Who we are:

As our co-founders transitioned from military to civilian life, they encountered barriers and inefficiencies navigating the most basic health and social services. Together, they set out to improve that experience for others. Recognizing that social care is essential for better health outcomes, they embarked on a mission to connect people to the care they need, when they need it, in communities across the country. Unite Us has developed an intuitive and seamless technology solution that goes beyond the traditional referral method. We work side-by-side with local organizations, and track data and outcomes to build coordinated care networks that support all aspects of community health. Unite Us is boldly changing the nation’s care delivery system. If you want to do well and do good, join Unite Us– we can build healthier communities together.
 

About the Role

As a Community Engagement Manager you are passionate about the community you live in, understand its history, culture, and challenges, and want to make it healthier and more equitable for everyone. You will connect health and social care organizations to build a local network through our platform. As the face of Unite Us you will know what our platform can do, train others on how to use it, and answer questions on its effectiveness.

Every day you will work alongside community champions to drive the adoption of Unite Us by conducting outreach and hosting meetings in order to create new partnerships. To thrive in this role you must be a natural connector who is energized by the prospect of building relationships with local community-based organizations, non-profits, government agencies, and clinical providers.

What You’ll Do: 


  • Serve as a trusted partner to community based organizations by being an expert resource and an active listener who is continually engaged with user feedback
  • Utilize our team’s best practices and workflows while also bringing innovations and creative process improvements
  • Demonstrate and communicate how our product is helping communities

You’re a Great Fit for this Role If….

  • You have experience working in the health or human services field
  • You are a self-starter who is comfortable turning big ideas into actionable processes and project plans
  • You can read a room and tailor your message to a specific audience
  • When faced with a mix of fully vetted processes, partially developed ideas, and brand new situations, you’ll confront them and thrive

Environmental Job Requirements & Working Conditions: 


  • This position is based in Buffalo, NY or Syracuse, NY
  • This position includes 30% travel within your assigned region

 

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