Greetings!
MPHA is excited to announce that we are seeking a full-time Development Director and a part-time Central & Western MA Campaign CoordinatorIn addition, we are accepting applications for our fall student internship, which is a volunteer position.
 
The Development Director is responsible for the development and implementation of annual fundraising plans to assure that MPHA has the resources to pursue its mission by focusing on growing MPHA’s individual and organizational membership, producing inspiring fundraising events, and developing a strategy to engage major donors. This position is also responsible for developing event-related marketing materials, membership materials, and other forms of communication related to fundraising efforts. For a complete job description, click here.
 
The Central & Western MA Campaign Coordinator will be part of an MPHA-based team leading the Transit Justice & Stable Neighborhoods campaign, a joint 5-year project with Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) Massachusetts. The organizer will develop relationships with community-based organizations, local leaders and decision-makers in Worcester and Springfield to advance a policy platform driven by low-income residents and residents of color. For a complete job description, click here.
 
The student intern will play an important role in policy analysis, research, writing, and advocacy on MPHA policy priorities. This unpaid position is open to graduate students in public health, social work, communications or related fields (advanced undergraduate students with relevant experience may be considered). The minimum time commitment required is 16-20 hours per week during the fall semester (September-December). Preference is given to students available for both the fall and spring semesters. To learn more, click here.
 
MPHA is an equal opportunity employer committed to a workplace that reflects the diversity of the people of Massachusetts, including populations most impacted by health inequities. We are also a small, collegial team that depends on a wide variety of experience and skills to do our work. We strongly encourage people of color to apply. 
 
Please help us find great candidates by forwarding this email to your networks, sharing on your social media, or reaching out to someone you think would be a good fit and encouraging them to apply.

Thanks for your help in our search for new members of the MPHA Team!
Gratefully,
Carlene Pavlos
Executive Director
Massachusetts Public Health Association
Massachusetts Public Health Association