Massachusetts Public Health Association

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Job Posting for the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General: Project Manager

The AGO is seeking a highly motivated Project Manager for a unique position to lead its school-based initiative focused on substance use prevention and social emotional learning. The position will require working with a private foundation, Massachusetts schools and school districts, and statewide leaders.

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Job Posting for WalkBoston: Program Manager

WalkBoston is seeking a Program Manager to lead our statewide technical assistance programs that work to improve the safety and quality of the walking environment. Our programs are community-partnered and centered on making street-level changes and policy improvements that make walking safe and enjoyable for people of all ages, abilities, races, and incomes. Our programs describe the health, economic and community benefits of walking, and include walk audits that identify infrastructure deficiencies, recommend solutions, and build community support for walking. The Program Manager reports to the Executive Director.

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Job Posting for the Public Health Institute of Western Massachusetts: Finance/Contract Manager

The Finance/Contract Manager oversees the day-to-day financial operations of PHIWM. The role and responsibilities are financial and contract oversight with the aim at improving the overall performance and accountability of PHIWM programs. This position reports to the Executive Director, works directly with the Financial Coordinator, and with a 3rd party accounting firm.

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Job Posting for the Public Health Institute of Western MA: Senior Research Associate

The Public Health Institute of Western Massachusetts’ (PHIWM) Senior Research Associate (listed on Baystate Health website as “Community Health Planning/Research Consultant) is accountable for overseeing, developing, implementing, and conducting evaluation projects and providing evaluation technical assistance, as well as, conducting research and assessment projects; including assistance to subcontractors and community partners allied with PHIWM in these efforts. The evaluation projects will focus on a variety of types of project, including direct service programs, systems and policy change, and collective impact. The position will require expertise in evaluation planning and implementation, as well as, quantitative and qualitative assessment methods. The Senior Research Associate will cultivate and strengthen strategic community partnerships and alliances between local, regional, and state-level coalitions and advocacy organizations; community-based nonprofit corporations; and business, social, educational, and health entities. The Senior Research Associate will work with community partners to create a consensus around healthy community goals and prevention efforts.

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Internship Posting for the Massachusetts Public Health Association: Fall 2021 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 Commonwealth Medicine – UMass Medical School: Policy Analyst

Under the general direction of an Associate, Senior Associate or Principal, the Policy Analyst – MHE is responsible for supporting the policy, writing and research activities by identifying, obtaining, organizing and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data, reviewing academic and professional literature, and gathering information from multiple sources on the costs, utilization, quality and access to health care and human services. This will include support of policy development, analysis, evaluation, and contract management of MassHealth initiatives related to addressing social determinants of health for the MassHealth population.

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Job Posting for City of Melrose: Health Director for Melrose & Wakefield

The Health Director administers the overall operations of the Melrose Health Department, oversees the enforcement of state and local public health laws, ordinances and regulations and works with the community to address public health issues.

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Job Posting for City of Melrose: Public Health Nurse, Melrose and Wakefield

The Public Health Nurse’s function is to improve the health of the community using knowledge from professional nursing theories and public health sciences. The primary concerns are the health promotion and education, communicable disease monitoring and follow up, duties as required by state law, and clinical evaluations.

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Danvers Public Schools: DanversCARES Director

DanversCARES is a dynamic community partnership that supports youth and families in making healthy decisions. DanversCARES is a program of the town of Danvers, managed through the school department. The DanversCARES Director will work collaboratively with school and town staff and community partners to plan, facilitate and evaluate proven prevention strategies.

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Job Posting for Boston Public Health Commission: Training Manager for the Capacity Building and Training Initiative

As a member of the Division of Violence Prevention’s Capacity Building and Training Initiative, the Training Manager will work as part of a team and in collaboration with BPHC and community partners to build capacity, improve quality, and spread and sustain trauma-informed and equitable systems and violence prevention efforts in the City of Boston. The Training Manager will be responsible for designing curriculum, facilitating trainings to diverse audiences of residents and providers, supporting trauma-informed and equitable organizational change initiatives, including evaluation. The Training Manager will also be
lead on coordinating logistics and follow-up for the Initiative’s core training institutes for providers on topics including trauma/resilience, racial justice/health equity, and domestic, sexual and community violence. The Training Manager is a member of the Division of Violence Prevention at the Boston Public Health Commission. They will report to the Director of Capacity Building and Training and work closely with the Neighborhood Trauma Team Network, the Family Justice Center, as well as other DVP programs.

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