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The GHHI Social Innovation Specialist will be providing technical assistance to organizations around the country who are exploring pay for success or other innovative financing models. The successful candidate will be analyzing data from healthcare and housing entities, building the capacity of organizations to develop and implement outcomes-based services, analyzing the feasibility of potential PFS projects, constructing the financial model of transactions, and supporting partners as projects move toward implementation. The Social Innovation Specialist will be working with the GHHI team including the President/CEO and the Vice President of Policy and Innovation, other Specialists within the Department of Policy and Innovation, as well as vendors and project partners. The Specialist will be working with healthcare entities such as hospital systems, managed care organizations, state Medicaid programs, as well as social service providers like city housing programs and non-profits who provide home visiting services.
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 ideal candidate will serve as project liaison and local point person for a portfolio of GHHI sites and lead poisoning prevention initiatives around the country. This position will work with the leadership of the agencies, service providers and other local partners to lead and manage the development, implementation, and execution of a GHHI site work plan that accurately forecasts resource needs and aligns GHHI goals with standards, practices and principles to meet overall local objectives.
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.