Empower Every New Yorker — Without Exception — to Live the Healthiest Life Possible
NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. We provide essential outpatient, inpatient and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year across the city’s five boroughs. Our large health system consists of ambulatory centers, acute care centers, post-acute care/long-term care, rehabilitation programs, Home Care, and Correctional Health Services. Our diverse workforce is uniquely focused on empowering New Yorkers, without exception, to live the healthiest life possible.
1. A Baccalaureate Degree with a major in Public or Business Administration, and six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in areas relating to public administration and/or health care planning and administration, at least two years of which have been directly related to grants management and development within these fields; or,
2. A Master's Degree in related fields of study may be substituted for one year of experience; or,
3. An equivalent satisfactory combination of education, training and experience.
Preference will be given to those with:
- Five or more years of experience with grant writing and management in a healthcare, public health, government, , human services, academic research, or non-profit setting
- Experience with all aspects of the grant life cycle, including writing and submitting applications, developing and managing budgets, tracking deliverables, and overseeing reporting
- Demonstrated ability to identify and successfully apply for funding from a range of organizations
- Outstanding writing and communication skills
- Exceptional attention to detail
- Strong knowledge of accounting, budgeting, and finance, including use of Microsoft Office software
- Demonstrated ability to develop and manage multiple, diverse projects at once
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as collaboratively with internal and external partners
- Demonstrated interest/experience in population health improvement