Human Health Project (HHP) is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals increase their health knowledge through the sharing of health information. HHP collects, analyzes, and shares health information to empower and inform individuals to achieve better health outcomes. Our patient-centered approach enables patients and caregivers to choose treatments based on evidence-based clinical data as well as the cumulative knowledge of the HHP community. We envision a world where all people have the information, skills and opportunities to lead healthy lives.
For more Information about HHP, please visit our website: https://www.humanhealthproject.org/
Information on HHP IMPACT Program: https://tinyurl.com/ HHP-US-IMPACT
This position is accountable to the CEO and membership it serves.
Commitment to Mission and Organizational Sustainability: Model commitment to Human Health Project mission and planning for sustainable organizational future of service, including via work with the executive team and representation of the organization.
- Executive Team Collaboration: Work with other members of the executive team to create and continually represent a unified leadership perspective.
- Culture: With the other members of the executive team, ongoing work toward maintaining a results-oriented, learning organization culture to increase overall impact.
- Strategic Management: As a member of the executive team, participates in the annual budgeting and long-term strategic plan implementation.
- Provide leadership in organization development and change management.
- Evaluates program and agency metrics to ensure contribution to organizational effectiveness.
- Working with agency and program leadership, directs and manages agency grants processes from conceptualization through grant management.
- Research grant sources (government and private) compatible with Human Health Project’s mission, values, and programs.
- Coordinate the development of grant requests by establishing timelines, outlining tasks, assignments and deadlines; meet all deadlines; facilitate timely communications with program leadership; collect grant submission materials from program leadership.
- Draft and edit grant proposals, checking for completeness against grant instructions, spelling, grammar and style. Format agency budget to meet grant sources’ budget requirements.
- Develop grant budgets with program leadership and accounting staff.
- Copy, collate, package and mail/email final grant materials per grant instructions, meeting deadlines for submission. Respond to inquiries from grant sources and programs in a timely and strategic manner.
- Maintain complete files for all grant requests submitted including copies of compliance reports submitted by program managers as required by grant sources.
- Oversee reporting requirements for federal, state, local and private foundation grants in coordination with the agency’s multiple programs and accounting department.
- Maintain a database system for tracking all grant submissions and reporting deadlines.
- Distribute appropriate information relating to grants to Human Health Project’s departments (program, accounting, development, etc.)
- Maintain database of all grant related program outputs and outcomes and reports on a monthly basis.
- Establish and maintain positive relationships with government and private grantors and agencies.
- Implement policies and procedures in line with accreditation standards. Implement performance and quality improvement process in compliance with agency’s processes. Ensure that all team members in department or program understand these and work accordingly.
- As appropriate, ensure that team training meets accreditation standards.
- Meet or exceed budget.
- Improved professional relationships with grantors.
- All programs to strive for 100% funding from grants or donors.
- Each program manager will participate in the grants process.
- Professional development of department staff and the CGO.
- It is critical that all Human Health Project team member aspire to the following:
- A commitment to the agency’s mission, vision, and values.
- A commitment to excellence in everything we do.
- A commitment to accreditation as well as performance and quality improvement.
- A commitment to outcomes and measured results.
- A commitment to innovation and to what is possible. Qualifications/Requirements:
- Excellent organizational skills needed. Must be able to prioritize responsibilities properly and handle multiple tasks relating to concurrent grant and development projects.
- Track record of successful grant research and/or written submissions.
- College degree required, Master’s preferred; coursework in writing, management, and social service disciplines preferred.
- Familiarity with databases; ability to develop budgets and program in Excel; and ability to fully utilize Outlook required. * Cooperative, friendly, and helpful attitude with clients and co-workers. Ability to work closely with other employees to ensure positive, constructive environment within the program or department, and throughout the agency.
- Ability to thrive in a flexible, fast-paced and growth-oriented environment, while maintaining a sense of humor and a positive, solution-oriented approach.
- Passion and enthusiasm for the mission of Human Health Project and its clients. * Ability to work independently and in a team setting.
- Proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- The ability to exercise good judgment in confidential matters.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Highly effective leadership; demonstrates a fundamental respect for the dignity of others. Works collegially and is a proven team builder. Inclined to coach and teach in order to improve knowledge and ability of others, but holds people accountable for results.
- An innovator, capable of creating or seizing opportunities to improve service effectiveness and client outcomes and build strategic partnerships with other organizations.
- Understands and values quality improvement; applies managerial and technical skills to measure and improve efficiency and effectiveness and ensure compliance with all regulatory and contractual obligations. Able to effectively address overlapping projects and deadlines. Adaptable and reliable in face of conflict, crisis, or changing priorities.
- Able to lead a team in managing multiple and often simultaneous tasks and in creating a work environment recognized for a high level of organization, timeliness, cost-effectiveness, accuracy, and results.
- A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion; valuing a diversity of perspectives and encouraging contributions by all team members.
- Business "literate," understands financial reports, applies data to assess business effectiveness and efficiency and acts in a fiscally responsible manner.
- Politically astute and tactful; attentive to the perspectives and competing interests of various internal and external stakeholders.
- Ability to thrive in a flexible, fast-paced, accredited, and growth oriented environment while maintaining a positive solution oriented approach.