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Creating healthier communities together.

The Institute for Public Health Innovation focuses on improving health outcomes in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.

IPHI develops multi-sector partnerships and innovative solutions to improve the public’s health and well-being across the region. Our work strengthens health systems and policies, enhances conditions that promote health, and builds community capacity to ensure equitable health opportunities for all.

At IPHI, equity is a cornerstone and guiding principle of our organization’s public health approach. We strive to be an anti-racist/anti-oppressive organization and apply this principle in our work with communities and organizational partners and internally. We are committed to ensuring that equity is institutionalized within all programs, policies, and practices.

Join our award-winning team of public health experts and change agents to help transform health policies, access, and outcomes.

The program manager will focus on projects related to health and housing, workforce development and community health worker policy, equity, and partnership development through the convening of multi-sectoral partners to advance programs, policy, and systems change in the District of Columbia.

The senior program manager (SPM), food systems innovation, will manage our growing food systems portfolio, particularly in Prince George’s County, Maryland. This position will include providing managerial leadership for food equity programs launched by the Prince George’s County Food Equity Council and IPHI.

The senior evaluation manager will support information-based decision-making, measure and improve organizational and program performance, and foster evaluation business opportunities. This position will help build IPHI’s capacity to improve and communicate the effectiveness of public health programs.

The community health worker (CHW) trainer will join IPHI’s nationally recognized CHW training program. This position will implement core competency skills training, continuing education programs, and specialty training for CHWs, their supervisors, and team members.

The workforce development case manager (WDCM) will coach, mentor, and support IPHI’s new CHW Academy. The CHW Academy will strengthen the public health workforce, provide a supportive environment for CHW Scholars, and expand upon IPHI’s existing CHW training program.

The health equity trainer and technical assistance (TA) coordinator will join IPHI’s growing national health equity training and technical assistance portfolio. The position will be responsible for developing and delivering health equity and anti-racism training in person and virtually, responding to health equity-related technical assistance requests with external partners, and providing coordination and logistical support across trainings.

The Community Health Worker will serve as a frontline public health worker who is a trusted community member and closely understands the community served. This position will use his/her/their trusting relationships to serve as a liaison between health/social services to facilitate access to services and improve service delivery’s quality and cultural competence.

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