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Job Opportunity: Boston Public Health Commission. Sr. Program Manager, Healthcare Systems Preparedness

Candidates can apply directly at the BPHC Hiring Webpage, found here
BOSTON PUBLIC HEALTH COMMISSION

JOB TITLE: Senior Program Manager, Healthcare System Preparedness                   
PROGRAM: Office of Public Health Preparedness                 
LOCATION: 785 Albany St., Miranda Creamer Building 6th Floor                      
SUPERVISOR: Associate Director, Healthcare System Preparedness, Response and Recovery                                 
JOB GRADE (if applicable):
HORLY RATE/ANNUAL SALARY:           $ 55,000-$65,000

HOURS PER WEEK: 35hours/week
SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday, 9-5.

Duties will require working some evenings, nights or weekends.
Must carry a department issued pager and cell phone and be available for emergencies .              

  
The Office of Public Health Preparedness (OPHP) is a program of the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC). The mission of OPHP is to enhance community, public health, and healthcare system resilience in order to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies that impact the health of the public. OPHP envisions a resilient Boston through healthy, informed, and connected communities that are supported every day and during emergencies by strong, integrated public health and healthcare systems.

DUTIES:
BPHC serves as the Sponsoring Organization for the Boston Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (HPC), the City of Boston’s Health and Medical Coordinating Coalition (HMCC). The Senior Program Manager, Healthcare System Preparedness is responsible for overseeing program and project management of the Boston HPC on behalf of BPHC. The Senior Program Manager leads the recruitment and engagement of the Boston HPC members, and leads the development and completion of initiatives set forth by the Boston HPC Executive Committee and various project specific working groups. More specifically, the Senior Program Manager will:

Response and Recovery Operations
        Serve as a Duty Officer for the Boston Public Health Commission’s Medical Intelligence Center (MIC) to ensure 24/7 coverage, after appropriate on-boarding and training.
        Staffs the MIC during emergencies affecting public health and healthcare.
        Work with Boston HPC members and BPHC staff to further develop the public health and healthcare coordinating center functions of the MIC.
        Participate in the development and maintenance of plans, protocols and procedures for daily and emergency operations that impact BPHC and the Boston HPC.
        Participate in drills and exercises testing Boston HPC capabilities.
         Coordinate the After Action Reporting (AAR) process for exercises and real-world activations for the Boston HPC. Oversee the implementation of corrective actions, and update plans to reflect changes.   


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Boston residency is required.
A Criminal Offenders Records Information request must be completed for this position.  However, a record is not an automatic bar to employment but is reviewed in relation to the job applied for.
Any position that requires an advanced degree will be subject to education verification.
This is a grant funded position.
The Boston Public Health Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all applicants meeting the minimum qualifications are eligible to apply.



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