1. Collaborates with inter-and intra-departmental teams to build Komen Headquarters and Affiliate Network capacity to develop, implement, evaluate and improve sustainable public health programs at the community, regional, and national level.
- Develops and implements approaches to improve the capacity of Komen Headquarters and Affiliates to use the tools, frameworks, and skill-sets associated with program evaluation (logic models, program plans, measurable objectives, benchmarks, etc.) to develop, implement, evaluate, and improve programs.
- Analyzes gaps and recommends solutions to improve the health of populations affected by breast cancer disparities.
- Ensures that measurement and evaluation strategies and tactics integrate with the Community Profile process.
- Oversees ongoing assistance for Headquarters and Affiliates to incorporate program evaluation into the grant making process and to use the results of program evaluation to improve grant making.
- Oversees the incorporation of metrics, tools, training, and other resources into Online Grant making system related to reporting and program evaluation.
- Assist with developing and delivering high-impact training for grantees and the organization’s Affiliates.
2. Provides oversight to the evaluation of Susan G. Komen’s Community Health portfolio, and assesses alignment of mission activities with Komen’s mission strategy.
- Identifies innovative approaches to portfolio evaluation and impact assessment.
- Leads evaluation studies and portfolio analyses
- Develops strategies to identify measurable outcomes from Komen-funded programs and projects
- Retrieves and analyzes data from multiple internal and public database(s)
- Analyzes both qualitative and quantitative data
3. Provides oversight to Komen’s Community Profile process including the planning, implementation and communication of results from these breast cancer needs assessments.
- Develops strategies to conduct effective community needs assessments utilizing the most current information available.
- Provides oversight to the internal Community Profile review process
- Leads the development of content and materials to train Affiliates on the steps involved in the assessment, development, and management of effective needs assessments (i.e. Community Profiles).
- Serves as a trainer for classes and workshops, as appropriate.
4. Develops and implements strategies to communicate the outcomes and impact of Susan G. Komen’s community/public health portfolio for multiple audiences
- Develops innovative approaches to tracking and communicating the outcomes of Komen’s community health efforts with an emphasis on the impact of Komen’s domestic and international community grants.
- Works with other Mission staff to identify processes and activities to enhance internal and external communication about Komen-funded mission activities
- Oversees the development and periodic updating of current mission-based communication resources including project/program summaries, talking points, and website content, as appropriate.
- Coordinates with the Evaluation & Outcomes team and Grants Administration team to prepare tables, charts and figures for internal and external reports, as required.
- Synthesizes information from multiple sources, including reports, publications, presentations, articles, and the experiences of others in the field, including staff and volunteers of Komen Affiliates.
5. Serves as a subject matter expert for Komen in the areas of Community Health and Monitoring and Evaluation
- Conducts research that advances the understanding of evidence-based interventions that will eliminate breast cancer disparities
6. Manages relationships with consultants, partners, and other vendors to ensure timely progression of project activities and high-quality deliverables, as well as control costs, as needed.
All other duties as assigned.
Minimum Experience Required
Qualified candidates will have a Master’s Degree in Public health or related field with a minimum of five (5) years of experience in administration or evaluation of public health programs and/or community health assessments. Ten (10) or more years as supervisor/manager of evaluation projects in a community health setting could be substituted for Master’s Degree requirement. Possess excellent written, verbal and problem solving skills. Demonstrated experience as a public speaker/trainer and report/document writing and preparation. Have ability to travel up to 4 – 5 times per year. Candidate must be able to work in the United States without employer sponsorship.
Prefer a PhD in Public Health, Evaluation or Related field. Certified in Public Health (CPH) or Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES/CHES) would be a plus along with experience working in a non-profit environment.