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Public Health Management Corp
December 9, 2021
Centre Square East, 1500 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
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Job Category: Program Manager
Requisition Number: TCAPP004131


Posting Details

    • PostedNovember 24, 2021
  • Full-Time
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    Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA

Job Details


PHMC is proud to be a leader in public health. PHMC requires that all employees have received the first Covid-19 vaccination dose by the first day of employment. We will offer the Covid-19 vaccination at no cost, via our Health Centers.

The Program Manager in the Training & Capacity Building (TCAP) department is a full-time position responsible for implementing strategies and activities related to chronic disease management and prevention initiatives as a part of the TCAP team. The work of the TCAP department involves direct program service delivery to consumers; providing technical assistance and capacity-building to other organizations locally, regionally and statewide; advocating for policies and systems to support sustainability, access and utilization of programs and services across the Commonwealth.

While TCAP’s work spans multiple grants and contracts, it also aims to increase the diversity of funding streams and contribute to the growth, visibility and thought leadership of HPC within the division of Health Promotion Services at Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC). The TCAP Program Manager must be able to supervise new and experienced program coordinators and other assigned team members and interns, as well as manage multiple projects and deliverables simultaneously and in a timely fashion. The Program Manager is expected to increase community-clinical connections among a variety of partners from independent practitioners and entrepreneurs; community-based organizations; as well as health systems and health care providers; and  local and national professional, governmental and advocacy organizations. As with all positions, the TCAP Program Manager role is contingent upon funding. The Program Manager will report to the Director of Training and Capacity Building.


Program Management:

  • Provide daily management of program activities and staff.
  • Leads effective project management and planning to implement, track and report on deliverables as outlined in contracts for assigned grants.
  • Serve as primary point of contact for internal and external partners.
  • Develop, manage and maintain successful formal and informal partnerships related to grant deliverables and growth of the department and division.
  • Update and maintain a technical assistance delivery and tracking process.
  • Develop, implement and track marketing and promotion plans.
  • Develop, review, edit and disseminate promotional materials.
  • Operate, manage and troubleshoot a network referral hub.
  • Facilitate regular staff meetings with team and with funders, as assigned.
  • Ensure seamless end to end contracting and invoicing process with subcontracts and vendors with TCAP, Contracts and Operations and Fiscal teams.
  • Use data to identify target audiences, based upon funding guidance and requirements.
  • Develop meeting agendas and meeting minutes for internal use and external dissemination to HPC partners.


  • Supervises Program Coordinators, interns and volunteers and other staff as assigned.
  • Supports team in identifying opportunities, defining and meeting priorities, deadlines and resolving program challenges.
  • Works with Director to manage supervised staff transitions and hiring of new team members; trains and on-boards new team members.
  • Conducts regular team and one-on-one meetings to ensure assigned staff are supported in their assigned tasks, responsibilities, and personal and professional goals.
  • Completes assigned staff performance evaluations; approves staff time and PTO.
  • Formally communicates weekly with Director or assigned supervisor.
  • Collaboratively increases visibility and thought leadership through program publicity and drafting and submitting oral / poster presentation proposals to national, statewide and local public health conferences.
  • Works with HPC leadership team to seek, write, and submit funding proposals.
  • Works with collaboratively across PHMC to foster integration of programs and services.
  • Enforces agency policies and procedures.
  • Other relevant duties and opportunities as assigned


  • Able to lead and manage teams.
  • Strong knowledge, interest and demonstrated application of public health theories, principles and practices, especially in evidence-based program. Direct program delivery experience is preferred.
  • Strong problem solving, conflict resolution, time management, interpersonal and profession written and oral communication skills.
  • Skilled and proficient in creating presentations, technical papers, reports, partner communication, project work plans, marketing and promotion plans.
  • Strong ability to establish priorities, work in a team environment and independently and be accountable to meet and navigate competing priorities and deadlines.
  • Proficient in data collection and reporting.
  • Experienced in coordinating grant-funded programs.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Self-motivated, hard-working, and dependable, and thrives in a fast-paced environment.
  • Skilled in grant writing, preferred
  • Experience in monitoring budgets, preferred.

Expectations of employment:

  • Must have ability to work outside “normal business hours”; limited evenings and weekends may be required on a limited basis.
  • Must be willing to travel periodically throughout the year or about 10% of the time, locally, regionally, statewide and nationally.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, including: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and have an ability/desire to learn new software, as needed.
  • Must develop proficiency in social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter.


  • At least two years of experience supervising staff, implementing, managing and/or coordinating public health programs/activities.

Education Requirement:

  • Master’s Degree in public health, health policy, management, marketing, education, social work, organizational development and learning, or a related field of study required.


  • Commensurate with education and experience
  • Grade 19




       Masters or better.

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