Community Health Center

Program Director, Workforce Development - Fulltime- Middletown

Job Locations US-CT-Middletown
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/9/2018 4:26 PM)
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Weitzman Research Institute (Research & Development)


Community Health Center, Inc. (CHCI). CHC is one of the country’s most creative and dynamic providers of primary medical, dental and behavioral health services, and a leader in practice based research, health professionals training, and use of innovative technologies to advance health and health care.CHCI is designated as a federally qualified health center and a patient centered medical home by HRSA, the Joint Commission, and NCQA, respectively. WE deliver more than 500,000 patient visits per year from primary care hubs and community clinics across the state of Ct, all connected by technology and common standards for quality. We employ several hundred medical, dental, and behavioral health providers who are engaged in practice, teaching, and research. Our Weitzman Institute is devoted to research and practice transformation, and is recognized around the country as one of the premier research institutes focused on improving health care and health outcomes for special and vulnerable populations. In addition, the organization has developed three wholly owned subsidiaries from the original pilot developments within the Weitzman Institute, the National Nurse Practitioner Residency and Fellowship Training Consortium (NNPRFTC), the National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement, and the Community eConsult Network.National Nurse Practitioner Residency and fellowship training Consortium, National Institute for the Advancement of Medical Assistants and the Community eConsult Network.

If you are ready for a satisfying and rewarding career, join our team of diverse and motivated professionals at 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. CHC is building a world class primary health care system that is committed to caring for special populations, and that is focused on improving health outcomes for our patients as well as building healthy communities. 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 150,000 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.


The Community Health Center, Inc. has been selected by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) to develop and implement a three 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 programs.  The Project Director will lead the Center’s work in developing an innovative series of national webinars, as well as intensive learning collaboratives in each of the key areas that will lead the project to successful execution of its vision and objectives. 


This is a grant funded position.



  •  Develop an innovative series of national training webinars on clinical workforce development topics.
  • Lead and facilitate learning collaborative meetings that provide training and technical assistance to FQHCs around the country.
  • Provide outreach, trainings and presentations at national conferences.
  • Build and maintain national partnerships with other health centers and key organizations.
  • Manage all grant activity and reporting to funder (HRSA).
  • Supervise program staff (program coordinator and project consultants)






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