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TITLE: Program Analyst

LOCATION: Sacramento                

DIVISION: Physicians for a Healthy California (PHC)

EXEMPTION STATUS: Non-Exempt                                     

REPORTS TO: CEO

Position Summary: The Program Analyst is a full-time position designed to lead in the development and implementation of PHC programs under the supervision of the CEO. Primary responsibilities include:

Duties:

  • Work with internal and external stakeholders to develop a business plan for sustaining existing programs
  • Work with physician leaders to develop membership packages
  • Initiate the development and implementation of work plans to ensure goals/objectives are met
  • Develop and monitor program budgets and expenditures
  • Research and author proposals to raise funds for various PHC programs
  • Author progress reports including funder, board, and other reports
  • Evaluate programs, develop ongoing lessons learned documentation and initiate action based on lessons learned
  • Coordinate stakeholder events including logistics, speakers, travel, etc.
  • Maintain communications for various programs such as social media, websites, e-newsletters and media events
  • Participate in ongoing dissemination, promotion, and evaluation of the project’s activities
  • Update and maintain historical records and databases

Experience and Education: 

Required qualifications

  • Ability to manage various programs and initiatives, and prioritize tasks
  • At least four years of experience in programs administration
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Ability to engage and excite high-level medical and healthcare professionals about the project’s mission
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and strong organizational skills
  • Computer skill in Microsoft Office: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Internet Explorer, and Word. Advanced database skills (Access) are a plus
  • Ability to travel and occasionally work evening and weekend events

Desired qualifications

  • Experience supporting quality improvement projects in the primary care setting
  • Experience in partnering with physicians, health care providers and other organizations (particularly health plans) to improve health
  • Ability to work with diverse communities
  • Bachelor’s degree

Apply for this position

To apply, please download the application form and email your cover letter, resume and completed application form to Human Resources.