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Job Openings at PHSSCA


Position Title:  Project Manager– Works 100% of their time on the grant program

Supervisor: Executive Director



The Project Manager will establish relationships with local health and human service providers and aid in facilitating referral processes, so that men, women, and children can easily access these services in their communities.  The Project Manager will share this information with the case management staff (Family Care Coordinators, Family Outreach Workers, Supervisors, and Fatherhood Coordinators) so that they can assist participants’ connection to these services. Facilitate quarterly Community Action Network (CAN) meetings and serve as liaison with the CAN, representing the Healthy Start Triad Baby Love Plus Program.



  1. Assesses needs for services or programs in collaboration with Healthy Start TBLP team.

  2. Coordinates and oversees Healthy Start Triad BLP program as outlined in agency’s program plan, to ensure that services are being provided in accordance with agency objectives and requirements of federal funding sources.

  3. Meet at least semi-monthly or monthly with staff team.

  4. Maintain and update program policy manual.

  5. Make recommendations to Executive Director regarding staff development.

  6. Work with Information Technology Director to analyze data for program and data specific to funded services.

  7. Responsible for collection of data and reports for various funding agencies and agency requirements.

  8. Prepare and submit monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on services.

  9. Represents PHSSCA on various Healthy Start Triad BLP or health related committees and Boards as assigned by Executive Director.

  10. Perform other various duties at the discretion of the Executive Director for the enhancement of the agency.


Educational Requirements:


BS or higher in social work, public health, community health, program management or equivalent, minimum of 2 years of grant management experience and/or combination of education and work experience; or 4-6 years commensurate experience. 


Additional Requirements:

  1. Excellent knowledge of MS Office; working knowledge of program/project management software 

  2. Outstanding leadership and organizational skills

  3. Excellent communication skills

  4. Excellent problem-solving ability

  5. Must have a car and be available to work weekends and evenings.

Please submit résumé and cover letter to, Attention: Human Resources

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