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Office of Medical Education Community Programs Manager

Apply now Job no: 493204
Full time/Part time: Full-time
Location: South Orange
Categories: Administrator

In this unique 3 year course, students will be immersed in communities and linked to families, developing a longitudinal relationship in order to better understand the human dimensions of an individual’s health experience. The HD Course content will be integrated with all other elements of the SOM’s curriculum, and will bring to life the many determinants of health. We anticipate that throughout this course students will provide benefit(s) to the individuals, families, and the communities with whom they are working.

Pairs of students will follow individuals and families through all aspects of their health including activities such as making home visits, attending medical appointments, and utilizing community resources to help meet the patients’ needs. The community liaisons and manger will serve as the initial face of the medical school and an ongoing presence for the families. Community liaisons will recruit, screen, orient, and maintain continuity for families and individuals participating in the HD Course. They will be individuals who are from and/or very familiar with the communities we are serving, and may have a personal professional interest and goals of entering health-related fields (e.g. Social Work, Public Health, Medicine, Allied Health, etc.). The OME Community Programs Manager will lead the recruitment, training, support, supervision, and mentorship of these individuals. The OME Community Programs Manager will also supervise the Community Engagement Specialist who will focus on developing and maintaining relationships and partnerships with community-based agencies, organizations, and programs.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Recruit, train, manage, and mentor a staff of four community liaisons who will be in the community working closely with families and students.
  • Recruit, train, manage, supervise, and mentor the Community Engagement Specialist .
  • Participate in screening individuals that are referred from local agencies and medical practices to determine whether they are eligible to participate in the Human Dimension course
  • Assist in connecting screened and accepted individuals to local community resources 
  • Support and enhance the recruitment, development, monitoring, and collaboration with community agencies, sites, and families within the course.
  • Assist in ensuring implementation, adherence, monitoring, and continuous improvement of all policies and procedures related to the course, including those regarding safety and operations.
  • Support the development and maintenance of a database of social services resources throughout the state.
  • Serve as a mentor for the community liaisons as they work with individuals and families involved in the course, and promote their professional and personal development.

Required Qualifications:

  • Leadership experience in social services, public health, or community outreach work
  • A working understanding of social determinants of health and community health 
  • Excellent communication, administration, and leadership skills.
  • Ability to mentor and motivate team members
  • Ability to travel independently throughout Northern and Central New Jersey and to conduct meetings including before or after “normal” work hours.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bilingual (Spanish preferred) 
  • Master level degree in relevant field (Social Work preferred)
  • Exempt

Physical Demands:  

  • General Office Environment

Special Instructions to Applicants:

  • The person in this position is required to perform his or her duties at all Seton Hall University locations and facilities, as assigned.


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