This position provides support for TACHC’s Emergency Management Program (EMP) and training events for Health Center Staff associated with EMP and preparedness including assisting in planning trainings, exercise initiatives, and EMP projects, while fostering collaboration and coordination within and across other TACHC initiatives.
The Advocacy Program Director will be responsible for working one on one with health centers to develop and support advocacy efforts through cultivating relationships with elected officials and supporting health center advocacy priorities at the state and federal level. This position will also assist the Director of Policy and External Communications in developing messaging that will support community health center priorities and developing a robust network of health center advocates across Texas.
The TACHC ACS Fellow will liaison between TACHC and the American Cancer Society (ACS). In addition, the Fellow will provide training and technical assistance, including guidance for quality improvement projects and system improvement strategies that would assist ACS Health Center Grantees to meet project goals and objectives. Finally, the TACHC ACS Fellow, in coordination with the ACS-HPV lead staff, will work to plan and facilitate interactive, bi-monthly learning collaborative webinars and Project ECHO® sessions for the Quality Improvement Learning Collaborative for ACS Human Papillomavirus (HPV)-Cancer Free Texas.