Health Resources in Action offers exciting, engaging, and challenging employment opportunities for researchers, facilitators, analysts, trainers, policy specialists, and more.
People come to HRiA because of our commitment to social justice and health equity, our wonderful clients and partners, and our dedicated and dynamic staff. People stay at HRIA because of our collaborative approach to problem solving, our friendly work environment, and our commitment to providing employees with challenging and exciting professional opportunities.
HRiA offers exceptional employee benefits that include a 35-hour work week; employer funded health, dental and life insurance; a retirement plan that includes an employer-funded tax-deferred annuity; generous vacation and sick time; and flexible work schedules.
Equity & Inclusion are core values of our organization. Our hiring and business practices appreciate the strengths offered through varied backgrounds. As public health practitioners with a social justice focus, we are committed to better understanding and learning from the institutional structures that create disparities among us and our work. We are actively seeking to build a diverse and experienced staff.
HRiA is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information.
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We are seeking a highly talented and experienced Senior Program Officer to support the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Prize program (the Prize) through collaborative strategic planning and visioning, recruitment of applicants, expanding Prize engagement, co-creating and implementing capacity building and training programs for Prize winners, building and sustaining coalitions and alliances for Prize communities, and supervision of Program Officers.
We are seeking a Systems & Operations Coordinator to maintain the organizational systems – in partnership with the Research and Evaluation staff – to facilitate the team’s overall success in serving communities and organizations.
We are seeking a highly talented and experienced Program Officer to join a vibrant and growing public health organization and support a grantmaking portfolio made up of two key programs, the Massachusetts Community Health and Healthy Aging Funds (the Funds), and the Community Grants Program (CGP).
We are seeking a Senior Scientific Advisor to serve as a key contributor on client engagement teams, working under the supervision of the Chief Science Officer or Biomedical Research Managing Director to lead specific project initiatives and develop work products such as reports and presentations.
We are seeking highly talented and experienced Program Officers to support the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Prize program (the Prize) through recruitment of applicants, expanding Prize engagement, co-creating and implementing capacity building and training programs for Prize winners, and building and sustaining coalitions and alliances for Prize communities.
We are seeking for a proven project manager to provide leadership and support the infrastructure of the HAVI.
We are seeking a Director of Community Violence Intervention Ecosystem for the HAVI to play a critical role in developing an infrastructure for collaborative training and technical assistance efforts and building communities of practice in a multitude of cities in the United States to reduce gun violence.
We are seeking an Administrative Coordinator to support the LEAH Project, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) youth-focused program.
This is an exciting opportunity to step into a dynamic role! We are seeking a Program Manager to join the Clearinghouse team and manage the day-to-day operation of the Clearinghouse program including maintaining the publication online catalog and order system, managing print production, and overseeing distribution of hundreds of publications for the MA Health Promotion Clearinghouse and other public health organizations.
We are seeking a full-time Project Manager for the Illinois Problem Gambling Helpline and Massachusetts Problem Gambling Helpline to be part of an organization committed to health and racial equity, and to bring that focus to developing and managing two recent, innovative helpline solutions.
We are seeking a Budget and Contracts Coordinator to work collaboratively with a range of administrative staff and learn about finance and accounting within a dynamic non-profit organization with over 200 staff.
We are seeking a Human Resources Manager to lead our organization’s professional development and talent management processes. This is a great opportunity for an energetic, friendly, and organized individual with a human resources generalist background. The ideal candidate is outgoing, a strong communicator, and comfortable working directly with a growing and diverse employee population. The position affords the chance to work collaboratively with a range of program and administrative staff and offers growth potential for an engaged, self-motivated professional.
We are seeking an Education Equity Advocate for CPLAN to brainstorm, plan, and manage activities to help the organization achieve its public relations goals and execute events/programs to meet the goals and objectives of the organization.
We are seeking two full-time Helpline Contact Center Supervisors to join our team on the Massachusetts Substance Use & Problem Gambling Helplines (MA Helpline), the Illinois Helpline for Opioids and Other Substances (IL Helpline), the Illinois Problem Gambling Helpline, and the Vermont Helplink (VT Helplink). This is an exciting opportunity to take on a newly developed position to support substance use treatment access across three states and supervise a diverse team of staff.
We are seeking a Senior Coordinator, Research & Evaluation to play a central role in coordinating and communicating with researchers and other stakeholders in the violence intervention community.
We are seeking a proven project manager to provide leadership and support to assist jurisdictional partners across the US to reduce violence within the Community Violence Intervention (CVI) Ecosystem Department at the HAVI.
We are seeking a Product Manager to be an essential part of HRiA’s substance use and gambling helplines portfolio.
We are seeking a Finance Associate with solid experience working with budgets and/or contracts to apply their knowledge and skills to a growing and dynamic organization. The position affords the chance to work collaboratively with a range of program and administrative staff and is a growth opportunity for an energetic, self-motivated professional.
We are seeking SIS for the MA Helplines, the IL Helplines, and VT Helplink. We refer to these projects collectively as “the Helplines.” SIS establish rapport with consumers who have substance use, gambling, or related concerns via the phone, text, & online chat, elicit relevant information to accurately assess needs, gather and record data, provide referrals to appropriate services, and support consumers by encouraging them to follow through with accessing the referred services.