Massachusetts Public Health Association

Category: Job & Volunteer Opportunities


Job Posting for Community Labor United: Senior Organizer

Community Labor United (CLU) is a partnership of organized labor and community-based social justice groups who have come together to address the growing gap between rich and poor by building a common vision and plan of action. Through strategic research, leadership development and organizing, CLU drives forward policies that promote equitable and sustainable communities in Greater Boston and throughout Massachusetts.

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Job posting for Community Labor United: Organizing Director

Community Labor United (CLU) convenes coalitions of community-based and labor organizations to drive strategic campaigns that protect and promote the interests of multi-racial working class communities in Greater Boston and across Massachusetts. Through collaborative research, leadership development, and coalition organizing, CLU works to unite our organizations and communities around a collective plan of action to advance a common vision and agenda for a just and sustainable future.

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Job posting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Health Data Grants & Administrative Coordinator

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH), Bureau of Community Health & Prevention (BCHAP) is seeking two dynamic self-motivated individuals to fill the role of Program Coordinators for the Office of Statistics and Evaluation (OSE). One selected candidate will provide program support for work related to overdose data surveillance. The other candidate will provide program support to the COVID-19 Community Impact Survey (CCIS). These persons should have excellent project management skills and a passion for addressing health equity in Massachusetts.

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Job posting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Sexual and Domestic Violence Epidemiologist

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH), Bureau of Community Health and Prevention and Office of Statistics and Evaluation (OSE) is seeking an early career epidemiologist to support sexual and intimate partner violence (a.k.a., domestic violence) services-related data efforts, including for both intervention and prevention services, in the Division of Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention and Services (DVSDVPS) at DPH.

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Job Posting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Community-Clinical Linkage Innovation Epidemiologist

The Epidemiologist will coordinate and guide all evaluation, surveillance, research, and data analysis support for the exciting, new Division of Community-based Prevention and Care (DCBPC) by providing data to inform strategic planning, needs assessment, resource deployment, coordinated communication, information dissemination, and cross-departmental initiatives. DCBPC includes asthma prevention and control programs, the Workforce Innovations Unit (including the Office of Oral Health, the Healthcare Workforce Team, the Office of Community Health Workers), and cancer initiatives.

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Job Posting for Health Resources in Action: Senior Manager, Health and Racial Equity

This person will play a key role in advancing HRiA’s health and racial equity work through capacity-building, community mobilization, and community power-building. This is an exciting opportunity to help build HRiA’s capacity to employ community engagement practices throughout the organization and to support the cluster’s projects and initiatives to improve public health and advance health and racial equity. The Senior Manager will have the potential to contribute to many public health projects at HRiA and be responsible for the design and delivery of a range of practices to engage with community members, local and state health departments and other government agencies, community-based organizations, advocates, and other stakeholders

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Job Posting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Community COVID Impact Study Epidemiologist

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH), Bureau of Community Health and Prevention and Office of Statistics and Evaluation (OSE) is seeking a senior epidemiologist to support pandemic and vaccine related health equity data efforts including the COVID-19 Community Impact Survey (CCIS). The CCIS survey was conducted to better understand the immediate and long-term health needs, including social and economic consequences facing the Commonwealth due to the pandemic. The epidemiologist will lead a team of epidemiologists and research analysts to analyze, interpret, and report on existing CCIS and related vaccine data along with other annual health equity related data collection. This data will help inform and prioritize resource deployment and policy actions. 

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Job Posting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Senior Drug Overdose Epidemiologist

The Department of Public Health (DPH) seeks to hire an experienced epidemiologist to serve as a member of the Injury Surveillance Program (ISP) in the Office of Statistics and Evaluation (OSE) within the Bureau of Community Health and Prevention (BCHAP). The incumbent in this position will provide statistical and analytical support to the Office of Statistics and Evaluation (OSE), supporting implementation of cross-cutting approaches to promote health and prevent and control chronic diseases and their risk factors; as well as providing some support to the Office of Health Equity (OHE) through statistical analysis of CLAS internal assessments.​The incumbent will focus on data related to drug overdose and will be responsible for data collection and analysis, database management, evaluation, report preparation, dissemination and provision of technical assistance to program staff and contracted agencies with the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS).

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Job Posting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Tribal and Indigenous Communities Health Equity Strategist

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) is seeking to hire a dynamic and self-motivated community engagement professional to join the Office of Health Equity as part of the Vaccine Equity Initiative Team. The incoming Tribal Communities Health Equity Strategist will provide strategic input and implementation support for population health initiatives meant to engage Tribal and Indigenous Peoples’ Communities through a racial and disability justice and intersectional lens. The Strategist will establish effective communication channels with regional stakeholders and community leaders within the priority population and coordinate initiatives that increase access to resources needed. They will seek solutions to barriers that prevent the priority population from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine and meeting other health-related social needs. The incumbent will bring strong expertise in community-centered engagement with experience partnering with community members, community-based organizations, and faith-based organizations to inform program design, implementation, and prioritization.

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Job Posting for Neighbor to Neighbor: Worcester Chapter Organizer

Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts (N2N-MA) is a member-led, community based, civic engagement organization dedicated to achieving economic and environmental justice. Racial and gender justice are at the heart of our mission and cuts across all our work. We have Chapters in Lynn, Springfield, Holyoke and Worcester.

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