Thank you for your interest in joining the Health Brigade team. Health Brigade offers competitive salaries and benefits as well as the opportunity to effect positive change in our community every day.
To be considered for any advertised position, applicants must submit at minimum a résumé and cover letter. If additional items are required, they will be specified in the job posting. Be sure to indicate in your cover letter the specific position for which you are applying.
HEALTH BRIGADE IS PROUD TO BE AN INCLUSIVE ORGANIZATION
Health Brigade does not discriminate in hiring practices, services or policy with regard to sex, race, color, age, national origin, religion, disability, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, pregnancy or maternity, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable national, federal, state or local law.
Donor Impact Advisor
The Donor Impact Advisor (DIA) is responsible for cultivating and stewarding leadership and mid-level donors to secure the essential unrestricted funding for the on-going service delivery and agency operations. The DIA works collaboratively with Health Brigade’s Board of Directors, committees, and internal teams to plan and execute the annual development plan, with particular focus on driving the strategy and implementation of managing individual donor relations.
- College degree and minimum 5 years donor relations fundraising experience.
- Ability to work collaboratively with staff and board.
- Demonstrated proficiency with technology particularly with MS Excel, relational databases, and social media
- Ability to build and maintain warm authentic relationships with donors—attending to their interests and opportunities for giving.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills and ability/willingness to represent the agency at public events and in media.
- Effective organizational skills with thorough attention to detail.
- Highly motivated to work independently as well as part of a team.
- Ability to manage and prioritize competing demands and deadlines.
- Good professional judgement and ability to manage confidentiality and privacy relative to donors and the overall agency.
Collaboration and Teamwork
- Collaborates with Health Brigade leadership, development team, board, and committees to align all development activities for the year into an Annual Development Plan including timeline and tracking.
- Work closely with the board, leadership, staff, and volunteers to identify current and potential donors for cultivation.
- Work with staff to identify project and service information for creating donor opportunities (front end) and reporting back to donors on how their giving made a difference.
- Provide written reports and updates of donor relations activities to development team, leadership, and board on a regular basis.
- Research and review data on current and potential donors to match interests with opportunities for involvement and investment in Health Brigade services and advocacy.
- Create individual goals for each donor on the caseload.
- Create a communication plan and contact schedule for each donor that is focused on connecting the donor’s interests and passions. Implement that plan and modify it as circumstances change.
- Provide tangible ways for board and leadership to assist with donor relations ensuring preparation and timely follow up on all efforts.
- Timely document stewarding plan and communication activities in each donor’s electronic record in the donor database.
- Represent Health Brigade at community events and functions, as needed, to cultivate and steward donors
- Ensures supervisor and colleagues are prepared and available to provide back up when DIA is not available
- Attends agency, department, and community meetings as required for this position.
- Meets regularly with supervisor.
- Sets bi-annual performance goals with supervisor.
- Stays current on best practices for donor relations and fundraising.
- Adheres to the policies and procedures of HB as outlined in the personnel manual.
- Completes all other duties as assigned.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Polly Foster, HR & Operations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. No calls please. Application deadline is December 31, 2020.
Bilingual Part-Time Clinic Manager
Health Brigade, formerly Fan Free Clinic, is seeking a part time (20 hours) bilingual Clinic Manager. The clinic manager is responsible for managing the day to day operations of the medical clinic and for managing the patient experience for a diverse safety net medical clinic. Using both clinical knowledge and knowledge of HB policies and procedures, the clinic manager works collaboratively with the medical director, staff, and volunteers to ensure efficient and effective care delivery. Responsible for functioning of practice including management of staff, workflow development, financial compliance and oversight of inventory, patient, provider and staff satisfaction and safety compliance. Operationalizes policies and procedures and implements performance improvement strategies within the practice. Performs all duties in a manner which promotes good teamwork and reflects the mission and values of inclusive and trauma informed care. Works collaboratively with staff and volunteers to resolve issues within the practice.
Education and experience
- Strong fund of medical knowledge – minimal training as LPN or RN; advanced medical training and college degree, and bilingual in Spanish required.
- Knowledge of ambulatory care essential; background in clinic procedures including use of electronic medical record, and patient flow.
- Minimum of 2-4 years of management experience in a practice setting
- Current BLS
- Supervise day to day clinical operations of HB medical clinic
- On-board and direct clinic volunteers (except medical providers) including orientation, training, and scheduling, in collaboration with the Volunteer Program Manager
- Support patient workflow by assisting in triage and making necessary adjustments to schedules, working with providers, staff, and Medical Director
- Manage non-provider clinic staff, including team meetings, schedules, supervision, etc.
- Coordinate staff and volunteer coverage for scheduled visits, ensuring visit capacity for patients and providers
- Communicate resourcing issues and needs to the Medical Director
- Establish clinic policies and procedures in conjunction with the Medical Director
- Document and maintain updated electronic and hard-copy clinic policies and procedures
- Work closely with QI & Integrated Care Manager to provide data and other information needed for grants and reporting
- Manage all sub programs of medical clinic, including appropriate auditing, staffing, education and reporting to Medical Director and other entities as required
- Manage purchasing, equipment maintenance, and all certifications for clinic operations
Skills and Abilities
- Strong clinical management skills (patient triaging, staff supervision and scheduling)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Advanced computer skills including but not limited to use of Word, Excel, Outlook, reporting software and electronic medical records
- Strong leadership skills that inspire confidence and motivation of staff
- Sound decision-making and professional judgement
- Strong problem-solving skills and ability to prioritize competing needs
Employees must be able to work collaboratively with a variety of staff within the organization. HB expects individuals to have a strong work ethic and commitment to our mission and values. Successful candidate must possess skills that support and enable sound decision making, strong personal and professional boundaries, good judgement, and discretion.
Compensation is commensurate with background and experience.
Health Brigade is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, email a cover letter, a resume, and three professional references by Decenber 31, 2020 to Polly Foster email@example.com No calls please.