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Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment (COPE) Program & Brigham and Women's Hospital

Program Coordinator, Cancer Program (Gallup, NM)

The Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment (COPE) Program, based in Gallup, New Mexico, is seeking a Program Coordinator for our Cancer Program. This individual will assist with completing program activities and deliverables, serve as a key communicator to stakeholders, and facilitate meetings and events. While reporting to the Cancer Program Manager, this position requires a high level of autonomy and discretion in program efforts, communication, and evaluation. Ideal candidates will have a Bachelors degree in a related field or equivalent experience, excellent interpersonal skills, and demonstrated competence in efficient organization, management of multiple responsibilities in a time-sensitive environment, and close attention to detail.

COPE is a community-based outreach program being carried out on Navajo Nation. COPE operates under the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Although COPE does not provide direct services to patients, COPE works directly with all Service Units of Navajo Nation, including more than 80 community health workers, 12 health facilities and hundreds of health providers.

This is a full-time position based in Gallup, New Mexico. For further information, please see the full job description and application instructions on the application page.

 

Integrate Health

Partnerships Manager (full time, NYC preferred)

Are you a bilingual (French/English), self-starter with development experience? Do you believe health is a human right? Do you have experience managing teams and setting and implementing strategy? If so, you may be our next Partnerships Manager and play an important role in growing a high-impact social justice organization. Your technical expertise, growth mindset, collaborative teamwork, high level of attention to detail, and clear communication skills will be critical to advancing the mission of Integrate Health to achieve universal health coverage. Join our team!

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Integrate Health

Communications Associate (full time, NYC preferred, Philadelphia may be considered)

Are you a bilingual (French/English), self-starter with a knack for creative writing? Do you excel at speech writing, blogging, and storytelling? Do you believe health is a human right? If so, you may be our next Communications Associate and play an important role in growing a high impact social justice organization. Join our Team!

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Integrate Health

Monitoring, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement Associate

Are you a bilingual (English/French) self-starter? Do you believe health is a human right? Are you passionate about leveraging data to drive improvements in primary health care systems? If so, you may be our next Monitoring, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement (MEQI) Associate and play an important role in growing a high-impact social justice organization. Reporting to the Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Quality Improvement in Togo, with a dotted line to the Managing Director of Integrate Health’s Community Health Systems Lab (CHSL, known as “chisel”), our integrated science and learning unit, and working closely with the MEQI and program teams, you will have the opportunity to use implementation science methodology to close the gap between evidence-based health approaches and implementation in real-world settings.  

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Integrate Health

Deputy Director, Community Health Systems Lab Job Description

Are you an experienced researcher with a passion for global health equity? Do you have experience analyzing population data sets and publishing high quality manuscripts? If so, you may be our next Deputy Director of the Community Health Systems Lab (CHSL) (or Director of Implementation Science Research). Reporting to the Chief Science Officer/Chief Operating Officer and working closely with senior staff in the US and Togo, you will have the opportunity to play an important role in growing a high-impact social justice organization. Your technical expertise, growth mindset,collaborative teamwork,high level of attention to detail,and clear communication skills will be critical to advancing the mission of Integrate Health to achieve universal health coverage

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SOIL Haiti

Development Director

SOIL is currently seeking a Development Director to serve as part of the executive leadership team at SOIL. The Development Director will be responsible for managing all development activities and associated staff. The primary responsibility of the Development Director is to ensure that SOIL’s activities are fully funded on an annual basis through a combination of individual giving, foundation grants and institutional funding. The Development Director will also be responsible for developing the annual strategy for the development team, supervising all development staff, and continuing to build the organizational operating reserve. As a nimble, fast-paced organization, SOIL is looking for a hard-working candidate that’s enthusiastic, creative, flexible, and committed to the mission of our organization and its success.

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