The Michigan Health Council is a dynamic 501c3 non-profit that focuses on making great products and delivering services that support Michigan’s health care employers, educators, and professionals. We are currently seeking an energetic, conscientious and detail oriented individual who enjoys making a difference, being part of a team and takes pride in their career to serve as coordinator of the Early Primary Care Incentive Program. This position reports to the MHC President & Chief Executive Officer.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Develop work plans and logic model to guide implementation and management of the Early Primary Care Incentive (EPCI) Program.
Develop and implement a communication and marketing plan.
Build and sustain strong effective relationships with a broad and diverse group of stakeholders including but not limited to key primary care provider organizations, healthcare organizations, academic institutions, governmental entities, employers and consumer groups
Identify, recommend, and implement potential opportunities for collaboration and/or partnership between MHC and other persons or organizations pursuing similar goals internal and external to Michigan
Develop and manage budget projections, revenue generating opportunities, and operating expenses
Manage grant reporting through the State of Michigan’s E-Grants system.
Assist with grant development efforts to secure additional funding for the Early Primary Care Incentive Program.
Collaborate with MHC Communications Specialist in the development and monitoring of communications including synchronous and asynchronous webcasts, newsletters, articles, web content, email blasts, social media messaging, collateral marketing materials, etc.
All other administrative and managerial responsibilities presented to this position as deemed necessary by the Chief Operating Officer and/or President & CEO.
Qualifications: Minimum of 3 years of professional experience. Health care experience preferred. Experience working for a non-profit organization desirable.
Education and Licensure: Bachelor degree required. Master’s degree in health care administration, public health, public administration, business administration or a related field preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of the health care industry including an understanding of the medical education system
Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation
Ability to convey a vision of the Early primary Care Incentive Program’s strategic future
Ability to manage complex projects.
Excellent interpersonal, written, verbal, public speaking, and technology-based communication skills
Strong leadership abilities, critical thinking, group process and conflict resolution skills
Ability to interact effectively with a variety of individuals and groups and building sustainable relationships
Demonstrated ability to work independently with close attention to detail
Full benefits including health, dental, vision and disability insurance, and competitive starting salary based on experience and skill level.
Please submit a letter of interest and a resume/CV via email to MHC Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.