Community Health Center

Project Coordinator, Clinical Workforce Development - Middletown

5 days ago(12/12/2017 3:30 PM)
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Weitzman Research Institute (Research & Development)


Outstanding healthcare opportunity

Community Health Center, Inc. (CHC). CHC is one of the country’s most creative and dynamic providers of primary medical, dental and mental health services to the uninsured and underinsured. We are one of the leading health-care providers in the state of Connecticut, providing comprehensive primary care services in medicine, dentistry, and behavioral health. With more than 145,000 active patients, CHC is the health care home that works to keep our patients—and our communities—healthy. We go beyond the traditional health services to bring care wherever our patients and clients are, using innovative service delivery models and state of the art technology. We use the latest treatments and technologies within the Patient-Centered Medical Home Model (PCMH) to care for our growing patient base.

We also are engaged in practice transformation work around the country through our Weitzman Institute and three wholly owned affiliates: National Nurse Practitioner Residency and fellowship training Consortium, National Institute for the Advancement of Medical Assistants and the Community eConsult Network.


The Community Health Center, Inc. has been selected by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) to develop and implement a two year project focused on helping federally qualified health centers around the country develop and expand models of team based primary care, expand their capacity to provide education and training opportunities to students of the health professions, and implement new models of postgraduate training for nurse practitioners and clinical psychologists. 


The Project Coordinator for the Community Health Center, Inc. National Cooperative Agreement will devote his/her time and effort to supporting the activities of the Program staff in carrying out the goals, objectives, and activities of the work plan. These activities include outreach to the nation’s federally qualified health centers to enroll them in the activities of the NCA, educating/orienting/enrolling health centers in both webinars and learning collaboratives, providing support to the expert faculty in the development of materials and presentations to be delivered, and providing technical assistance to enrollees in accessing distance learning technologies used in the project.

  • This is a grant funded position that may have the potential of being extended into other CHC related projects – discuss these opportunities with CHC.




  • Support the Program Staff in carrying out the goals, objectives and activities of the workplan
  • Outreach to the nation’s federally qualified health centers to enroll them in NCA activities
  • Educating, orienting and enrolling health centers in NCA Activities such as learning collaboratives and webinars.
  • Provide support to the expert faculty in the development of materials and presentations to be delivered
  • Provide technical assistance to enrollees in access distance learning technologies used in the project.
  • Assist with all evaluation and data analysis of NCA activities.


Required Skills and Education

  • Successful candidates will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree
  • Must possess excellent technology  and communication skills, and be passionate about transforming primary care through innovative approaches to workforce development
  • Must have experience with data analysis.


Additional Responsibilites / Qualifications:

  • Public Speaking experience
  • Experience in meeting facilitation 
  • Proficient in Excel
  • Experience using distance learning technology such as Blackboard, Moodle, or Sharepoint. 



Bachelors (Required)

Work Experience
Project Management


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