Cultivate and formalize community partnerships (with hospitals, pediatric clinics, nonprofit organizations, funders, governmental entities) for the strategic implementation, development, and testing of TMW programs and delivery models.
Manage multi-year partnership projects to develop TMW Centerâ™s community-based saturation model (in Palm Beach, FL) and pediatric sector scaled delivery model (in Akron, OH).
Provide direct management to project leads and training and implementation teams.
Adapt delivery models to specific contexts to ensure program efficacy and data collection at scale and outside of tightly controlled trials
Embed implementation fidelity and best practices in all program delivery protocols and approaches.
Monitor implementation fidelity across all TMW Center program delivery, including developing metrics and structures to monitor and support partners.
Manage team to train and provide ongoing technical assistance for providers who deliver TMW Center programs.
Partner closely with Managing Director of Research + Innovation to ensure that learnings from the field inform analyses and further program/tool development AND that research findings inform program delivery.
Track grant metrics and contribute to relevant funding proposals and reports.
Plans and develops program objectives and/or content. Researches and identifies trends and needs and establishes program directions accordingly.
Develops and administers program budgets and recommends or makes budgetary recommendations.
Serves as a key resource for program information. Resolves problems or questions referred by program staff, University administrators, or other contingencies.
Performs other related work as needed.
Advanced degree in a related field.
Experience building complex and lasting partnerships across lines of difference.
Experience with delivery of evidence-based programs.
Experience with implementation fidelity/best practices in program delivery through teams.
Experience with researchâ”particularly applied, community-based research.
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