Population Health Lead

HELP BUILD HEALTH EQUITY, RESILIENCE, AND WELL-BEING<br /><br />Grow as a public health sector leader in this inspiring and rewarding role at one of the most established and innovative health and human services nonprofits in the region. Join with other passionate teammates as we work to build health equity for everyone.

Minneapolis, MN 55413, USA

Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin

<p><strong>We provide essential community-based health and human services that impact the lives of 25,000 people across the lifespan every year in 110 neighborhoods in both states. For 125 years, our work has focused on closing gaps between people and possibility, addressing a spectrum of intersecting needs&mdash;from housing to health to education to employment.<br /><br /><a href="https://www.voamnwi.org/covid19-response" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Our Response to COVID-19</a>&nbsp;<br /><a href="https://www.voamnwi.org/our-commitment-to-racial-justice" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Our Commitment to Racial Justice</a> <br /></strong></p> https://www.voamnwi.org/

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Starting salary $55,077-$68,000

Overview: <p>Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin is looking for a <strong>Population Health Lead </strong>to drive its health equity priorities. The Population Health Lead will join a compassionate, curious, impact-driven team that focuses on bringing to scale upstream health solutions focused on improving health outcomes for people living in affordable and public housing. The Population Health Lead will be a collaborative, creative, community driven individual who is passionate about centering racial equity, supporting people in reaching their full potential, and improving individual and community health, resilience, and well-being.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
Responsibilities: <p>Responsibilities - This role will focus on:</p> <ul> <li>Health Outcomes&mdash;Analyzing and using data to define health outcomes that are measurable, equitable, and relevant</li> <li>Integrating Care&mdash;Building and incorporating physical, behavioral, and social determinants of health and care coordination pathways in whole person service delivery</li> <li>Partners and Coalition Building&mdash;Developing and maintaining working partnerships with cross-sector stakeholders, as well as creating and curating spaces for communities that hold potential and their own solutions to help design service delivery</li> <li>Sustainability&mdash;Providing strategy, process improvement, sector alignment, and outcome measurement and reporting that will support the goal of using data and outcomes to demonstrate impact and promote investment</li> </ul>
Requirements: <strong>Behaviors</strong><br /><strong>Required</strong><br /> <ul> <li>Team Player: Works well as a member of a group</li> <li>Innovative: Seeks differing perspectives when problem solving and encourages creative thinking</li> <li>Dedicated: Commits to a task or purpose by acting with integrity</li> <li>Leader: Inspires teammates and builds trust</li> <li>Enthusiastic: Demonstrates a positive view of the future</li> </ul> <br /><strong>Motivations</strong><br /><strong>Required</strong><br /> <ul> <li>Entrepreneurial Spirit: Inspired to perform well by an ability to drive new ventures within the business</li> <li>Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help</li> <li>Financial: Inspired to perform well by monetary reimbursement</li> <li>Ability to Make an Impact: Inspired to perform well by the ability to contribute to the success of a project or the organization</li> </ul> <br /><strong>Education</strong><br /><strong>Required</strong><br /> <ul> <li>Bachelors or better in a health-related field, human service administration, program evaluation, or organizational leadership</li> </ul>