The Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc., is an Equal

Fund for Public Health in New York
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Phone: (646) 710-4860 
Job Title:
DPHO PICH Partnership Coordinator
Fund for Public Health in New York - NYC Department of Health and Mental
Hygiene – Division of Prevention and Primary Care
Position Reports to:
Deputy Director in District Public Health Office, Center for Health Equity
The Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc. (FPHNY) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is
dedicated to the advancement of the health and well-being of all New Yorkers. To this end, in partnership
with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), FPHNY implements
programs to address pressing public health needs, fosters private sector support to enhance health and
health care, and helps educate the public regarding the protection of individual, family and community
The Fund for Public Health in New York seeks three (3) DPHO PICH Partnership Coordinators,
funded through the Partnership to Improve Community Health (PICH) grant from the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC). This grant supports an integrated set of complementary evidence-based
activities to bring about environment, program, and infrastructure changes to improve health outcomes by
preventing the leading causes of death and disability across the life span for all New Yorkers, particularly
those who experience disparities in health. The risk factors being addressed in this grant include
addressing poor nutrition and physical inactivity as well as reducing tobacco use and exposure to
secondhand smoke.
These three (3) positions will be housed within the newly created Center for Health Equity at the NYC
Health Department. One position will be in each DPHO: South Bronx, North and Central Brooklyn, and
East and Central Harlem. The Center is charged with working to combat the longstanding health
disparities seen in NYC’s poorest communities that bear a disproportionate burden of disease and
premature death. The Center expands access to care and addresses unequal economic, environmental and
social conditions that drive poor health by engaging with community-based organizations, institutions and
residents to ensure these perspectives are included in strategic plans, policies and implementation of
health initiatives.
This position is funded through September 29, 2017; position is contingent upon availability of
Federal funding and successful annual reapplication for funding.
The DPHO PICH Partnership Coordinator will provide coordination with community partners and DPHO
staff working on PICH projects including healthy eating, active living, and smoke-free housing. This
position will provide leadership for implementing PICH projects in coordination with the Partnership for
a Healthier New York City and the Borough Lead Organizations (BLOs).
 Execute the PICH grant deliverables to achieve the grant objectives in three areas: healthy eating,
active transportation and smoke-free housing.
 Serve as the lead for PICH projects within the DPHO and coordinate closely with DPHO staff to meet
grant deliverables.
Coordinate closely with the Partnership for a Healthier New York City’s Borough Lead Organizations
on joint campaigns and projects.
Manage implementation of PICH projects in the DPHO area through ongoing communication with
content experts in the Division of Prevention and Primary Care.
Coordinate closely with community partners for PICH-related projects and serve as a resource to
further joint goals.
Identify new potential partners in the DPHO areas and New York City and build productive working
Lead shared agenda setting and project planning for the DPHO work on PICH along with the Borough
Lead Organizations of the Partnership for a Healthier NYC
Implement strategies to achieve collective impact such as backbone support, ongoing communication,
and shared agenda and measurement setting.
Track and measure community engagement using grant tools for reporting and assessing impact.
Work with PICH grant leadership and management team and the CHE to ensure alignment on
communications and planning.
Connect PICH projects to other similar projects in the neighborhood (i.e., advocacy around healthy
food, healthy housing campaigns).
 Master’s degree with a specialization in an appropriate field of physical, biological, environmental or
social science, or public health
 3 years of full-time, satisfactory professional, technical or evaluation experience in one or more of the
following fields: program coordination, community outreach, administration, and/or data management
 A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college can be substituted for the Master’s degree along
with 2 additional years of full-time, satisfactory professional experience.
 Strong research and analytical skills
 Superior writing skills and the ability to communicate effectively
 Excellent attention to detail, organizational skills, and follow through
 Ability to be work independently, be flexible, and handle changing workload with multiple projects
and changing priorities
 Expertise in Microsoft Office programs (Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)
FPHNY offers a comprehensive benefits package. The salary range for this position is commensurate with
experience and is dependent upon experience and salary history.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to with “DPHO PICH Partnership
Coordinator_your name” in the subject line.
The Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages
a diverse pool of candidates to apply.