Massachusetts Public Health Association

Category: Job & Volunteer Opportunities


Job Posting for Greater Boston Food Bank: Training Manager

The Warehouse Training Manager develops and administers training programs, assesses training and development needs, creates training curriculum, training manuals, presents in-person training sessions, monitors training for effectiveness, works safely, and promotes work safety in a warehouse environment, meets all OSHA, State, Federal training and safety compliance regulations.

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Job Posting for Greater Boston Food Bank: Assistant Warehouse Manager

The Assistant Warehouse Manager is responsible for leadership of the warehousing team to timely, accurate, and efficient completion of its goals and objectives. Responsibilities include: safety, team training development, daily tactical planning and execution, budget attainment, and other duties which contribute to meeting our goals and the safe and effective growth of the organization. The assistant warehouse manager will be required to pick, ship, receive, and audit orders when necessary. Generally, the incumbent is expected to work four (4) days per week during the day starting between 6am and 8am and one (1) evening per week starting at approximately noon and be available on call approximately one weekend per month and work approximately one Saturday per month on a rotating schedule.

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Job Posting for Greater Boston Food Bank: Warehouse Associates

The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) is looking for Warehouse Associates to join our Operations Team. GBFB Warehouse Associates are responsible for safely performing material handling functions throughout our warehouse, including selection and order filling. You will have extensive personal contact with GBFB Team Members, volunteers, and external organization representatives. Each Associate is fully responsible for safety, cleanliness, inventory accuracy, and regulatory compliance in our facility.

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Job Posting for Health Leads: Director of Program (Boston)

The Director of Program develops and leads a range of initiatives and resources that enable healthcare and community stakeholders to improve community health by addressing essential resource needs required to support health equity throughout the Boston region and national projects as needed. The Director will apply their knowledge of essential resource integration with both healthcare and community stakeholders by executing on a range of programs and services focused on demonstrating and spreading learning or practices, or consulting.

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Job Posting for Project Bread: Nutrition Services Coordinator, Bilingual English-Spanish or English-Cape Verdean Creole

The Nutrition Services Coordinator will respond to referrals provided directly from Community Care Cooperative (C3) and their six health centers in Boston and the surrounding area. The Coordinator will develop service plans customized to meet the individual needs of the member so that they can access the healthy foods they need to best manage their health conditions. This position will primarily work with members remotely, but the role will include in-person visits on an as needed basis.  This position requires weekly offsite travel.

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Job Posting for Center for Surgery and Public Health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital: Project Manager/Grant Writer, Per Diem

In consultation with CSPH investigators, the Project Manager will assist in writing, reviewing, and revising proposals to federal, foundation, and other sources of funding. The Project Manager will work closely with program staff to submit funding proposals within strict grant guidelines and deadlines. He/she will research and draft persuasive, succinct research documents using statistics and correlate funding opportunities with Center needs. He/she will work with Principal Investigators to conceptualize and create diagrams, figures, and tables for proposals, manuscripts, abstracts, and other research deliverables.

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Job Posting for the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission: Public Health Planner

The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission (BRPC) serves as the regional planning agency for Berkshire County in Western Massachusetts, assisting the thirty-two Berkshire cities and towns. BRPC is seeking a full-time (35 hours/week) Public Health Planner to start immediately (July 1, 2020). This new position will provide support to multiple projects within the Public Health Program, with an emphasis on Emergency Preparedness, Opioid and other Substance Addiction and Misuse Prevention initiatives, and Policies, Systems and Environmental (PSE) Change through the Pittsfield Grey to Green project.

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Job Posting for MassHealth: Senior Healthcare Data Analyst

Massachusetts’ Office of Medicaid (MassHealth) is looking for an exceptional Senior Healthcare Data Analyst to join the Office of Analytics. The MassHealth Analytics team produces quantitative and qualitative analyses to inform business decisions at MassHealth. The selected candidate will report to the Manager of Analytics and will collaborate closely with other MassHealth units to identify and answer key analytic questions to inform agency policy and operations.

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Job Posting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Epidemiologist

The Office of Statistics and Evaluation within the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Bureau of Community Health and Prevention (BCHAP) is seeking an experienced Epidemiologist to be responsible for all evaluation, surveillance, data analysis, and research related to the Division of Community Health Planning and Engagement (CHPE) with a focus on evaluating their new inter-agency initiative MassUP (Moving Massachusetts Upstream) program.

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Job Posting for the Boston Public Health Commission: Executive Director

The Executive Director (ED) is the chief administrative and executive officer for the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC). The ED is responsible for the advancement, positioning and overall management of the Commission under the supervision of the Board of Health and in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Health & Human Services. The ideal candidate will be able to navigate the political context of the role to lead BPHC while addressing the major issues that impact the health of Bostonians with an emphasis on tackling health disparities and inequities.

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