Location: CHA Cambridge Hospital
Work Days: Days. On call responsibilities
Category: Human and Social Services
Department: Doula Services
Job Type: PT20Plus HPW
Work Shift: Various Shifts
Union Name: Non Union
We are an OB/GYN practice with a multidisciplinary team including Doulas, providing care safely and compassionately for a diverse patient population with OB needs.
Under the supervision of the Senior Director, the Program Supervisor manages all daily staff, administrative, and program operations. S/he is responsible for the hiring, training, and ongoing supervision of all per diem doulas. S/he is the primary liaison between doulas and CHA staff as well as clients. S/he assists the senior director in the implementation and coordination of program development and quality assurance initiatives.
Works with Ob/Gyn leadership to monitor and ensure financial health of the program.
Reviews and approves payroll and travel reimbursement.
Manages referrals, assignments, database maintenance, and program materials for doula services.
Maintains data necessary to coordinate program finance, personnel, and administration.
Tracks monthly expenses. Processes program purchases.
Assists Director in development and implementation of infrastructure that promotes efficiency, accountability, performance improvement, and quality assurance.
Implements and coordinates performance improvement and quality assurance initiatives developed with department leadership. Client and doula contact for quality issues.
Coordinates staff meetings, events, conferences, and all continuing education.
Supervises all per diem doulas working on site and home visiting. This includes guidance and responsibility for multilingual, direct patient services, doula outreach, performance evaluations, as well as individual and team staff development.
Promotes cultural competence of doula services and CHA maternity care.
Maintains doula staff coverage. Coordinates recruitment, hiring, orientation, training, integration, and supervision of new doulas. Human resources liaison.
Collaborates with CHA clinical providers and staff in coordinating doula services and facilitates collaboration of doulas with CHA staff at all levels.
Represents the program at CHA and community meetings concerned with programservices and operations.
Ensures compliance with CHA organizational policies and regulatory agencies.
Performs other administrative, program, personnel and financial duties as needed.
Education/Training: Baccalaureate degree preferred. Equivalent work experience may be considered.
Certifications: Doula certification (to be defined)
Management and supervisory skills, minimum 2 years experience, preferably in health care setting.
Experience as a doula or clinical background in maternity care.
Relevant experience working with multicultural populations
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