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Careers at Bi-State PCA

Bi-State Values Statement

Bi-State’s values have been created by our team to describe the culture within our organization. These values provide a greater understanding of how we operate as an organization.
Bi-State’s mission and vision are the foundation of our work. We are dedicated to ensuring that these core values are integrated with our day-to-day work lives.

We are committed to continual improvement and learning. We value creativity and seek opportunities to expand our thinking to better serve our members. We encourage professional growth and development. We promote positive change by acting upon the opportunities that result from continuous learning.

We are committed to continual improvement and learning. We value creativity and seek opportunities to expand our thinking to better serve our members. We encourage professional growth and development. We promote positWe are committed to continual improvement and learning. We value creativity and seek opportunities to expand our thinking to better serve our members. We encourage professional growth and development. We promote positive change by acting upon the opportunities that result from continuous learning. ive change by acting upon the opportunities that result from continuous learning.

We are committed to continual improvement and learning. We value creativity and seek opportunities to expand our thinking to better serve our members. We encourage professional growth and development. We promote positive change by acting upon the opportunities that result from continuous learning.

We are committed to continual improvement and learning. We value creativity and seek opportunities to expand our thinking to better serve our members. We encourage professional growth and development. We promote positive change by acting upon the opportunities that result from continuous learning.

Hello,
Thank you for your interest in Bi-State Primary Care Association. Please see descriptions of our open positions below.
Thank you,

Tess Stack Kuenning, CNS, MS, RN – President and CEO

 

 

 

Bi-State PCA is an equal opportunity employer. We consider all applicants for employment without attention to age, race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, veteran or disability status, or any class protected by law.

Project Coordinator, Workforce Initiatives - Full-Time

 

Location: 525 Clinton Street, Bow, NH 03304

 

Bi-State Primary Care Association seeks an energetic, self-starter to join our mission-driven team. The Project Coordinator, Workforce Initiatives will provide training and technical assistance to Community Health Centers across Vermont and New Hampshire in the areas of workforce development and recruitment and retention. Join us to foster the development of new health center-based education and training programs to build a workforce to address current and emerging needs. This includes supporting health centers in implementing health professions education and training initiatives through strategic partnerships between community colleges, four-year colleges, and universities and health centers.

 

This program will enhance Community Health Centers’ capabilities to recruit, develop, and retain their workforce by exposing health and allied health professions students, trainees, and residents to education and training programs at health centers. Required skills include strong written and oral communication, the ability to work on multiple projects and tasks simultaneously, and the ability to provide accurate, timely written reports together with a four (4) year college degree. Preferred experience includes three (3) to five (5) years of relevant work experience in workforce planning and development in a community-based setting, knowledge of primary care, behavioral health and/or substance use disorder workforce, provider certification and training programs and/or recruitment and retention strategies, and grant management experience.

 

Bi-State offers our team excellent benefits that include health, dental, vision and life insurance, a retirement program contribution, generous paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, and an education reimbursement contribution.

 

This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position.

 

Interested and qualified applicants with a passion for mission-driven work please send a resume and cover letter with salary expectations to employment@bistatepca.org.

Project Coordinator, Workforce Initiatives

 

 

Reports To: Program Manager, Workforce
Employment Classification: Full Time; Salaried; Exempt
Date Last Updated: November 30, 2021
Current Incumbent: To be hired

Purpose of the Position:
The purpose of this position is to increase the percentage of health centers in Vermont and New Hampshire who are at full readiness to engage in health professions training programs. The Project Coordinator will

provide training and technical assistance to health centers to foster the development of new health center- based education and training programs to build a workforce to address current and emerging needs.

 

General Description:
Under the supervision of the Program Manager, Workforce and in accordance with Bi-State policies and procedures, the Project Coordinator is responsible for organizing and conducting all aspects of Bi-State’s work in the implementation of the Health Profession Education and Training Initiative (HP-ET). The HP-ET Initiative is intended to enhance health centers’ capabilities to recruit, develop, and retain their workforce by exposing health and allied health professions students, trainees, and residents to education and training programs at health centers. The Project Coordinator will have an understanding of primary care and will work collaboratively within Bi-State’s Recruitment Center to integrate health professions education and training activities with workforce development, recruitment, retention, and other services provided by the Recruitment Center. The Project Coordinator for Health Professions Education and Training is funded by a grant from the Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW) through June 30, 2023, subject to availability or extension of grant funds.

Bi-State is an equal opportunity employer, willing to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. Employees who require accommodation to perform the essential functions and requirements of their positions should address questions or concerns with Human Resources.

 

Essential Duties:
1. Support planning and implementation of HP-ET initiatives that facilitate workforce development for and within health centers.
2. Support health center development of strategic workforce action plans to advance the HP-ET Initiative.
3. Participate in Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC),Bureau of Health Workforce, and/or Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP)-supported
training and technical assistance (T/TA) on the HP-ET initiative and strategic workforce planning.
4. Support the administration of health center assessments as required by BPHC, Bureau of Health Workforce and/or HRSA such as the Readiness To Train Assessment Tool (RTAT).
5. Provide T/TA to health centers to offer support in interpreting results or acting on results from assessments such as RTAT.
6. Assist health centers in identifying potential barriers that may prevent them from advancing HP-ET.
7. Analyze key factors to identify overarching patterns and structural- and/or system-level barriers that prevent health centers from progressing through levels of readiness.
8. Identify and provide T/TA to help address identified barriers.
9. Provide T/TA through small and large group discussions (e.g., training sessions, learning collaboratives, webinars) on developing and strengthening academic-community partnerships to support HP-ET across all disciplines and educational levels. Convene and facilitate meetings with health centers and external stakeholders to support this work.
10. Periodically travel on Bi-State business.
11. Facilitate relationships with key stakeholders (e.g., federal, state, local, and national organizations) to implement, advance, and sustain HP-ET.
12. Establish strategic partnerships between community colleges, four-year colleges, and universities to recruit and retain students from rural and underserved communities who have a strong desire to pursue a career working in a health center.
13. Work collaboratively with the State and other public and private organizations to reach the goals and objectives of Bi-State and its’ Recruitment Center.
14. Maintain knowledge of national, regional, and local health care marketplace to identify trends, best practices and barriers relating to workforce development, recruitment, and retention. Disseminate this information to key stakeholders to increase the ability of practices to attract, recruit, and retain an appropriate workforce.
15. Promote evidence-based models or promising practices that support HP-ET.
16. Assist in the preparation of the annual budget to include making revenue projections and recommending service levels and enhancements. Monitor and track all expenditures to ensure the project remains within
its approved budget.
17. Provide timely written and oral reports to the Program Manager, Workforce and funders on progress toward program objectives, activities, and metrics.
18. Maintain positive internal and external communication with Bi-State’s staff, members, Board of Directors, clients, and external stakeholders.
19. Actively serve as an ambassador from Bi-State to the community, building collaborative connections, and
looking for opportunities to increase income for the organization. In coordination with your supervisor, identify, cultivate, solicit, and provide stewardship to potential and current donors and sponsors; develop
opportunities for fee-for-service consulting; write grants; promote the group purchasing program; and look for opportunities to attract new members and strengthen relationships with existing members.
20. Understand the mission and vision of the organization.
21. Live the values of the organization: learning, integrity, responsiveness, and respect.
22. Other duties as assigned by your supervisor and/or the President and Chief Executive Officer and/or the Vice President of Policy and Strategy.

 

Qualifications:
Knowledge/Degree/License Requirements:
1. Four-year baccalaureate degree is required.
2. Experience in workforce planning and development in community-based settings preferred.
3. Knowledge of primary care, behavioral health and/or substance use disorder workforce, provider certification and training programs and/or recruitment and retention strategies preferred.
4. Three-to-five years of relevant experience.
5. Grant management experience preferred.
6. Valid United States driver’s license.

 

Skills Requirements:
1. Possess strong oral and written communication skills.
2. Possess strong computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and ability to use Bi-State systems.
3. Possess strong interpersonal skills to effectively work with the membership and public.
4. High level of independence and motivation and excellent judgment required as the incumbent will regularly exercise independent discretion.
5. Possess negotiation skills.
6. Ability to manage large projects/grants.
7. Ability to work independently and demonstrate flexibility.
8. Ability to work with multiple tasks simultaneously.
9. Ability to produce accurate, timely written reports using organizational systems.
10. Ability to meet deadlines.
11. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
12. Ability to understand and follow complex instructions.
13. Ability to respond appropriately and professionally to staff and members of the public in person, in written communication and on the phone.
14. Ability to interpret data and apply, as needed, to varying uses, such as grant application guidelines.
15. Ability to work well in fast-paced environment, juggle many priorities and handle stress in a professional and positive manner.

 

Physical Requirements:
1. Most time spent sitting, with up to one-third (1/3) of time walking or standing. There are no restrictions on ability to interrupt periods of sitting.
2. Minimal lifting.

 

Working/Environment Conditions:
1. Climate-controlled office (when working on-site)
2. Quiet work environment
Machines/Equipment/Tools Used:
1. Computer
2. Telephone
3. Copy machine
4. Automobile

 

Interested and qualified applicants with a passion for mission-driven work please send a resume and cover letter with salary expectations to employment@bistatepca.org.

Oral Health Project Coordinator

 

 

Bi-State Primary Care Association seeks an energetic, self-starter to join our mission-driven team. The Oral Health Project Coordinator will work with New Hampshire, Vermont, and federal stakeholders to support oral health initiatives. Join Bi-State to provide workforce development, research, grant tracking, coalition support, and policy work in the area of oral health. This role will focus on engaging stakeholders to promote access to oral health by supporting the implementation of workforce projects; coordinating initiatives in New Hampshire and Vermont; and reviewing and researching oral health policy proposals.
Required skills include a four (4) year college degree together with strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills, the ability to work on multiple projects and tasks simultaneously, and the ability to provide accurate, timely written reports. Preferred experience includes three (3) to five (5) years of relevant experience in workforce planning and development in a community-based setting, knowledge of oral health and provider certification and training programs and/or recruitment and retention strategies, as well as grant management experience.

 

Bi-State offers our team excellent benefits that include health, dental, vision and life insurance, a retirement program contribution, generous paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, and an education reimbursement contribution. Bi-State was founded in 1986 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan charitable organization with offices in Bow, NH and Montpelier, VT. The intent of this position is to be based in Bow, NH. Our Mission is to promote access to effective and affordable primary care and preventive services for all, with special emphasis on underserved populations in Vermont and New Hampshire. We work with federal, state, and regional health policy organizations and policymakers, foundations, and payers to develop strategies, policies, and programs that promote and sustain community-based, primary health care services. We provide advocacy, technical assistance, provider recruitment, education and training, and resource and information services.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We consider all applicants for employment without attention to age, race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, veteran or disability status, or any class protected by law.
Interested and qualified applicants with a passion for mission-driven work please send a resume and cover letter with salary expectations to employment@bistatepca.org.

 

Title: Oral Health Project Coordinator
Reports To: Program Manager, Workforce
Employment Classification: Full Time; Salaried; Exempt
Directly Supervises: None
Date Last Updated: March 9, 2022
Current Incumbent: To be hired

 

Purpose of the Position:
The purpose of this position is to support oral health initiatives in New Hampshire and Vermont. The person in this role provides oral health workforce development, research, grant tracking, coalition support, and policy work in the area of oral health. This role includes a focus on engaging stakeholders within New Hampshire and Vermont and at the federal level, such as consumer advocates, community organizations, health care
professionals, researchers and insurers to promote access to oral health.

 

General Description:
Under the supervision of the Program Manager, Workforce and in accordance with Bi-State policies and procedures, the Oral Health Project Coordinator is responsible for conducting all day-to-day project activities. Activities include: participate in stakeholder policy meetings; attend and coordinate project management meetings; facilitate the execution and ongoing management of identified subrecipients and contractors to support the implementation of oral health workforce projects; coordinate oral health initiatives in New Hampshire and Vermont; and review and research oral health policy proposals.
Bi-State is an equal opportunity employer, willing to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. Employees who require accommodation to perform the essential functions and requirements of their positions should address questions or concerns with Human Resources.

 

Essential Duties:
1. Develop, implement, and coordinate grants and projects related to oral health.
2. Establish relationships with project partners, subrecipients, and contractors.
3. Serve as the key contact for subrecipients and contractors, monitor performance and provide technical assistance, feedback, and support as needed to assure performance goals are met.
4. Research and develop knowledgebase and resources, as appropriate, related to best practices and workforce models that enhance the delivery and integration of oral health and dental care with other services in health centers and community-based settings.
5. Prepare, disseminate, and present information to members and stakeholders about oral health workforce projects and results; use judgement to determine most effective methods for dissemination.
6. Identify, recommend, and cultivate collaborating partners to enhance oral health initiatives.
7. Lead and support peer-to-peer member networking committees as assigned.
8. Develop protocols and tracking tools for oral health projects, as needed.
9. Support the Program Manager, Workforce and Senior Director, Workforce Development & Recruitment to track and monitor project budget expenses on an ongoing basis. This includes analyzing and reporting on monthly budget variances.
10. Prepare and coordinate internal and external reporting in accordance with organizational needs and grant requirements.
11. Attend Bi-State’s scheduled All Staff meetings, as well as other meetings as appropriate and as requested.
12. Maintain positive internal and external communication with Bi-State’s staff, members, and Board of Directors.
13. Actively serve as an ambassador from Bi-State to the community, building collaborative connections, and looking for opportunities to increase income for the organization. In coordination with your supervisor, identify, cultivate, solicit, and provide stewardship to potential and current donors and sponsors; develop opportunities for fee-for-service consulting; write grants; promote the group purchasing program; and look for opportunities to attract new members and strengthen relationships with existing members.
14. Practice compliance with all applicable state and federal laws regarding Protected Health Information and Protected Personal Information data privacy, protection, and storage.
15. Understand the mission and vision of the organization.
16. Live the values of the organization: learning, integrity, responsiveness, and respect.
17. Other duties as assigned by your supervisor and/or the President and Chief Executive Officer and/or the Vice President of Policy and Strategy.

 

Qualifications:
Knowledge/Degree/License Requirements:
1. Four-year baccalaureate degree is preferred.
2. Experience in workforce planning and development in community-based settings preferred.
3. Knowledge of oral health and provider certification and training programs and/or recruitment and retention strategies is preferred.
4. Three-to-five years of relevant experience.
5. Grant management experience preferred.
6. Valid United States driver’s license.
Skills Requirements:
1. Possess strong oral and written communication skills, including meeting facilitation.
2. Possess strong computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and ability to use Bi-State systems.
3. Possess strong interpersonal skills to effectively work with the membership and public.
4. High level of independence and motivation and excellent judgment required as the incumbent will regularly exercise independent discretion.
5. Possess negotiation skills.
6. Ability to manage large projects/grants.
7. Ability to work independently and demonstrate flexibility.
8. Ability to work with multiple tasks simultaneously.
9. Ability to produce accurate, timely written reports using organizational systems.
10. Ability to meet deadlines.
11. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
12. Ability to understand and follow complex instructions.
13. Ability to respond appropriately and professionally to staff and members of the public in person, in written communication and on the phone.
14. Ability to interpret data and apply, as needed, to varying uses, such as grant application guidelines.
15. Ability to work well in fast-paced environment, juggle many priorities and handle stress in a professional and positive manner.

 

Physical Requirements:
1. Most time spent sitting, with up to one-third (1/3) of time walking or standing. There are no restrictions on ability to interrupt periods of sitting.
2. Minimal lifting.

 

Working/Environment Conditions:
1. Climate-controlled office (when working on-site)
2. Quiet work environment
Machines/Equipment/Tools Used:
1. Computer
2. Telephone
3. Copy machine
4. Automobile

 

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Interested and qualified applicants with a passion for mission-driven work please send a resume and cover letter with salary expectations to employment@bistatepca.org.

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