The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Washington D.C., DC, USA
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), located in Washington, DC, is a membership organization dedicated to improve the lives of all people seeking obstetric and gynecologic care, their families, and communities is currently seeking a Manager, Programs Women's Preventative Services Initiatives (WPSI). The Manager, Programs is responsible for the overall development, management, oversight, and implementation of program activities and deliverables, to include project initiatives, documents, program planning, budgets, contracts, grants, awards, evaluation and reporting, personnel management, and financial reporting. Focus on developing objectives and strategies to assess program progress and growth. Network and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders. Make independent judgments to assess, interpret, and respond to the needs of stakeholders.
Cover Letter Required.
Manage the day to day operations of programs and activities and review program work for continuous improvement opportunities. Act as a liaison and serve as the lead point of contact with committees, workgroups, funders, workshops, and ACOG staff to support execution of department and organizational initiatives.
Provide leadership, direction, and management of staff, including fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment through supervising staff, providing feedback, coaching, support, mentoring, performance management, and training and development opportunities as appropriate.
Plan, coordinate, and manage grants and program activities including preparing progress reports, technical reviews and responses, budget, data analysis, generate scheduled and ad-hoc reports, review and process applications and awards, materials and surveys.
Identify, track, monitor, and communicate projectrelated issues, scope changes, variances and contingencies that may arise. Escalate issues to leadership and funders as needed.
Manage and track all proposal/reporting deadlines, submissions, and status updates and assists in drafting program proposals and reports.
Attend and/or lead meetings (webinars, trainings, workshops). Create messaging for internal/external use and website presences.
Collaborate with the appropriate internal departments and stakeholders to ensure program compliance with federal regulations and grant management policy as needed.
Assist in budget preparation, execution and support financial audits by gathering supporting documents and collaborate with internal partners to manage and monitor budget-to-actuals.
Engage with partners and stakeholders to coordinate national and state activities and develop, edit and disseminate communication resources, materials and promotional plans related to assigned program, including social media content and other electronic media resources, newsletters, fact sheets, posters, tool kits, emails, marketing materials for trainings, slides for presentations and other materials.
Lead, oversee and manage document and product development, including preparation of initial drafts as assigned, committee and external review, ensuring consistency with recommendations, and product production.
Create content and coordinate review with the products review subcommittee. Manage design for publication, language translation of materials, and refresh and updates with vendors.
Lead annual updates to coding guide content in coordination with the ACOG coding team
Identify potential members to serve on the Steering Committees; facilitates committee application submission, evaluation, and confirmation of participation.
Evaluate dissemination and implementation of developed products and genereate reports for HRSA on evaluation measures.
Maintain Airtable database with products and projects
Manage implementation of in-person meetings and trainings to include representing WPSI and ACOG, development of the agenda, on-site logistics, oversee pre-training surveys, and provide meetings and training summary.
Manage the execution of the focus groups and drafted additional ACOG internal administrative documents including Concept Summary Forms.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required, master's degree in public health-related field preferred.
Minimum 5 years related experience required in public health and health education, including project management or clinical projects.
Minimum of one year of supervisory experience. Experience in working with state-local public health systems and community-based organizations preferred.
Demonstrated skill in implementing and evaluating medical or public health projects and outreach activities, materials, and events.
Strong written and communication skills.
Self-motivated, with the ability to exercise independent judgment, prioritize and implement multiple projects, and collaborate effectively with internal and external partners.
Demonstrated skill in negotiating controversial issues.
Strong computer skills including aptitude in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and content management systems.
Ability to travel, sometimes overnight and for several days.
Members are referred to as fellows and use the post-nominal lettersFACOG to indicate their status. To become a fellow, candidates must become certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecologyand then nominated to the college by another fellow. Board certification involves a two-part exam, usually taken over a two-year period. The first part is a written exam, which is taken the first year the candidate is "eligible" (typically in the final year of obstetrics and gynecology residency training). The second part is an oral exam, taken the year after the written exam is passed. The oral examination is based largely on a collection of a year's worth of medical and surgical cases known as the "case list".