The purpose of this role is to increase awareness and visibility of the Central Ohio Diabetes Association (CODA) and our diabetes programs in Ohio, including building relationships with healthcare providers (endocrinologists and primary care physician practices), as well as with other non-profit and for-profit entities that serve the population living with diabetes.
“An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer”
JOB CLASSIFICATION: Outreach Manager
STATUS: Full-time (40 hours a week)
LOCATION OF WORK: 1699 W. Mound Street — CODA — Columbus, OH
REPORTS TO: Central Ohio Diabetes Association Director
POSITION SUMMARY: The purpose of this role is to increase awareness and visibility of the Central Ohio Diabetes Association (CODA) and our diabetes programs in Ohio, including building relationships with healthcare providers (endocrinologists and primary care physician practices), as well as with other non-profit and for-profit entities that serve the population living with diabetes.
Most important activities of this position include:
- Become primary relationship manager with key healthcare providers in Ohio
- Suggest, implement and evaluate programs needed by parents of children with diabetes or adults with diabetes
- Support camp program in Assistant Camp Director role – work under the direction of the Camp Director to ensure CODA’s Camp Hamwi program is successful each year.
Work requires attention to detail, strong writing, and communication skills, knowledge of diabetes programming and best practices. This position heavily supports director’s goals, program special events, and key partner development. This position requires a professional demeanor at all times to project a positive image that is crucial to the success of the Agency. Work performed in this position will be of a professional and confidential nature. Work requires an understanding of general office practices and an understanding of the inner workings of the Agency, its programs, and fiscal status. It also requires performing multiple tasks with multiple deadlines.
Work requires a current knowledge of diabetes healthcare programs as well as the needs of individuals and families living with diabetes. This position has constant contact with the public, CODA board members and LifeCare Alliance employees and volunteers. The Outreach Manager must be able to conduct Agency business in a variety of public and private settings, including public speaking settings and must be able to handle multiple tasks and stressful situations while maintaining a professional and ethical demeanor at all times. A positive and cooperative image is crucial for this position.
This position will accomplish its goals through development of active volunteers – individuals willing to work one-on-one or in committees – who understand and agree to support CODA goals and are willing to bring their skills and knowledge to work for CODA.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years’ experience in a non-profit agency. Knowledge of diabetes and programming activities required. Must have valid Ohio driver’s license; vehicle available for work use and adequate auto insurance.