The Senior Director, Public Health Transformation, will lead the Foundation’s work to spur, support, and influence the redesign of Missouri’s public health system. The Senior Director will draw on relationships with local and state public health leaders, knowledge of Missouri’s public health system, and national best practices to move Missouri toward a model public health system. The Senior Director, Public Health Transformation, is a time-limited position (estimated three years beginning early 2021) and will have significant autonomy over the design and execution of a strategy for achievement of anticipated outcomes.
- Design and implement an adaptive strategy that draws upon the full range of the Foundation’s change tools (e.g. research, policy, government relations, communications) to drive transformation of Missouri’s public health system.
- Cultivate relationships that build momentum and buy-in for transforming Missouri’s public health system and leverage those relationships to gain and sustain movement.
- Participate as a thought partner and expert consultant on Foundation’s cross-functional teams, identifying and advising on strategies for using a transformed public health system to forward the Foundation’s goals.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Minimum levels of education and experience.
- Education: Master’s degree in public health, health administration, or related field preferred.
- Experience: Senior-level experience (director) within a local public health or state health department (Missouri preferred). Knowledge of the Missouri public health landscape, including structure, financing, and applicable state and federal laws. Experience developing and managing complex, nonpartisan public health strategies.