Training and TA program manager

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Health Outreach Partners (HOP) is excited to announce an opening for a full-time Program Manager Training and Technical Assistance. This dynamic role is ideal for a professional passionate about promoting health equity and addressing the root causes of inequities, such as structural racism and social determinants of health. The successful candidate will manage various projects focused on expanding and improving access to care at Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and other community-based organizations nationwide. Key responsibilities include creating training materials, conducting webinars, facilitating group discussions, conducting research, developing publications, assisting with grant writing, and presenting at conferences. Additionally, this role involves collaborating with external partners and managing client interactions for various fee-based services. The position offers a hybrid work environment with remote options and an office in downtown Oakland.

The ideal candidate should demonstrate commitment to racial justice and health equity, strong project management skills, and at least four years of professional experience in public health or a related field. A strong foundation in public health principles and methods, experience working with under-resourced populations, and excellent communication and writing skills are essential. A Master’s degree in Public Health, Social Work, Health Care Administration, or a related field is preferred, but a Bachelor’s degree combined with professional experience will also be considered. Spanish language fluency is a plus. The position offers a competitive salary ranging from $66,000 to $71,000 DOE, along with benefits such as generous vacation and sick leave, health insurance, professional development opportunities, and a retirement plan contribution after one year. HOP encourages applications from diverse candidates, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to, noting that resumes without cover letters will not be considered.

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