Central and Western Massachusetts Campaign Coordinator Application Process

Central and Western Massachusetts Campaign Coordinator Application Process

The Massachusetts Public Health Association (MPHA) is seeking a Central and Western MA Campaign Coordinator to support an MPHA-based team leading the Transit Justice & Stable Neighborhoods campaign, a joint 5-year project with Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) Massachusetts.

We are happy about your interest in this position.  To complete your application, please fill in the information below, attach a resume and cover letter describing your interest in the position, and hit “submit.”


The system will confirm your application was submitted.  No calls please.


This position will remain open until a final applicant is selected.

 

Note:  MPHA’s success depends on our small but excellent staff and our ability to work as a team.  We believe that our future success will depend upon a diversity of lived experiences and talents as we strive for greater health equity in Massachusetts.  Racial equity is a core component of our work and therefore we are particularly focused on recruiting and retaining a racially diverse staff.  For that reason, we ask that you complete the demographic information requested below.

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