Performance Standards Coordinator
Opportunity to Advance
Health Equity in Massachusetts
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Position: Performance Standards Coordinator
Office of Local and Regional Health
The Office of Local and Regional Health (OLRH) is seeking a highly experienced and passionate Program Coordinator to support the implementation of the goals and objectives outlined in the Blueprint for Public Health Excellence by the Special Commission on Local and Regional Health. This position will focus on advancing the local and regional health performance standards through various phases, based on the results of capacity assessments. The Performance Standards Coordinator will be responsible for strategizing, planning, and implementing future phases of the standards, while also leading the development of cost analysis and ensuring compliance. This role will work closely with the Performance and Quality Improvement Specialist and the Assistant Director of Performance Standards to ensure the success of the program.
The Office of Local and Regional Health acknowledges the history of structural racism and its impact on health. We are committed to improving the quality of life for all Commonwealth residents while eliminating inequities that impact the lives of communities of color who are disproportionately affected by conditions leading to poor health outcomes. The Performance Standards Coordinator will be part of the Office’s vision of implementing strategies that ensure the Office’s work, policies and programs are inclusive and equitable for all.
Our ideal candidate has:
- a passion for and is familiar with the social determinants of health and their measurement;
- at least 3 years of experience in professional, administrative or managerial experience in business administration;
- knowledge of the local and regional public health system, including the Municipal Boards of Health and
- a deep understanding of Lean Six Sigma methodology, black belt certification preferred.
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