Missouri Family Health Council, Inc
Director of Program Assessment and Analytics
Missouri Family Health Council (MFHC), a nonprofit organization based in Jefferson City, works to improve the health of Missouri families by developing and managing family planning and related preventive health programs. MFHC allocates $4.3M in funding to 19 subrecipient agencies throughout the state. MFHC is currently seeking a Director of Program Assessment and Analytics to act as MFHC’s liaison to subrecipient agencies regarding performance measurement. This leadership role reports directly to the Executive Director and will include, but is not limited to, the following responsibilities and qualifications:
- Design, implement, and maintain a performance measurement and quality assurance system for MFHC and subrecipient agencies. Ensure compliance (via on-site visits and program reporting) with funder and MFHC requirements.
- Manage the submission of required reports from subrecipients. Provide tools to subrecipients that simplify reporting and promote compliance.
- Monitor subrecipient agencies’ progress towards goals and objectives.
- Analyze data and recommend priority initiatives for family planning service delivery in Missouri.
- Coordinate technical assistance for subrecipient agencies and serve as resource to agencies that need or desire to improve their data infrastructure.
- Make recommendations for enhancing the funding formula and for funding allocations.
- Design and manage MFHC’s data collection and warehousing strategy and champion evidence-based decision-making throughout the organization.
- Maintain communication between MFHC and its subrecipient agencies.
- Work with other MFHC staff to promote best practices in subrecipient agencies.
- Act as MFHC representative for appropriate stakeholder and partnership groups
- Master’s Degree in a related field (Public Health, Public Administration, Nonprofit Management, Public Affairs)
- Experience in healthcare organizations or settings
- Two or more years’ experience in program evaluation
- Two or more years’ experience with program or project leadership or management
- Track record of strong analytics, with experience in interpretation of large quantitative data sets
- Familiarity with appropriate statistical software
- Ability to work with diverse subrecipient agency personnel and programs. Must be able to give technical assistance in a constructive manner as well as uphold consequences for noncompliance.
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
- Must have a high comfort level with self-direction and team-based settings.
- Ability to travel
- MFHC and subrecipient agency compliance in funder audits
- Improvement of program and data collection quality in subrecipient agencies
- Production of evaluations useful to subrecipient agencies and MFHC
- Development of annual training calendar based on identified needs and trends in the field.
- Development of performance improvement benchmarks and trend analysis procedures based on MFHC data.
If you are qualified and interested, please email or mail your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com or Executive Director, Missouri Family Health Council, Inc., PO Box 104475, Jefferson City, MO, 65110-4475.
In your cover letter, please speak to:
1. Your experience supervising people and/or projects
2. Your ability to use statistical methods to pull meaningful information from data.
Compensation, with benefits, is commensurate with experience and education. Salary low: $45,000, Salary High: $60,000
No phone calls please. All resumes will be treated as confidential. Deadline for submissions is July 24, 2015. EOE
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