Associate Director - Government Resource Center, Columbus, OH
Associate Director-GRC (Job Opening 427707) - Serves as the Associate Director for the Government Resource Center (GRC); consults with state government leaders, including cabinet directors, governors's office staff, and legislative leaders about research priorities and university lead projects related to state health policy; provides in-depth expertise in knowledge of operations of state health and human services agencies, health care finance, health care workforce development, and health care system operation and transformation; provides in-depth expertise and serves as principal investigator for sponsored projects related to maternity care, infant mortality, children's health, access to primary care, and public health; works with leaders and stakeholders to set goals, define priorities, and carry out short and long term planning processes; directs and oversees policy development and establishment in GRC program areas; collaborates with university departments with the development and implementation of health policy information dissemination strategies; identifies, develops and enhances relationship between GRC and the State of Ohioa??s Colleges of Medicine, Health and Social Sciences, Health Services Research, and Public Health; facilitates and oversees on-going collaboration among Ohioa??s colleges; collaborates with the GRC Director in establishing policy direction for the organization; plans, develops, and directs day to day administrative activities and business operations; directs and administers all fiscal and human resource functions at the center level including budget and staffing projections, budget administration, training, performance management and employee relations; works with managers to develop and set priorities around hiring and retention, career development, succession planning, and performance management; reviews and certifies financial plans; develops and negotiates program goals; collaborates in writing and submission of manuscripts and articles for publication and presentation.
Education and experience
Master's degree in health administration or an equivalent combination of education and experience required; considerable experience in program planning & administration required; considerable demonstrated success in progressively responsible management capacity including direct experience in supervision; strategic or long-range planning experience preferred; state-specific legislative, policymaking, and stakeholder engagement experience preferred. Requires successful completion of a background check. Qualified candidate may be requested to complete a pre-employment physical including a drug screen.