Population Health Program Administrator

Department Of Administrative Services, State Of Ohio Columbus , OH 43216

Posted 2 months ago

We are seeking candidates that have the proven ability to:

  • Drive results with a sense of urgency to move the aging network forward

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, vendors, clients, and the public

  • Influence others, negotiate the best outcomes, and advocate for the population we serve

  • Present him/herself as professional and knowledgeable

Here's what we need this position to do:

  • Demonstrate strong leadership skills by implementing evidence-based health and wellness programs.

  • Get engaged in the aging network by communicating with coordinators at the Area Agencies on Aging.

  • Keep us moving forward by bringing new ideas to the table.

  • Apply your health/wellness/clinical knowledge to ensure positive outcomes within the programs.

This position will make an impact. Through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, we have been granted additional funding to provide services to Ohio's aging population since they are the most at risk during this pandemic.

For more in-depth job duties, please click here to view the position description.

To be considered for this position, you must meet at least one of the below qualifications:

  • Completion of undergraduate core program in social or behavioral science, pre-medicine or public or business administration or accounting AND 18 months of experience in delivery of human services or medical assistance in governmental, community or private human support services agency or medical provider or review of such services for cost containment/budget planning AND 6 months of experience in supervisory principles/techniques.

  • Completion of graduate core program in social or behavioral science, medicine-related field or public or business administration or accounting AND 12 mos. exp. in delivery of human services or medical assistance in governmental, community or private human support services agency or medical provider or review of such services for cost containment/budget planning AND 6 mos. exp. in supervisory principles/techniques.

Note: Training in business or public administration or accounting & experience in review of services for cost containment/budgeting only pertain to medical cost containment program administrator positions.

Education and experience can be equated using the Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment chart.

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