Global to Local – Director of Programs

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Global to Local
2800 S 192nd St, Suite 104, SeaTac, WA 98188
Job Info
Job Status: Open
No of Vacancies: 1
Date Posted: October 11, 2017
Job Type: Full Time
Job Level: Top level
Years of Experience: 7
Salary Info
Salary Type: Min-Max
Salary: $60,000-$84,000
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Global to Local’s mission is to build on best practices from around the world to engage communities and institutions in a culture of health equity. We use innovative, holistic, and community-driven solutions to improve health outcomes for residents of South King County. Since launching in 2010, we’ve served more than 12,000 people in SeaTac and Tukwila.
Our organization is growing, and we are hiring our first-ever Director of Programs to oversee the strategic and operational management of our direct-service programs:

 Community Health Workers – CHWs are trusted community members trained as health workers who operate outside of clinics to provide culturally relevant education, referrals, and social support for health behaviors. The application for CHWs is endless; from exercise classes to financial management training, community health workers adapt to the needs of their communities.
 Connection Desk – Poor health outcomes in our communities are often caused by underlying social issues, but in a clinical setting doctors and nurses often don’t have the time or ability to address these issues. Connection Desks are physical spaces in primary care settings for people to get information and referrals to a wide variety of community and social service resources. These hubs bridge the gap between social and health services by connecting clients directly to services and resources that will better their health.
 Mobile Health – Our Mobile Health program addresses chronic disease management through the use of a custom mobile phone app coupled with culturally-sensitive remote case management as part of a patient’s established care plan. The app can be customized for weight loss, smoking cessation, diabetes management, and more.
 Leadership & Engagement – Trusted community members are trained as “Connectors” between local city government and under-represented communities. These leaders work directly with city staff to ensure that local government outreach and engagement efforts are equitable and inclusive.

Applications for this position will be accepted on a rolling basis. To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to No phone calls please.



Develop, execute, and monitor progress against an annual plan and budget for community programs, in collaboration with program staff and the G2L leadership team.  Work with program managers and other staff as needed to secure funding for new and/or existing programs. This may include grant writing, budget drafting, meeting with potential donors, etc.  Lead efforts to convene cross-sector partnerships with the goal of coordinating collective action that addresses community priorities.  Hire, train, supervise, evaluate, and provide a supportive and structured work environment for program staff.  Coordinate with Research staff on program monitoring, evaluation, and data collection. Oversee and supervise the accurate and efficient collection, compilation, and submission of all program data.  Cultivate and maintain strong relationships and partnerships with medical and social service providers; businesses; and community groups in South King County. Attend meetings as a representative of G2L, and convene partners to identify opportunities to collaborate.  Participate as a member of the Leadership Team to set organization-wide goals and steward workplace culture.  Coordinate with the Operations Manager to ensure the smooth and consistent implementation of policies and procedures, and to ensure that program budgets, expenses, and financial reports are accurate.  

Educational requirements:

Global to Local is dedicated to an equitable hiring process and recognizes the value of all forms of education and experience. We encourage qualified applicants to apply regardless of formal or informal education.  7+ years of professional experience in nonprofit program management, including at least 3 years of experience with program design and evaluation, is required. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in community engagement/organizing, workforce development, or experience working with communities of color.  3+ years of professional experience managing staff and fostering a positive working environment.  Deep understanding of health and social equity; commitment to fighting racism and other forms of oppression; ability to work successfully with multicultural communities. Preference may be given to candidates who are multilingual.  Familiarity with collective approaches to organizational and programmatic development.  Preference for candidates who are from South King County or a member of one of the communities that Global to Local serves. Our ideal candidate is familiar with the local issues, political landscape, and barriers to health in SeaTac and Tukwila.