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Skagit County Community Health Coordinator - Access to Care (Grant Funded) in Mount Vernon, Washington

***NOTE*** To be considered for this position, please apply at the Skagit County Job Opportunity site: position is 100% grant funded and contingent upon grant funding. In the event the grant funding is exhausted, this position may be reduced in hours or eliminated.The Community Health Coordinator is responsible for the planning, funding, and management of public health programs and services for children and adults in Skagit County. Under the framework of Foundational Public Health Services, incumbent builds capacity within the local community through active partnerships with a variety of community partners to improve health outcomes for strategically identified populations.Salary upon hire is step 1 through 3 ($31.19 to $33.41 per hour) for a Community Health Coordinator - Access to Care, dependent upon qualifications.Progressive increases are based upon years of service with Skagit County, up to step 10 total steps (top step $41.50). Community Health Coordinator - Access to Care is range 26 of the General Salary Schedule (Non-Rep).Essential Functions:Maintains daily responsibility for the administration and management of community health programs through assessment, policy development and assurance, under the direction of the Division Manager.Plans, organizes, and determines overall program mission, goals, objectives, core services and allocation of financial resources in alignment with strategic priorities of Public Health, Skagit County and the Foundational Public Health Services framework. Seeks opportunities for collective impact by coordinating work with the efforts of the Population Health Trust.Develops, implements, and/or contracts for programs and services that are evidence based, fiscally responsible, and culturally relevant for Skagit County residents.Fosters and supports role of assurer through outreach, education, facilitation, consultation and community planning. Convenes and facilitates planning efforts across systems to work in partnership to set shared goals and strategies to improve the health of the community. Provides training opportunities for community groups and providers to meet the changing needs of consumers and families.Embeds Foundational Public Health Services framework in decision making, planning, and outreach to effect system change in Skagit County. Provides ongoing education and outreach to staff, community organizations and providers to strengthen understanding and alignment for creating pathways for health improvement. Provides, linkage and system coordination to ensure full utilization of and access to publicly funded services.Utilizes a data driven approach to planning, program development, and decision-making using evidence based strategic planning methods as a method for identifying a process for achieving outcomes. Conducts on-going program evaluation and makes recommendations for improvement to accomplish goals.Negotiates contracts with County sub-contractors and provides management, oversight and program monitoring for projects funded through Skagit County. Conduct Requests for Proposal (RFP) processes as needed, and develop biennial program plans and budgets. Conducts on-site monitoring for contract compliance both legally and programmatically and for achievement of outcomes. Establishes continual technical assistance and in person training to our contracted providers and/or terms for corrective actions and enforces sanctions as necessary. Works cooperatively with community providers to improve and problem solve programming issues. .Supervises program staff, outlines work priorities and assignment, prov