Director of Operations
If you are bright, energetic and looking to advance your career, we want to talk to you. The Immunization Partnership has an opening for a senior level staff member to guide the day-to-day operations of the organization and to contribute to the strategic planning process, shaping the future of the organization. This is a key leadership role within a rapidly growing non-profit that will oversee projects based in community clinics, as well as community outreach efforts. The incumbent will also represent the organization with community partners and will work closely with the CEO and other senior staff to advance the organization’s mission and vision.
An advanced degree in Public Health, or related field is required with 5 to 7 years of experience in a project design, implementation and evaluation of quality improvement projects and educational campaigns. Must have a demonstrated track record in small non-profit management and operations as well as an innovative and adaptable ‘can-do’ attitude. The ideal candidate will possess poise and confidence and will be driven to attain measurable results.
Experience with immunizations, clinic operations, quality improvement projects or a child health program is a plus. Salary commensurate with experience; generous benefits package available.
Please send resumes to Cleo Frazier.
The Immunization Partnership is now hiring undergraduate and graduate-level interns for the summer of 2014 in Houston and Austin.
Communications Intern (Houston office)
TIP is looking for someone with education and/or background in communications and social media to assist with online communications. Duties will include posting on The Immunization Partnership's social media accounts, updating the organization's website and increasing engagement with online supporters. Internship will be 20 hours a week for 10 weeks. Hours and start date are flexible. This internship is paid.
Students seeking degrees in communications, journalism, public relations, marketing and/or health communications are strongly encouraged to apply. Experience in the area of public health is also a plus.
If interested, please send Robyn Correll Carlyle your resume and cover letter.
Public Health Advocate Intern (Austin office)
Under the supervision of the Director of Education and Advocacy, student will participate in advocacy, media, and coalition-based efforts related to immunization and vaccine-preventable disease prevention. Student will participate in data collection, entry and analysis, research, evaluation, program planning and development, media advocacy and community organizing activities. Student will work with a broad range of community leaders, school districts, elected officials, public sector staff, concerned residents and community-based organizations.
Minimum of 6 months is preferred. Schedule is flexible. 5-10 hours per week, depending upon need. This internship is paid.
Students seeking a graduate-level degree in the areas of public health, public policy, public affairs and/or administration are strongly encouraged to apply.
If interested, please send Lauren Holcomb your resume and cover letter.