The position performs program management and administers the Healthy Start Federal Project (HSF Project) as the Project Director. Provides overall program oversight for all core and system services of the St. Petersburg Healthy Start program. Responsible for all grants management, fund development, Community Action Network (CAN) development, coordination of expanded program services, fiscal management and coordination of all program services.
Education: Master’s Degree or RN/Public Health Nurse/Public Health preferred. Bachelor’s Degree required. Experience: 5 + years proven experience working with MCH diverse population. Experience in Public Health and communicable diseases preferred. Experience in program development and program management; experience in working with diverse racial and ethnic groups in a community based setting; proven organizational skills; experience in managing and tracking multiple tasks; grant writing; Professional education and training with a strong emphasis in public health administration; Proven fiscal management experience with federally funded grant programs; and experience in working with culturally diverse racial and ethnic groups in a community-based setting and effective customer service and conflict management and resolution skills; Experience/training in utilizing computers and related software including but not limited to, word processing, database, statistical and graphics software desirable. Expertise: Excellent oral communication skills, knowledge of available community-based medical, social service and behavioral health providers serving families in the OHS project area; self-starter, knowledge of project target area; strong organizational skills; multi-tasked and flexible.
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is the only specialty licensed children's hospital on Florida's west coast. Founded in
1926, All Children's has grown into a leading pediatric referral center that is
dedicated to advancing treatment, education, research and advocacy in child health.