in dealing with media and public speaking.
Ability to work in diverse environments and with diverse staff composition.
Basic working knowledge of personal computers and word processing, spreadsheet, and data base software applications.
Additional Salary Information: Full Benefits Package. Salary commensurate with experience
Internal Number: SFCCC16
In 1982, a group of community-based, non-profit health clinics – recognizing their shared values and concerns – came together to form the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium (SFCCC). The creation of SFCCC allowed these clinics to pool their collective resources to address their needs and interests, and those of their patients, to local, state and national policy makers.
SFCCC works to lead and support the partnership in four core areas, each with distinct programs: access to care, workforce development, maximization of valuable resources and health policy. While SFCCC partner health clinics focus on patient care and preserving the well-being of the communities they serve, SFCCC promotes the health of our clinics - keeping them poised to adapt to a changing healthcare environment - so that their long-standing tradition of community care is preserved.