Program Manager Quality Innovation Grant

Quality Assurance Columbus, Ohio Dayton, Ohio


The Program Manager is responsible for coordinating the program, supervising program staff, and managing grant implementation. 



Essential functions of the job include, but are not limited to, supervising; relationship building; traveling; driving and having reliable transportation; utilizing a computer for typing; coordinating implementation of plan; utilizing a telephone; attending meetings; and presenting to small and large groups.



  • Plan, organize, supervise, provide quality assurance, and conduct process evaluation and outcome monitoring for the program activities
  • Supervise staff, including mentoring, coaching, conducting performance reviews, scheduling, and ensuring staff are performing job duties
  • Implement organizational assessment support for client self-management
  • Facilitate project implementation and partner meetings
  • Develop operating practices and procedures, train staff, develop collection methods, direct client interventions and monitor/assess implementation
  • Manage expenditures as described in the grant budget
  • Coordinate grant reporting
  • Participate in quality improvement efforts and technical assistance
  • Collect, analyze, and report data on program activities, including ensuring data is entered timely and accurately into the necessary data systems
  • Review and recommend potential resources which are culturally sensitive to the targeted community
  • Provide input and support to the program
  • Stay informed about current HIV/AIDS and mental health trends, developments, as well as evidence-based practices in integrated care.
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and other Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, program management, organizational psychology, or related field required; Master’s Degree in similar area preferred
  • Two to three years in project management required
  • Previous work in program evaluation and quality improvement required
  • Experience working with HIV or mental health preferred
  • Experience implementing evidence-based practices with fidelity to program models
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills a must
  • Must have sensitivity to, interest in and competence in cultural differences, HIV/AIDS, minority health, sexual practices, and a demonstrated competence and interest in working with persons of the transgender community or non-gender conforming community
  • Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications and other computer applications required 
  • Regular and predictable attendance is required
  • Must have reliable transportation and valid Ohio driver’s license.


Other Information:

Background and reference checks will be conducted.  Hours vary, including working some evenings and weekends based on workload.  Individuals are not considered applicants until they have been asked to visit for an interview and at that time complete an application for employment.  Completing the application does not guarantee employment.  In accordance with Equitas Health’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy, pre-employment drug testing will be administered.