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The Program Assistant a full time (40hrs/week) position that serves as a liaison between families and appropriate agencies as well as internal programs when seeking services and assistance. The Program Assistant will be expected to provide health education on environmental hazards that affect the family’s health and safety. The position will also participate in outreach events as a GHHI representative.
The Office Administrator will organize and coordinate office administration and procedures in order to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency and safety. The Office Administrator is responsible for developing intra-office communication protocols, streamlining administrative procedures, inventory control, and systems.
Responsibilities for the Family Advocacy Case Manager include counseling and assisting families facing lead, asthma, and other environmental health hazards to help those families achieve safe and stable housing. The Family Advocacy Case Manager will work to ensure that tenants’ rights are protected while lead hazards and other defects are corrected in their home. This position includes frequent home visits with families in Baltimore City and throughout the Baltimore Metro region, as well as occasional visits elsewhere in the State. If the best option for a lead-affected family is to relocate from the property, the Family Advocate Case Manager will work with the family to help facilitate that move and connect them with possible resources. The Family Advocate Case Manager will also serve as a liaison between lead affected families and appropriate agencies when seeking services and assistance.
The IT and Data Manager oversees GHHI IT and data collection systems for both the Maryland and National programs that includes Efforts to Outcomes (ETO). This position also develops, designs and presents relevant data reports in charts, graphs, and tables as well as designs relational databases for collecting data, building or designing data input or data collection screens. This positions also provides technical support and ad-hoc reporting needs to GHHI’s national sites who use ETO to collect data. In addition to data responsibilities, this person will assist in managing GHHI’s IT environment and will be the primary point of contact for GHHI’s third party IT service provider. The Incumbent will work under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief of Staff oversees the activities of the Executive Office and advances Green and Healthy Homes Initiative’s strategic goals. The selected candidate will assist the CEO with operational and strategic outcomes, and monitor tasks related to the execution and implementation of systems to sustain growth and effectiveness. He/she approaches the work with a cross-functional (department, organization, and community) mindset and assumes primary responsibility for select projects and initiatives as directed. The Chief of Staff serves as a trusted senior advisor to the CEO and represents her in high level meetings and discussions. He/she provides oversight on time sensitive issues and initiatives that include cross-functional, organizational, and community dimensions. The Chief of Staff is also responsible for building and sustaining an effective support structure for GHHI’s senior leadership team.
As a member of the GHHI Executive Team, the Vice President for Communications will design and ensure implementation of communications, public affairs, marketing, and branding strategies to support the organizational mission, goals and objectives of GHHI. The ideal candidate must possess exceptional leadership, management, communications skills, and a proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment as they will be responsible for successfully leveraging the full-range of strategic communications principles and practices to advancing GHHI’s messages, vision, and programs.
Priorities of the Communications Department will include raising awareness of GHHI initiatives, thought leadership, policy advocacy, partnerships, and stakeholder engagement to break the link between unhealthy housing and unhealthy families by creating and advocating for healthy, safe and energy efficient homes. Our vision is of a world where no child’s potential is limited by unhealthy housing conditions.
GHHI prides itself for having a long standing a long-standing and proven track record of delivering the highest quality of support, education, and advocacy for families most vulnerable to and effected by unhealthy and inefficient housing. GHHI believes that direct one-on-one education and home maintenance training is the most effective way to empower and support families who struggle from issues such as asthma, lead poisoning and high energy costs. The Senior Environmental Health Educator will work directly with families needing healthy home and energy efficiency services by helping families to navigate and apply for various housing rehab programs, provide thorough education sessions, and guide families in developing home maintenance action plans.
The National Program Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of the Campaign to End Lead Poisoning, including broad campaign strategy; hiring, training and managing staff; creating and executing the budget; coordinate with new and established partner organizations, and direct outreach to local and community-based leaders as well as families.
This dynamic full-time position is part of the GHHI Client Services Department Team that works GHHI sites, local GHHI Outcome Brokers and site leaders, and other local jurisdictions to advance the innovative GHHI model, lead poisoning prevention and healthy homes and create cross sector systems change.
The GHHI Outcome Broker will serve in a Project Manager capacity and will be responsible for ensuring the successful development and implementation of the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative at the Memphis-Shelby County site. The Outcome Broker will work closely with lead organizations and other required partner organizations and agencies to formulate and implement GHHI goals, objectives, and strategies. The stakeholders typically involved in GHHI sites are diverse and include municipal and state governments, local philanthropies, community based organizations, healthcare providers, utilities, weatherization, housing rehabilitation and lead remediation contractors, academia, and others. The Outcome Broker will work to ensure that partners most effectively coordinate and leverage their collective resources to ensure the success of the GHHI Memphis-Shelby County site. The GHHI Outcome Broker will be employed by the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative but will be stationed in the offices of a local Learning Network partner agency, which will serve as the local host organization for the position.
The GHHI Outcome Broker will serve in a Project Manager capacity and will be responsible for ensuring the successful development and implementation of the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative at the Lewiston-Auburn site. The Outcome Broker will work closely with lead organizations and other required partner organizations and agencies to formulate and implement GHHI goals, objectives, and strategies. The stakeholders typically involved in GHHI sites are diverse and include municipal and state governments, local philanthropies, community based organizations, healthcare providers, utilities, weatherization and lead remediation contractors, academia, and others. The Outcome Broker will work to ensure that partners most effectively coordinate and leverage their collective resources to ensure the success of the GHHI Lewiston-Auburn site. The Outcome Broker will be employed by the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative but will be stationed in the offices of local GHHI Lewiston-Auburn partner agency Healthy Androscoggin.
The Green and Healthy Homes Initaitive (GHHI) is looking for an impactful leader and experienced professional who can implement and oversee various direct service program operations in Maryland. The program mission of the organization is to create and advance access to healthy, lead safe and energy efficient homes for children and aging adults in Maryland.