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Job Title: Director, National Hemophilia Program Coordinating Center
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Organization: American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network (ATHN)
Posted: 6/8/2022
Type: Full-Time
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Remote,     
Position Description: ATHN is the sponsor of the National Hemophilia Program Coordinating Center (NHPCC), a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)- funded program designed to collaborate with and provide support to the eight HRSA sponsored regional hemophilia networks (RHNs) in the United States. The NHPCC Director is responsible for the strategic development and execution of the NHPCC. This includes, but is not limited to, collaborating with HRSA and the RHNs to identify gaps in services, standardize and improve access to care, and share best practices through the creation and execution of national initiatives. The NHPCC Director is responsible for analyzing data and trends to support program evaluation and health promotion activities. The NHPCC Director is a critical member of the ATHN Office of Public Health Initiatives and is responsible for maintaining stewardship of ATHN’s relationship with external partners. The NHPCC Director will report to the Senior Director of the Office of Public Health Initiatives and manages, while working closely with the NHPCC Program Manager.

Job Responsibilities: • Contribute to strategic thought leadership, planning, and execution to drive NHPCC programmatic success. • Assume primary responsibility of the development, execution, and monitoring of the NHPCC federal grant. • Supervise and direct the work of NHPCC program staff, consultants, and interns. • Develop and execute innovative and forward-thinking publication strategies and health promotion efforts. • Implement and monitor data driven analytics to enable measurement of success and impact. • Oversee project delivery schedule and budget activities in alignment with NHPCC goals. • Oversee the development of tools, templates, and other materials designed to support the success of NHPCC goals. • Build authentic relationships with current stakeholders and engage a broader audience. • Facilitate the development of national initiatives to support the hemophilia community. • Identify and problem solve barriers to implementation of national initiatives. • Support stakeholders in the development and implementation of quality improvement strategies and tools. • Manage the communications activities of the NHPCC program including publications, social media, and other methods of communication and outreach.

Qualifications: With the understanding that no one person will offer every desired skill and characteristic outlined below, compelling candidates will offer much of the following:

• Masters of Public Health, Nursing, or related field required. • PhD of Public Health, Nursing, or related field preferred. • 3-5 years’ experience in healthcare, public health, or related field required. • 3-5 years’ experience in being a supervisor required. • Experience in federal grants management, a plus. • Experience in blood and/or bleeding disorders, a plus. • Experience in managing a program comprised of diverse stakeholders. • Excellent interpersonal skills, with strong oral and written communication skills. • Ability to work in a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment and to be self- motivated. • Knowledge of quality improvement science and program evaluation, including measurement methodology and implementation.

Organization Description: The American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network (ATHN) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation founded in July 2006. ATHN provides a national informatics platform and public health services that support clinical care and outcomes analysis, research, advocacy, and public health reporting in communities impacted by rare hematologic disorders. ATHN partners with a network of over 146 affiliated clinical sites (ATHN Affiliate Network) conducting research, surveillance, and quality improvement initiatives. In addition, ATHN partners with government programs, community-based organizations, and industry, with the ultimate goal of improving the care and quality of life for those affected by rare hematologic disorders.

ATHN is a virtual organization, meaning that the entire ATHN staff are remote workers. We rely on modern communication tools to create a collective sense of purpose and stay connected with each other. If making a difference in the treatment of rare disorders excites you, we encourage you to apply.

Closing Date: 9/8/2022
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Contact Name: Melissa Creary,  Director, National Hemophilia Program Coordinating Center
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