Workforce Program Manager

Maine Primary Care Association | Augusta, ME, United States

Posted Date 11/07/2022

Reports to: Director of Workforce Initiatives

Maine Primary Care Association (MPCA) is a membership organization that represents the collective voices of Maine’s Community Health Centers, which provide high quality, primary and preventive medical, behavioral health, and dental services for 1 in 6 Mainers. MPCA is seeking a Workforce Program Manager who will collaborate with various stakeholders to optimize FQHC workforce strategies by facilitating technical assistance, trainings, dissemination of resources and peer-to-peer connections to support FQHC workforce priorities and goals. This individual will be responsible for data collection during the project planning and implementation process for the Rural Public Health Workforce Training Network (RPHWTN) Program, a HRSA-funded initiative.

The individual will balance multiple priorities and creatively use available resources to drive programmatic developments and transformation. Excellent training and meeting-facilitation skills are a must, as is the ability to build relationships with diverse stakeholders across multiple disciplines. This professional will possess a customer-service orientation, with enthusiasm for finding solutions and connecting resources in support of FQHC workforce goals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Communicates with MPCA leadership, health center workforce leaders, clinical and operational staff members, and various third-party partners and other community-based organizations relevant to FQHC workforce.
  • Co-facilitates peer networking meetings for workforce and/or human resources leaders in health centers.
  • Assists with identifying and responding to workforce needs in member health centers.
  • Supports and plans internal process improvement initiatives led by the Director of Workforce Initiatives.
  • Responsible for tracking, collecting, aggregating, and reporting qualitative and quantitative data from network members for the RPHWTN program to fulfill HRSA reporting requirements.
  • Works with Director of Workforce Initiatives to use data to inform program improvements.
  • Responsible for partner communication, management, and workplan tracking for the RPHWTN program and other workforce projects.

Required Qualification and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (for example, Human Resources, Social Work, Business Administration) with 5 years of relevant work experience equivalent
  • Experience working with educational, institutional and/or health care settings, preferably FQHCs
  • Competency in data entry and professional communication
  • Demonstrates excellent writing and presentation skills
  • Ability to work effectively with a diverse spectrum of people
  • Understands health equity and the need for cultural humility as part of program activities

Preferred Qualifications 

  • Experience in organizational recruitment and retention strategies
  • Expertise and demonstrated success leveraging opportunities to develop and expand Maine’s healthcare workforce, including experience working with universities, community colleges, medical residencies, etc.

MPCA offers a highly competitive salary based on experience and skills of employees. Additionally, MPCA provides a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, 403b match, ancillary benefits, and generous paid time off benefits.

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Salary55000.00 - 65000.00 Annual
Job Type
Regular | Remote Work (from Maine)
Healthcare | Non-Profit
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