Careers

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 and 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.

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Positions

  • The LEAH Project at Health Resources in Action AmeriCorps Massachusetts Promise Fellow

    The Leaders through Education, Action and Hope (LEAH) Project, a program of Health Resources in Action (HRiA), is a college access, job readiness, and youth development initiative that recruits, trains, and supports low-income, high school students of color in Boston Public Schools (BPS), known as “LEAH Mentors,” to teach science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) lessons and provide homework help to elementary school students. The LEAH Project’s mission is to cultivate the power of youth to transform their lives and communities through science, education, and service.

     

    The Fellow will lead and enhance the LEAH Project’s College Readiness Program (CRP), working directly and consistently with 25 youth (sophomores – seniors) throughout the year. Through the CRP, the Fellow will work to increase the college-readiness of LEAH Mentors including college visits, STEM Career nights, parent engagement events, college workshops, Mentor orientation training, weekly Mentor meetings, site visits, and individual meetings with Mentors.

  • Director of Development

    Play a leadership role in a dynamic public health organization. This position is an excellent opportunity for an experienced development professional to bring vision, knowledge, skills, innovative thinking, and experience to a growing and dynamic organization. The position affords the chance to work collaboratively with our senior staff and program directors to expand the breadth and impact of the organization by growing its development function.

  • Budget & Contracts Coordinator

    We are searching for a Budgets & Contracts Coordinator. This is an outstanding opportunity for a finance professional 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.

Internships

  • SCI AmeriCorps Volunteer Outreach Coordinator

    A program from Social Capital Inc. (SCI), SCI AmeriCorps increases volunteerism and providing leadership training and community service opportunities for youth. SCI AmeriCorps is now recruiting 25 full-time AmeriCorps members for positions at our partner sites across Eastern Massachusetts, spanning from Lawrence to Fall River.

    Boston Alliance for Community Health is a partner of Social Capital Inc. and the SCI AmeriCorps program. At Boston Alliance for Community

    Health we are looking for ONE member to serve as a Volunteer Outreach Coordinator.

  • Communications Summer Internship Position

    BACH is looking for an unpaid Communications Intern for the summer, beginning in June to the end of August (dates are flexible). The Intern would work 15 – 20 hours a week in BACH’s office. We’re looking for a creative person who will manage all of our communication needs.