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Job Title: Director of Training and Technical Assistance
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Organization: Migrant Clinicians Network
Posted: 3/8/2024
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Health Education
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Remote,      USA
Compensation: Starting salary range is $75,000 to $95,000 and is commensurate with experience
Position Description: This Director position provides oversight of MCN’s bilingual continuing educational content for clinicians and community health workers and MCN’s training and technical assistance initiatives provided to community health centers, health departments, community-based organizations, government agencies and universities.

The Director is additionally responsible for: extensive networking and liaising with partner organizations; implementing and developing programmatic foundation and government grants; and supervision of all members of the education team.

Specific Responsibilities: 50% Program Oversight: Develop, implement and direct MCN’s educational, training and technical assistance efforts to ensure products are delivered with excellence, and objectives carried out with quality, on time and within budget. Oversee program budgets in coordination with MCN’s financial branch. Ensure effective rollout, implementation and evaluation of programs and initiatives. Ensure educational, training and technical assistance activities are efficiently documented. Contribute to required reporting processes. Establish and maintain communication mechanisms within MCN to ensure linkages and coordination of program efforts with other MCN activities.

15% Program Development and Opportunity Identification: Write grants and network with funders and partners to support and fund projects and salaries. Identify and pursue opportunities to foster new projects and funding sources.

15% Program Staffing: Manage a high performing team of employees (Project Associates, Project Coordinators, Program Managers, Sr. Program Managers), contractors and interns. Evaluate staff performance.

10% Subject Matter Expertise: Offer content expertise regarding migrant and immigrant health and clinical education.

Qualifications: A. Education. Master’s degree or advanced degree in nursing or medicine, public health, educational social work, public policy, international studies or other related field from an accredited college or university. B. Language. Oral and written fluency in both English and in Spanish. C. Experience. 10 years of project management, program development and supervisory experience required. Knowledge of migrant and immigrant health required. Experience with clinical continuing education, adult education, project evaluation and federal grant management strongly preferred. D. Computer Skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office 365. Overall comfort with virtual communication. E. Other skills. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills and organizational skills required. Must be able to manage multiple tasks and projects.

Organization Description: Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) is a leading health nonprofit building practical solutions at the intersection of migration, vulnerability, and health.

Working across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, MCN’s team brings health justice to migrant, asylum-seeking, immigrant, and other historically and socially marginalized communities. To do so, we provide education, resources, and technical assistance to the clinicians who serve those communities; we engage directly with migrant patients through our innovative virtual case management system, Health Network; and we advocate for the health needs of marginalized people.

Founded in 1984, MCN is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with offices in Chico, California; Salisbury, Maryland; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Our success lies in the perseverance, dedication and expertise of our team. MCN is well known for its strong internal culture and highly collaborative, supportive, and responsive staff, with a robust commitment to repairing relational harm and advancing DEIJ through internal committees and processes. Over 79% of MCN employees are bilingual or trilingual, and 82% belong to groups underrepresented in the biomedical, clinical, and behavioral sciences.

A cornerstone of MCN’s offerings to clinicians is our highly rated and effective education initiatives, offered virtually and in-person throughout the year, in English and Spanish, to thousands of clinicians in the United States and worldwide.

Closing Date: 6/8/2024
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Amy Liebman,  Director of Training and Technical Assistance
Contact Location:

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Contact Email: aliebman@migrantclinician.org
Web Address: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/06189ff0dd2d40928ca3a10c17399791
How to Apply: Complete MCN's application form and upload your resume and cover letter.

Visit: https://www.migrantclinician.org/career- opportunities for full job description and to learn more about MCN.

Additional Information: This position can be remote, but proximity to one of our offices in Northern California, Maryland, or Puerto Rico is preferred.

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