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Whole Health Manager

Job Purpose

Manage the existing Whole Health clinics to maximum efficiency and effectiveness. Provide specific focus on enhancing health clinic training and developing new programs and new processes. Actively support the growth and execution of implementing additional health initiatives.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage and oversee all functions of health clinics and new health initiative planning activities, including, but not limited to:
    • Partnerships, volunteers, and hosting church relationships
    • Policies, procedures, designations, practices and manuals
    • Day to day upkeep, meetings, reports and improvements
  • With subject matter expert(s), cooperatively design, execute and support all health initiative reporting and monitoring of performance metrics
    • Implement steps necessary to make adjustments indicated by performance metrics
    • Research and implement best platform for churches to use for health initiative adoption
  • Ensure risk management, legal activities, medical insurance, and maintenance of Seed to Oaks’ (hereafter referred to as STO) are addressed timely, completely and correctly
  • Develop new health initiatives, along with user-friendly manual, tools, and practical helps
  • Develop, manage and oversee health education institute designed to equip churches to host health fairs or guest speakers with processes and timely topics in mental, physical and spiritual health
  • Prepare a plan for, and record, health clinic training for churches that are not able to visit a clinic
  • Develop scalable and sustainable infrastructure and systems (information technology included) to expand the capacity and number of health initiatives as demand continues to grow
  • Assist in recruiting new churches to implement Whole Health initiatives

Qualifications and Skills

  • Must have worked in a medical/clinical environment
  • Experience working in a volunteer management role in a socially responsible organization
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to the Vision and Mission of STO
  • Demonstrated success developing and monitoring partnerships that involve high levels of collaboration
  • Demonstrated skill and resourcefulness for organizational development, resource development, strategic planning, setting priorities and guiding investment in people and systems
  • Flexible and able to multi-task; can work within an ambiguous, fast-moving environment while also driving toward clarity and solutions/li>
  • Excellent people skills with an ability to partner with a dynamic leadership team

Type of Employment

  • Part-time
  • Expected hours up to 20 hours/week

Those who are qualified, please email resume to:

Kathy Chavez at