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The Program Supervisor works in collaboration with the Program Director and Senior Associate Director, Data Manager/IT Specialist and Program Coordinators to coordinate administration of the REACH program

Racial and Ethnic Approach to Community Health (REACH) is a community and academic collaboration that brings culturally appropriate strategies and implementation to close the health disparities gaps in specified chronic diseases in African American/Black and Hispanic/Latino population. The program supervisor will report directly to the Senior Associate Director and will work with the specified communities, grant partners and the evaluation Specialist. Together with the team, the Program Supervisor will conduct a systematic review of health and wellness policies within grant partners’ organization structures, with an emphasis on procedures, organization systems and environmental conditions (PSE) to identify gaps and areas of improvement.

To accomplish these tasks, the REACH Program Supervisor will:
1. Travel to partner and grant implementation communities as needed
2. Draft and revise reports
3. Maintain regular communications and updates with all partners and project personnel
4. Alert project director and senior associate director of any unanticipated challenges and needs
5. Assist Evaluation Specialist as required in preparing evaluation reports for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and other entities
6. Develop and monitor project schedules and implementation as needed
7. Maintain files and records with appropriate backup precautions as established by the project director and senior associate director
8. Responsible as the lead administrative person for the program and is primarily responsible for programmatic planning and the operational and financial management of the REACH program.


Key Responsibilities
Designs, implements and manages the operations of the program.
Supervises program coordinators.
Interprets and applies policies and guidelines.
Oversees program reporting.
Oversees program budget.
At all times employees are expected to uphold Creighton’s core values and demonstrate commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment, while adhering to all University Ethical Standards of Conduct, rules, regulations, and job requirements, including required educational trainings.

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience; master’s degree in public health (MPH) preferred.
6-8 years of related work experience.
3-5 years experience in health disparities working with diverse population/communities, especially the African American/Black and Hispanic/Latino communities.
4-6 years supervisory experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Supervisory experience required.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
Experience in writing manuscripts, etc.
Organizational skills and attention to details.
Ability to multitask.
Demonstrate customer service focus and ability to resolve and handle demanding clients.
Analytical and problem-solving skills required.

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