HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER DIRECTOR

JOB DESCRIPTION | PUBLISHED JANUARY 18, 2017

OVERVIEW

SF Impact is a non-profit organization that exists to intervene on behalf of the people of the inner city of San Francisco. We ensure every decision keeps our pace, benefits our people, and helps track towards a single vision and strategic plan.


ROLE SUMMARY

The Health and Wellness Center Director is primarily responsible the growth of our health clinic and provide oversight of our clinic staff, students, volunteers, operations, and partnerships.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Clinic Growth & Financial Development

    • Develop and maintain clinic strategic plan and budget

    • Coordinate build-out of clinic on new site

    • Network with potential partners to establish the connection to primary care

    • Maintain presence and build relationships with the medical community of the Bay Area

    • Position clinic towards earned revenue for sustainable growth

    • Aggressively pursue grants that provide for the clinic

  • Recruit and Develop staff and volunteers

    • Ensure staff and volunteers are growing as leaders and hold them accountable

    • Assign appropriate roles for all service lines

    • Conduct SFCI tour for all new clinic volunteers prior to becoming involved in daily activities

  • Manage Daily Clinic Operations

    • Ensure clinic is adequately staffed, meet with staff & volunteers daily

    • Maintain certification and permits for clinic

    • Ensure appropriate operating systems are working and keeping pace with growth needs (i.e. inventory, electronic health records system, grant tracking, etc.)

    • Establish and maintain a positive work environment for staff, volunteers, & patients

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Love for Jesus and His Church

  • Agreement with the statement of faith, theology, and philosophy of SF City Impact

  • Character and lifestyle of a deacon as described in Scripture

  • Demonstrates integrity, truthfulness, and discretion

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively

  • Experience with management and leadership; demonstrates strength in leading peers

  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred

  • 5+ years in an operational role

SCHEDULE

Monday-Friday with flexibility to assist with special events and outreaches

HOURS

40 hours per week

Exempt

REPORTS TO

Operations Director

WORKS WITH

Staff, School of Ministry students, and volunteers