Texas Health Institute: Multiple Postings


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For more information regarding each opportunity, please visit THI’s Job Announcements website.


Texas Health Institute is seeking a director of evaluation to manage and administer the evaluation portfolio at the institute. This position requires strong research and evaluation skills including experience leading mixed-methods evaluations in applied public health research settings, excellent communication and presentation skills, and successful grant proposal writing and project management. Position located in Texas.


​Texas Health Institute is seeking a chief health equity officer to serve as an advisor, strategic leader, bridge builder, and partner to lead THI’s health equity commitment and strategy, and ensure the organization executes on its vision to ensure everyone has the opportunities they need, free from barriers, to pursue their best health. The chief health equity officer must be an inspiring, collaborative, and innovative leader with extensive data collection and analysis experience and outstanding management and development skills.


​Texas Health Institute is seeking a state teams coordinator to lead and provide support to the state teams for the Mountain States Regional Genetics Network project. This position will be contractual for 20 hours per month and may be virtual. The state teams coordinator must be organized, detail-minded, and flexible. The ideal candidate must have excellent computer, time management, and communication skills.
​Texas Health Institute is seeking a program officer to grow the reach and impact of our statewide collaborative initiative Texas Primary Care Consortium and lead health system transformation efforts for Texas Health Institute. This position requires a strategic, collaborative, innovative, and visionary leader with outstanding management and development skills. Position located in Texas.

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