The Health Collaborative Manager will serve as the primary community engagement specialist for local organizations partnering with the CDC’s Social Determinants of Health grant program. Under the supervision of the Program Director, they will develop an engagement plan to convene and coordinate a Leadership Team consisting of multisectoral partners. Engaged partners may come from a diverse array of local actors such as leadership from public health officials, private businesses, non-profit and community organizations and residents, hospitals, and clinical delivery systems, faith communities, and community members. Formalizing and making sustainable these partnerships with public health, healthcare, human services, and the community will ensure individuals have equitable access to chronic disease prevention services, treatment, and care.
Through culturally engagement strategies, the Health Collaborative Manager is supporting Rockwood CDC’s goal of developing an implementation ready SDOH Accelerator Plan.
This position is for year one and dependent on grant funding availability for year 2 and beyond.
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