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AMCHP Opening: Senior Program Manager, CYSHCN
The Senior Program Manager for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) is a member of the program team and contributes to the advancement of maternal and child health outcomes by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research and evaluation projects related to CYSHCN. General responsibilities include contributing to the development, implementation and evaluation of program activities related to children and youth with special health care needs, birth defects, and developmental disabilities, collaboration with advisory committee members, AMCHP members and staff; serving as a liaison to federal project officers; and project promotion. This position reports to the Associate Director, Child and Adolescent Health. For more information, click here.

AMCHP Opening: Program Associate, Child & Adolescent Health
The Project Associate, Child and Adolescent Health contributes to the advancement of MCH programs by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research and evaluation projects. This position supports and assists the child and adolescent health team in the development, implementation and evaluation of program activities related to MCH and CYSHCN, child health and adolescent health. This position also contributes to the collection of state best practices (Innovation Station), newsletter development, and implementation of communication strategies. This position reports to the Associate Director, Child and Adolescent Health. For more information, click here.

AMCHP Opening: Program Manager for Workforce & Leadership Development
The Program Manager for Workforce & Leadership Development is a member of the Programs Team and contributes to the advancement of maternal and child health programs by performing a variety of planning and program implementation, research, and evaluation projects related to workforce and leadership development. General responsibilities include project planning, coordination and evaluation; collaboration with advisory committee members, AMCHP members and staff on project activities; serving as liaison to federal project officers; and project promotion.This position contributes to major issues surrounding workforce and leadership development. The work involves partnership with fellow staff, participation in associated professional organizations and groups, and collaboration with member programs and funding agencies. This position reports to the Associate Director, MCH Leadership Development and Capacity Building. For more information, click here.

Oregon Health Authority Seeks MCH Director
The successful candidate for the Principal Executive/Manager G position will provide leadership for the Center for Prevention and Health Promotion and will positively contribute to the division leadership team. The successful candidate will manage the center and all staff and programs within the center, including the following sections: adolescent health; genetics and reproductive health; maternal and child health; women, infants and children; health promotion and chronic disease prevention; and the injury and violence prevention. The candidate will serve as principle investigator on federal grants, cooperative agreements, or projects along with representing the division on state and national tasks forces and committees. For more information, click here.

Louisiana Office of Public Health Hiring MCH Epidemiology/Surveillance Manager
The MCH Epidemiology/Surveillance Manager will be responsible for data collection and analysis, advanced data linkage, writing technical reports, as well as reports that are easy for the public to consume, creating power point presentations, creating and monitoring performance measures and supervising lower-level epidemiologists and data management staff in the Office of Public Health MCH Program. For more information, click here.

Northern Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center Seeks MCH Director
This position will provide current programs and staff with technical assistance, managing and overseeing special projects and assignments, evaluating program operations, identifying opportunities to develop and implement program process improvements and developing plans for implementing new MCH initiatives. The successful candidate will possess thorough knowledge of principles, standards, and intervention methodologies relating to implementation of MCH programs in tribal communities in the areas of MCH, preconception health, prevention of infant injuries, morbidity and mortality, and economic and sociological influences impacting health issues. For more information, click here.