The Office of Local and Regional Health seeks a passionate program coordinator, who has extensive experience in strategic planning, implementing performance standards, and developing organizational efficiencies.
The Performance Standards Coordinator supports the Office Local and Regional Health (OLRH) in its efforts to implement the goals and objectives outlined in the Blueprint for Public Health Excellence by the Special Commission on Local and Regional HealthRead More
Berkshire Regional Planning Commission’s (BRPC) Public Health program seeks a Project Specialist to provide environmental health inspections, support the inspectional services program, and help develop a new local Public Health Excellence Training Hub for Berkshire and Hampden Counties, Massachusetts. Inspection and Training Hub Specialists will help build the Training Hub program according to state standards and requirements and local needs. They will conduct public health inspections, work with two or more environmental health field trainers and mentors, and provide hands-on training and support for trainers and inspectors. Includes assisting with classroom trainings and contributing to a broad scope of dynamic and complex public health inspection and training programs in Berkshire and Hampden Counties, Massachusetts.Read More
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH), Office of Health Equity (OHE) is seeking a dynamic and self-motivated professional to coordinate the Office’s community engagement efforts as part of the Vaccine Equity Initiative team in the role of Health Equity Strategist. To support this goal, the incoming Health Equity Strategist will implement an integrated strategy of community engagement and technical assistance to priority communities related to the COVID-19 response and in support of eliminating health disparities.Read More
The Director of Shared Services for the Office of Local and Regional Health (OLRH) will support the OLRH Deputy Director in the implementation of the Special Commission on Local and Regional Public Health’s Blueprint for Public Health Excellence’s (Blueprint) recommendations. The Blueprint defines a detailed roadmap of recommendations to support and inform the development of a major statewide initiative to build a local public health infrastructure.Read More
The Director of Organizing will work with a team of Community Organizers, Program Coordinators and interns to build comprehensive and integrated community organizing campaigns. The Director of Organizing will establish systems and strategies to support each organizer and to further develop GreenRoots coordinated organizing efforts.Read More
The Executive Director provides the leadership of the organization and direction to promote independence, dignity and quality of life for individuals. The Executive Director leads the organization through programmatic, operational and financial oversight in accordance with the goals and values of the Board of Directors and organizational stakeholders. The Executive Director is responsible for building relationships and strengthening the LifePath mission within the community.Read More
The Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG) seeks an outgoing and experienced coalition coordinator to join our Emergency Preparedness Program and serve the work of the Western Massachusetts Health and Medical Coordinating Coalition (HMCC). As the sponsoring organization for the HMCC Program, the FRCOG coordinates public health and medical emergency preparedness and response activities for the four westernmost counties in Massachusetts.Read More
The Cooperative Public Health Service, a health district based at the Franklin Regional Council of Governments, in Greenfield, MA is seeking a full time Health Agent. Our innovative district helps to protect the health of 20,000 people in 15 rural towns, 12 of which are served by the Health Agents. Our new Health Agent will join a team of two public health nurses, a community health educator, and two other agents. This job is challenging and interesting, and involves working across our rural region with a wide variety of people as a resource person, educator, and code enforcement officerRead More
The Massachusetts Law Reform Institute (MLRI) seeks a dynamic, creative, and experienced advocate to develop and advance a statewide project to overcome access barriers to Medicaid and other public benefits and to address health-related needs for individuals returning to the community after incarceration.Read More
Reports to the Director of Intergovernmental Relations. Provides support to activities in the Executive Office, collaborating with staff throughout the bureaus and programs.Read More
You must be logged in to post a comment.