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Manager A - FIMR (Health Services)

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The Manager A - FIMR (Health Services) job vacancy was made available on March 7, 2024, and it will expire on June 5, 2024. For this job, it is necessary that you have passed High School. Although the job is based in Shelby, the employer is open to the possibility of remote work for the right candidate. The employer's non-disclosure of salary means that you can negotiate your compensation. full time work might be just what you're looking for. Have you thought about it?

Closes On: June 28, 2024 at 11:59 PM CST

Department: Health Services
Job Status: Full-Time
Rate of Pay: $4,872.33 Monthly Min - $8,118.58 Monthly Max
Status: Grant-Funded
Details: Requisition #24-130792

Position Summary

This position is funded by a grant for a duration of time as defined by the grantor.

Leads and maintains the Maternal, Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) team and Child Death Review (CDR) team, to ensure program compliance and effectiveness, including submitting separate quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports for both contracts with monthly and/or semi-annual invoices as reviewed with assigned accountants.

Pay Grade: 55

Salary Commensurate with Experience and Education

Minimum Qualifications

1. Five (5) years of experience in public health or related experience; AND

2. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public health, social work, public health administration, or related field, master’s or PhD preferred with a concentration in population health; OR

3. An equivalent combination of related education and/or experience.

4. CHES certification and Bilingual English/Spanish, preferred.

5. Must have experience leading multi-sector stakeholders in implementation efforts.


Duties and Responsibilities

1. Manages compliance for Maternal, Fetal, and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) and Child Death Review (CDR) budgets, contracts, and outcomes, including working with the accountant regarding over and underspending while providing strategies for expending or reallocating funds to stay within budget and driving programming towards desired outcomes.

2. Responsible for the operations and qualitative approaches to improve the FIMR Program and CDR strategies by document and identifying systemic issues and collaborating on new strategies, grant proposals, RFPs, or publications to reduce maternal, fetal, infant, and child deaths.

3. Investigates, formulates narratives and abstracts, and presents and explain all maternal, fetal, infant, and child mortality data, including qualitative reduction strategic details.

4. Recruits members and facilitates inclusive monthly meetings of the FIMR Case Review Team and CDR team.

5. Works closely with functional leaders in Population Health and Epidemiology to assist with data collection strategy and program design.

6. Recommends and supervises all assigned staff performing contractual duties outlined in the State of Tennessee FIMR and CDR contracts.

7. Inspires and empowers FIMR and CDR Teams to create and implement innovative ways of developing data informed outreach plans, educating, empowering the public to reduce maternal, fetal, infant, and child deaths.

8. Provides mentorship and consultation on health education-related issues.

9. Provides guidance on how to develop measurable goals and objectives.

10. Researches funding opportunities (proposals, grants, RFP/RFQ)that fit the needs and priorities of the program and serves as a primary writer for funding applications. +

11. Responsible for carrying out mandatory assigned tasks related to public health emergency preparedness and response, training, and periodic disaster drills.

12. Performs other related duties as required or directed.

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1. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing, to team members, the public, partnering agencies, and other departments within Shelby County, TN.

2. Skilled in problem-solving skills, and ability to analyze and synthesize new information quickly.

3. Ability to develop, implement, and assess practical goals and objectives.

4. Knowledge of project management frameworks.

5. The ability to gather and understand quantitative and qualitative data, as part of assisting with strategy and program design.

6. Knowledge and experience developing, testing, and implementing survey tools.

7. Knowledge and experience applying theoretical concepts and models in developing health interventions.

8. Ability to accurately collect, enter and evaluate data, contribute to sound recommendations, compile information, and prepare technical and non-technical reports without supervision.

9. The knowledge and ability to recognize and implement corrections when appropriate to ensure quality data and program development.

10. Ability to tactfully interact with the public and co-workers, exercise judgment in evaluating situations, and make evidence-based decisions.

11. Knowledge and ability to synthesize assessment results to determine and prioritize health problems.

12. Ability to apply evidence-based research to develop advocacy efforts for policies and programs promoting health.

13. Ability to effectively manage time, organize, implement, and maintain a tracking system.

14. Ability to manage staff from various backgrounds and disciplines.

15. Knowledge and understanding of current community-based interventions and policies designed to reduce low birth weight, prematurity, infant mortality, and other adverse birth outcomes.

16. Knowledge and understanding of the concepts of health disparities, institutionalized racism, and other social determinants of health that negatively impact birth outcomes.

17. Knowledge and understanding of the principles of health behavior, preventive medicine, and epidemiology.

18. Knowledge in correctly interpreting and understanding data visualizations and using data as part of decision making.

19. Proficient knowledge in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) or similar software applications.

Physical Requirements
Work will require lifting of up to 20 lbs. and transporting materials and supplies to external locations.
Special Requirements

1. Work will require attendance at meetings and activities on weekends and/or after regular work hours.

2. Work will require travel to locations outside of the office to include out of state.


This position is subject to a background check for any convictions that have a substantial relationship to potential job duties. Only convictions that are substantially related to potential job duties will be considered and will not automatically disqualify the candidate.

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