Administrative Manager / 40 Hours / Mgh- Community Health Improvement

Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Boston , MA 02298

Posted 7 months ago

GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:In February 2019, the Massachusetts General Hospital established the MGH Center for Gun Violence Prevention, an interdisciplinary and collaborative center dedicated to advancing the safety and health of children and adults through gun violence prevention research, clinical care, education, and community engagement. The vision of the Center is to develop and advance a comprehensive, hospital-based program dedicated to mitigating gun violence and promoting injury prevention by approaching gun violence as the public health epidemic that it is.The Center has 3 main pillars: * Clinical and Education: dedicated to empowering front-line clinicians across disciplines with tools to prevent firearm-related violence and developing educational opportunities for training in research methodologies and violence prevention education and methods * Research: dedicated to rigorous research, disseminated through peer-reviewed publications, focused on the nature, causes, consequences, prevention, and treatment of firearm-related violence * Community Engagement: dedicated to developing community-based partnerships to establish and advance violence prevention and intervention efforts by engaging stakeholders across theCommonwealth of MassachusettsUnder the direct supervision of the Co-directors of the Center (Drs. Chana Sacks and Peter Masiakos), the administrative director will support the Center and its three pillars in accomplishing these goals and objectives.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Provide excellent leadership and execution to the Center for Gun Violence Prevention. Under the direction of the co-directors, the administrative manager will work closely with leaders to *
  • Facilitate a strategic planning process to more fully develop implementation plans for each of the three major pillars of mission. * Be chiefly responsible for executing that plan under the leadership of Drs. Masiakos and Sacks. * Develop and write, grants and proposals, Institutional Review Board (IRB) applications, and research publications. * Develop schedules/timelines, coordinate activities, track project status and measures of success. * Plan, prepare and organize meetings. Create meeting agendas, record minutes and follow-up with team to coordinate next steps. * Research relevant issues and collect/synthesize relevant data from multiple sources. * Monitor and communicate progress, as well as disseminate results of projects. * Develop and distribute materials (e.g. PowerPoint presentations, spreadsheets, reports) for internal, local and national leaders. * Ensure smooth information flow between involved parties. * Maintain all project documents, data, action items and other key information.Other duties include * Manage the planning, promotion and production of Center-sponsored events, including an annual educational symposium. Assist with the communication and marketing efforts of the Center. * Coordinate speakers, consultants, photographers, media representatives. * Some support work such as scheduling meetings and maintaining distribution lists will be required. * Other duties as assigned.SKILLS & COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:Demonstrated high degree of initiative with ability to conceptualize direction and projects, prioritize work, meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Political savvy and the ability to represent the Center with leaders at MGH and within the Greater Boston community * Strong time management, organizational and planning skills and the ability to multitask at a high level. * Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. * Great attention to detail, professionalism and a strong work ethic. * Demonstrated ability to be flexible and adaptable in a fast-paced complex environment. * Ability to work independently which includes good judgement about when to seek support. * Ability to work in a collaborative team environment and effectively interact with all levels of MGH. * Experience facilitating and staffing projects that involve interdisciplinary team members a plus. * Proficient in MS Office applications, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. * Experience with collecting, summarizing and presenting data. * Experience with community outreach and health improvement, achieving health equity and addressing social determinants of health preferred. * Passion for ending the epidemic of gun violence a must.EDUCATION:Minimum Required:Bachelor's DegreePreferred:Master's Degree
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