Partnerships Senior Manager, Health Equity Institute, Center for Health Solutions, Deloitte Services LP

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Position Summary

Partnerships Senior Manager, Deloitte Health Equity Institute, Center for Health Solutions, Deloitte Services LP

Background:

Deloitte has launched a new social innovation organization called the Deloitte Health Equity Institute (DHEI). DHEI is a data-driven pro bono services, philanthropic, and knowledge development hub within Deloitte’s Center for Health Solutions. DHEI draws on Deloitte’s array of capabilities to activate health equity across the United States, helping to realize our firm’s Purpose by moving the field for public good and advancing equitable health outcomes at scale.

To achieve our aspiration, DHEI is focused on addressing three root causes that prevent equitable health outcomes: 1) Racism and bias inside and outside the health care system, 2) Deep inequities in non-medical Drivers of Health, and 3) Structural flaws in the health system. To drive change across the three root causes, DHEI is focused on activating key decision makers to accelerate change, strengthening local ecosystems to advance equitable communities, and driving health equity innovation and learning across the US.

Position:

The Health Equity Institute Senior Manager serves as the leader to health equity program and community partners, specifically applying Deloitte’s expertise and convening power to foster new partnerships and maintain relationships with existing partners, while acting as the champion for health equity analytics and insights as a strategic discipline within the institute to drive community impact

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead and manage third party partnerships team, guiding the development of clear hypotheses, actionable strategic and operational insights, and creation of deliverables to extend our impact
  • Drive DHEI’s long-term external collaboration / ecosystem strategy to intentionally engage the public, private and social sectors in key geographies
  • Ensure DHEI’s programs are reaching the intended audience, fulfilling the vision and driving impact
  • Partner across Deloitte to secure and manage funding for pro bono engagements, partnerships, and insight generation
  • Actively engage and manage internal stakeholders across the firm to promote buy in
  • Closely collaborate and provide direction to DHEI Marketing Manager to drive internal and external awareness of DHEI progress and impact
  • Oversee measurement and reporting of partnership outcomes, quantifying the impact made
  • Manage pro bono pipeline, ensuring resources and funding to support
  • Drive collaboration across the institute’s teams and with other stakeholder groups
  • Collaborate with DHEI Chief of Staff to manage the Institute’s full-time human resource needs including staffing for pro bono projects, talent management, etc.
  • Collaborate with DHEI Chief of Staff to provide coaching and oversee the professional development of team members

This role is evolving, and opportunities to expand responsibilities and take on more challenging tasks will be readily available. A high degree of flexibility and ability to handle ambiguity and changing priorities are required.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 8-10 years of professional experience, either functioning in a Consulting environment or managing teams in an Operating environment. In either scenario, experience focused on public health, health care systems / plans, community partnerships, life sciences and DEI
  • Track record of high performance; consultative and strategic mindset; ability to navigate ambiguous circumstances and complex structures
  • Commitment to bring an active anti-racist perspective and DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) lens
  • Deep understanding of health equity, social determinants of health and other social sector issues
  • Experience working with senior executives crafting and implementing strategies for growth and impact
  • Strong analytical, research and project management skills
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize activities and manage to aggressive deliverable due dates and workplan
  • Proven leadership and teaming skills
  • Bachelors degree required
  • Must be legally authorized to working in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future

Job Location:

Open – any US


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