The Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) Coordinator will be responsible for developing goal templates, educational material, staff workflows, and training to elevate the Pear Suite platform and improve program effectiveness. The SDoH Coordinator will be provided with tools, resources, and support from executive leaders to increase subject-matter expertise, pilot new strategies, and develop key industry partnerships to boost usability. The SDoH coordinator will also support other strategic initiatives of the company to work towards the company’s mission and vision.
Work with internal and external stakeholders to address the social determinants of health for members, customers, and the communities that we serve
Integrate social determinants of health strategies into contracts, proposals, and workflows to advance platform effectiveness and reach
Coordinate with CBOs, local and state public health leaders, faith based institutions, non-profit organizations, and others
Identify community-based supports to meet member needs across the social determinants of health, including transportation, food insecurity, education, housing, and employment
Serve as a key knowledge source for community health and social services
Support workforce development through training on case management, motivational interviewing, culturally-appropriate health education, health coaching, etc.
Interest in serving under-resourced populations of diverse backgrounds, ages, and abilities
Demonstrated deep knowledge of health equity and community health
Demonstrated experience successfully writing and/or administering grants and proposals related to community health and health equity
Excellent communication skills; comfortable communicating by video conference and phone
Strong computer skills; ability to learn and operate web-based systems effectively
Confidentiality when dealing with confidential matters or sensitive subjects
Master’s degree in social work, public health, or related fields preferred
3-5 years of healthcare experience, particularly with social care
English language skills required