We are looking for a Coordinator to work with us in advancing equitable upstream, community prevention to achieve health, safety and wellbeing. Qualified candidates will be knowledgeable about what determines community health, safety and wellbeing, and what it takes to build partnerships to effectively advance health equity. This position includes responsibility for project coordination and supervision; helping to advance innovation, practice, policy, and momentum for prevention and health equity; partnership engagement; and supporting shared responsibilities across the organization.
Positions available at Prevention Institute
The Program Assistant position supports projects, policy and systems change, and organizational operations. This position is ideal for people who are interested in exploring the field of public health, and particularly for those who are interested in supporting community-driven prevention efforts to advance health equity and racial justice. This support position has been designed for people early in their careers specifically to support the work of the organization while providing exposure to prevention practice, advocacy and policy, including the field of public health.
We are looking for a Manager who can advance health, safety and wellbeing efforts toward upstream, community-level and equity-oriented approaches. This position includes responsibility for project leadership and supervision; advancing innovation, practice, policy, and momentum for prevention and health equity; partnership engagement; and shared responsibilities across the organization.
Positions available at partner organizations
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is recruiting an experienced, visionary executive. Closing date: 10/16
The Alliance for Community Transit - Los Angeles (ACT-LA) is seeking a Senior Advocacy Manager to join a small, high capacity team. A successful Manager has strong leadership and project management abilities, excellent coalition management skills, and a proven track record of winning concrete policy change with and for communities of color and low-income communities.
The Policy Manager will be responsible for working with the CEJA Policy & Political Director, staff and members to advance a policy agenda that is centered on key environmental justice and social justice issues affecting California's low-income communities and communities of color. The focus will be on the California Legislature and budget advocacy, but may also include administrative advocacy.
The CARESTAR Foundation seeks a dynamic, experienced Communications Director (CD)who is inspired by being a part of a movement to innovate first response and make dramatic improvements to often overlooked part of our health care landscape.