Kaiser Permanente Northwest Fellowship program - Mitch Greenlick Administrative Fellowship

Mitch Greenlick Administrative Fellowship (in Dental Research and Public Policy)

Essential Functions:

Fellows are full-time, contributing participants in the operational activities for Health Plan, Care Delivery, Research, and Policy/Community Benefit. Fellows will:

• Assist in staff and preparation for select committees and meetings.
• Meet with key leaders and front line clinical staff.
• Participate in community engagement events and legislative activities.
• Lead coordination effort for design and planning activities including help with strategy development.
• Project plans with key issues, barriers, approaches, performance metrics and evaluation.
• Agenda creation, meeting facilitation, issues tracking, status reporting, documentation
management and event planning.
Ensure implementation by timeline by developing and overseeing project management and

tracking tools to track action items, issues, risks and decisions, status reports and time lines.
• Coordinate necessary communications, help identify stakeholder audiences, and ensure those stakeholders are informed.
• Complete a written final project.
• Present final project to program leadership and staff.
• Provide other technical and project support duties as assigned.

 

Due Date: 
Friday, September 30, 2016
Website: 
http:// jobs.kp.org.
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