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Bilingual Program Manager – Health Initiatives for Hispanic Community

Proposal Due By: January 20, 2024, or until the position is filled.

Richmond, Virginia and Remote (Hybrid) | Part-time

Job Description:

La Casa de la Salud is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Bilingual Program Manager to lead multiple health programs aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles within the Hispanic community. The focus of these programs includes the prevention and control of infectious and chronic diseases, as well as wellness promotion. This role is vital for developing and managing programs that engage, educate, and motivate the community towards health and wellbeing.



1. Program Management and Development:

Lead the planning, implementation, and evaluation of health programs.

Develop strategies to effectively reach the target population.

Ensure alignment of programs with strategic plans, current health guidelines, and best practices.

Create and deliver educational workshops and materials in Spanish and English.

Write grant proposals for program funding.

2. Team Leadership and Support:

Oversee team recruitment and development.

Lead and motivate the team to provide high-quality services.

Encourage professional development opportunities for the team.

3. Monitoring and Reporting:

Track program progress and provide regular reports to stakeholders.

Assess program effectiveness and make data-driven adjustments.

4. Stakeholder Collaboration:

Collaborate with healthcare providers, nonprofits, and government agencies to develop and enhance programs.

Represent the organization and advocate for community health needs.


Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in public health, community health, health administration, or related field.

Fluency in English and Spanish, with strong communication skills in both languages.

Minimum 3 years of experience in program management, preferably in health-related fields.

Proven leadership and team motivation skills.

Experience in multicultural environments.

Strong communication, organizational, and project management skills.

Familiarity with the Hispanic community’s cultural and health needs.

Proficiency in Microsoft Office and data analysis tools.



Competitive compensation.

Flexible part-time work (average 25 hours/week).

Remote work opportunity.

Weekly team meetings in Richmond.

Professional development opportunities.


Recruitment Process:

This is an independent contractor position for an initial six-month term, with potential renewal based on performance.