PROJECT MANAGER HEALTHCARE CAREER PATHWAYS PROJECT - DISTRICT (#4824)

Espanola Public Schools ( learn more )

Fairview, New Mexico ( map )

Job Details

  • Job ID: 3700691
  • Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
  • Posted : October 18, 2021
  • Starting Date: Immediately

Job Description




















Title: 


Project Manager Healthcare Career Pathways Project



Work Unit/Location: 


Española Valley High School, EPS Educational Service Center, Remote



Reports to: 


Deputy Superintendent,


High School Principal



Contract Length:  


2021-2022 SY



Pay Schedule: 


Professional Services Contract



Overtime Status: 


N/A



Hours:  As necessary to complete the scope of work



Union Status: 


N/A



Licensure: 


N/A



 


 


Summary of Duties and Responsibilities:


The Española Healthcare Career Pathways Project (EHCPP) Manager is responsible for the development of a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) Program and a Medical Assistant Certificate (MAC) Program (collectively, “Pathway Programs'') at Española Valley High School and Northern New Mexico College with the first CPT cohort starting in either the Spring or Fall, 2022 Semester in accordance with the mission and goals of the EHCPP partnership comprised of Espanola Public Schools, Española Valley High School, Northern New Mexico College and Presbyterian Española Hospital (collectively, the “Partners''). The EHCPP project manager will be responsible for completing the scope of work outlined below, including developing and managing budgets and operating plans for the EHCPP Pathway Programs and writing funding proposals that support development and guarantee uninterrupted implementation of these programs.


 


Scope of Work Phase I (November 1, 2021 – February 28, 2022):


  • Build a project management plan with key deadlines/milestones of each institution including short-term and long-term goals, objectives and activities to initiate and sustain these Pathway Programs
  • Develop an evaluation plan to assess program strengths and outcomes and identify areas for improvement
  • Ensure short-term and long-term goals, objectives and activities are accomplished according to one-year timeline
  • Meet regularly with stakeholders to seek input, share progress, and troubleshoot challenges
  • Identify the financial gaps in the Partner institutions to develop and implement the healthcare career pathways
  • Identify potential funding sources, create funding applications for and secure funds to implement the CPT program
  • Research feasibility/best approach of creating stand-alone courses versus Certificate programs 
  • Research, select and develop or purchase a Certified Phlebotomy Technician curriculum (including course syllabi) or, if preferable to the Partners, recommend a consultant to create the curriculum
  • Consult regularly with the NNMC NHS Department Chair about all regulations and deadlines pertaining to higher education and health sciences relevant to developing and implementing the Pathway Programs
  • Develop contacts and relationships with local healthcare career pathway program sites and models 
  • Map current Partner resources to support the Pathway Programs
  • Outreach and engage Nursing and Allied Health partners and procure letters of support for funding applications
  • Coordinate efforts of Espanola Valley High School (EVHS) and Northern New Mexico College (NNMC) to ensure and align scheduling of the pathway courses
  • Liaison with NNMC on processes, protocols, deadlines as well as to support identification of faculty/ courses tailored to high school students
  • Become familiar with all the policies related to dual credit to facilitate the collaboration with the dual credit coordinator
  • Use labor market information and employer input to contribute to program decisions and design

Prepare and guide EVHS to become a HOSA eligible institution


  • Develop a budget and operating plan for these programs for SY 21/22 Spring Semester and SY22/23 Fall Semester
  • Prepare and initiate transition to Phase II of the EHCPP

 


 


Deliverables Phase I


  • Completed project management plan with:
    • key deadlines/milestones of each institution including short-term and long-term goals, objectives and activities to initiate and sustain these Pathway Programs;
    • an evaluation plan to assess program strengths and outcomes and identify areas for improvement;
    • spreadsheets and accompanying narrative descriptions of financial gaps among the Partners to develop and implement the Pathway Programs;
    • an assessment of the feasibility/best approach of creating stand-alone courses versus Certificate programs
    • a list and description of all regulations and deadlines pertaining to higher education and health sciences relevant to developing and implementing the Pathway Programs; 
    • the names and contact information for regional healthcare career pathway program sites and models;
    • a list of the Partners’ existing resources relevant to the project;
    • a description and graphic depiction of the aligned pathway course scheduling at both Española Valley High School and Northern New Mexico College;
    • a list and description of the processes, protocols, deadlines and potential faculty/ courses at Northern New Mexico College tailored to high school students;
    • a list and description of labor market information and employer input to contribute to program decisions and design;
    • a list and description of all the policies related to dual credit to facilitate the collaboration with the dual credit coordinator and 
    • a budget and operating plan for these programs for SY 21/22 Spring Semester and SY22/23 Fall Semester
  • Certified Phlebotomy Technician curriculum (including course syllabi) purchased or developed or, if preferable to the Partners, consultant identified to create the curriculum
  • At least four funding applications submitted to support the project;
  • At least 10 letters of support received from Nursing and Allied Health partners to support funding applications for the Pathway Programs; 
  • Summaries of at least 20 individual stakeholder meetings; 
  • Participation in four monthly meeting of the Partners;
  • Notes summarizing at least three meetings per month with each of the Partners as well as with the LANL Foundation on processes, protocols, deadlines and identification of faculty/ courses tailored to high school students;
  • Application submitted and other steps completed for Española Valley High School to become a HOSA eligible institution and
  • A final report summarizing accomplishments through the contract.

 


Education/Training/Experience:


Minimum Preferred:  


  • Bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in healthcare related field
  • Experience in building career pathways and academic programs at secondary and post-secondary levels
  • Experience in program management
  • Stakeholder management skills
  • Computer competency

 


Knowledge/Skills and Abilities: 


  • Computer competency
  • Curriculum planning and design
  • Higher education/public education systems
  • Technical/Grant writing

 


Terms of Employment:


Professional Services Contract as defined by the scope of work; $47,000.00


 


District Contact:


Refer questions regarding the scope of work, position, etc. via phone or email to:


Martina Tapia, Deputy Superintendent


Española Public Schools


martina.tapia@k12espanola.org


505-901-7065


 


Evaluation:


Performance of this position will be evaluated on completion of scope of work in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Contracted Personnel.

  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Positions Available: 1
  • Job Categories : Administrator > Director/Coordinator/Manager
    Administrator > Vocational/Career Education
    Classroom Teacher > Health
  • Job Requirements

    • No experience required

    Contact Information

    • Beverly Coffeen
    • 714 Calle Don Diego
    • Espanola, New Mexico 87531

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