Massachusetts Public Health Association

Category: Job & Volunteer Opportunities

Job Posting for Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA): Development Director

The Development Director works with the Executive Director and the management team in carrying out the mission of the organization, and in close collaboration with the Executive Director and Board members to achieve CISA’s fundraising goals.

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Job Posting for the City of Newton Department of Health and Human Resources: Deputy Commissioner

The Deputy Commissioner of Health and Human Services is a key voice of public health for the entire City of Newton (population of approximately 90,000). Serving our diverse and engaged residents, the Deputy Commissioner works closely and in direct support of the Commissioner of Health and Human Service’s vision and supporting the overall operation of the Health and Human Services department.

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Job Posting for Berkshire Regional Planning Commission: 5 Full-Time Positions

The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission’s Public Health Program is hiring up to five new staff positions. They include:
• Planner and Senior Planner – Berkshire Opioid Addiction Prevention Collaborative (BOAPC)
• Planner and or Associate Planner – to support Community and Equity Projects
• Epidemiologist – to work on COVID mitigation, data management, and other community and equity building initiatives to improve public health outcomes in the county

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Job Posting for the Public Health Institute of Western Massachusetts: Director, Data to Policy Action

PHIWM, building on data and coordinating county-wide activities with a particular focus on communities with health inequities and working across multiple programs and across sectors of the entire community (community, health, faith, business, education, and social). In particular, the Director creates internal protocols, procedures, funding and teams that will catalyze community development and implement comprehensive plans to improve Public Health through data and policy action.

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Job Posting for the Health Equity Partnership of North Central Mass (CHNA9): Programs Director

and sustain initiatives that advance CHIP goals. This includes conducting outreach in North Central Mass communities to increase community awareness and engagement as well as establishing relationships with community-based organizations to promote collaboration and identify potential resources. The Programs Director will work with the Executive Director to implement public advocacy campaigns to mobilize members and supporters and will work to build and maintain coalitions with grassroots groups and advocacy organizations. This is a full time, exempt position requiring significant experience in community engagement, preferably in North Central Mass, and a deep understanding of equity at the individual, institutional, and structural levels. Salary range is $60,000-$70,000 commensurate with experience.

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Internship Posting for the Massachusetts Public Health Association: Spring 2022 Internship

Students will play an important role in policy analysis, research, writing, and advocacy on key MPHA policy priorities. Each student will act as the lead on one or more projects over the course of the semester(s), to be determined based on matching student interest and skills with organizational need. In addition, students will play a support role on other projects, working closely with MPHA staff.

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Job Posting for Northeastern University Bouve College of Health Sciences: Open Rank Teaching/Clinical Faculty

The Department of Health Sciences, in Bouvé College at Northeastern University, invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position devoted to Public Health Promotion and Evaluation. This is a 52-week appointment, renewable annually. Faculty title/rank is dependent upon experience and qualifications. The Department of Health Sciences is a CEPH accredited Public Health Program that offers a Bachelor of Science degree with over 700 undergraduate majors, as well as a Master of Public Health and a PhD in Population Health. The department also includes Master of Health Informatics and Master of Science in Exercise Sciences degree programs. This is a one-year appointment with the possibility of renewal. The earliest start date for this role is Spring 2022.

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Job Posting for the Merrimack Valley YMCA: Assistant Case Manager

he Merrimack Valley YMCA is seeking an Assistant Case Manager who will represent the YMCA personally, professionally and in a manner in accordance with the mission and goals of the YMCA and the SRO. The Assistant Case Manager is responsible for providing supportive services to YMCA SRO Residents in particular the SOS Program (Supportive Occupant Services) participants. Services include Section 8 subsidized housing assistance, advocacy, social skills workshops, substance abuse education, health education, on-site mental health and physical health professional visits, pre-employment readiness training, daily living skills training and support. This position is supervised by the Resident Case Manager. All Merrimack Valley YMCA staff will help champion a culture of service excellence and support and advocate the mission and values of the YMCA.

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Job Posting for Health Resources in Action: Managing Director of Racial Equity Grantmaking

HRiA seeks to hire a Managing Director of Racial Equity Grantmaking. This is a senior-level position within HRiA’s grantmaking cluster, reporting to the Vice President of Grantmaking, and working in close collaboration with other members of the Grantmaking Leadership Team including Managing Directors and The Medical Foundation’s Chief Science Officer.

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Job Posting for Worcester State University: Assistant or Associate Professor of Health Science

The Department of Health Sciences at Worcester State University invites applications for one full-time tenure track appointment at the rank of assistant or associate professor (rank commensurate with experience), specializing in Public Health with particular attention to Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Program Evaluation, and Public Health Research. The appointment begins on September 1, 2022. Service to the campus, community, and profession is expected, in addition to demonstrated teaching excellence and continuing scholarship.

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