AMCHP Opening: Women’s and Infant Health Intern
The Women’s and Infant Health Team seeks a graduate student intern for Spring 2013. The intern will work on a variety of projects and initiatives, and will also have an opportunity to work with other AMCHP program and policy staff on various crosscutting issues. The intern will support a variety of projects including the Optimizing Health Reform to Improve Birth Outcomes Action Learning Collaborative (ALC), Life Metrics Course Project, MCH Innovation Station, and a national scan of state level programs and policies addressing preconception health, among other initiatives. Responsibilities for these projects may include: maintaining files and archiving project records; supporting meetings and conferences; coordinating distance learning opportunities such as webinars; supporting data collection, analysis and reporting activities; attending meetings and conferences on behalf of AMCHP and maintaining relationships with our partners and members. For more information, click here.
AMCHP Opening: Organizational Performance & Member Services Intern
As a member of the Organizational Performance and Member Services team, the intern supports our member services and communications activities. The intern will assume responsibility for a wide range of projects and functions, requiring professionalism and task orientation. Principle duties include: compiling information on events and new publications for the member newsletter; layout of electronic newsletters using Microsoft Publisher and Adobe InDesign; updating newsletter web content and other as needed; working with the member services manager on membership campaigns, including dues renewals and member retention programs; assisting in managing the AMCHP member database, including updating AMCHP member information; and supporting member services, track new and retiring members, and coordinate production of member welcome packets, including membership cards. For more information, click here.
NFP Seeks Chief Operating Officer
The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is an evidence-based program that helps first-time mothers living in poverty achieve better birth outcomes, better child development, and greater self-sufficiency by partnering them with nurse home visitors through their children's second birthdays. The Chief Operating Officer (COO) reports to the CEO, is a key member of the NFP leadership team, and leads the Operations group, which consists of program development, nursing, program quality and information technology. The COO works collaboratively with leadership of all NFP departments and the NFP Board of Directors to steadily and rapidly bring the NFP program to more eligible families. This position is envisioned as critical to CEO succession planning. For more information, click here.
AMCHP CAREER CENTER
The Career Center is the premiere online job board for individuals seeking employment in Maternal and Child Health programs. Whether you are looking for an entry-level position or are a more seasoned professional looking for new opportunities, the AMCHP Career Center has great openings for great people! Searching our database is free and open to all job-seekers. AMCHP members receive a discount on job postings – so sign up today!