Program Manager, Training and Technical Assistance

  • Health Outreach Partners
  • Oakland, CA 94612
  • Mar 26, 2024
Full time Consulting Project Manager Public Health Bilingual Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description

Health Outreach Partners is seeking a full-time Program Manager, Training and Technical Assistance to join our team of socially-minded individuals fighting for increasing access to health care. This position will play a critical role in supporting and expanding our work on a broad range of projects that focus on health equity, leveraging collaborations and partnerships, and addressing the root causes of inequities, including structural racism and social determinants of health. The ideal candidate is a dynamic professional with training and technical assistance (T/TA) skills, works collaboratively on teams, and has a proven record of championing racial equity and social justice. 

 Roles and Responsibilities

The Program Manager, T/TA (PM) is primarily responsible for managing multiple projects simultaneously that uses a health equity lens on expanding and improving access to care at Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and other community-based organizations nationally. This position will create materials and conduct trainings and webinars, facilitate group discussions, conduct research, develop publications, assist with grant writing, present at conferences, collaborate with external partners and work closely with their team on other projects. They will also manage interactions with clients for various fee-based services. 

The PM reports to the Deputy Director( DD). The position is currently a hybrid of remote work and working in our downtown Oakland office, with at least two days/week working in the office with coworkers. 

Qualifications and Skills 

  • Demonstrated experience that advances racial justice and health equity. Coherent analysis of the root causes of health inequities, structural racism and violence, and implicit biases and their impact on BIPOC communities
  • Extensive experience providing training, facilitation, consultation, and/or other capacity building support
  • Strong facilitation and public speaking skills with the ability to read the audience and think on one’s feet 
  • At least 4 years of professional experience with program planning, implementation, and evaluation
  • Strong project management and organizational skills
  • Three years or more of experience in public health or a health-related field, to include health care administration, provision of health care or supportive services, outreach services, social work, or enabling services
  • Strong foundation in public health principles and methods
  • Experience working with under-resourced populations served by health centers, including BIPOC communities, farmworkers, individuals experiencing homelessness, immigrants, rural populations, low-income populations, older adults, and others
  • Experience in client management preferred
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to flex communication style to multiple environments
  • Excellent writing skills for a variety of audiences
  • Demonstrated experience with curriculum development, adult learning, and/or empowerment education methodologies
  • Direct experience with community health centers highly preferred
  • Master’s degree in Public Health, Social Work, Health Care Administration, Health Education, or related fields preferred. Bachelor’s degree in similar fields, plus professional experience will be considered
  • Additional preference may be given to applicants possessing one or more of the following skills:
    • Research experience, including qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis
    • Knowledge of health care reform and policy/advocacy experience
    • Knowledge of Medicaid/Medicare
    • Knowledge of COVID-19 impact on community health and the future of health care delivery
    • Spanish language competence or fluency

Salary and Benefits:

The starting salary range for this position is $66,000 to $71,000 DOE plus: 

  • Generous vacation, sick, and holiday leave
  • Health, Dental, and Life Insurance package
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Employer contribution to retirement plan after year one

 Who we are

HOP is a socially-conscious team who takes pride in working to promote quality, meaningful services to community-based organizations that aim to bring change and have a lasting impact. HOP’s approach is based on the understanding that our success as a team and organization is a collective one, consisting of everyone’s contribution and holding each other to high standards and accountability, while being supportive and having fun. Like all HOP staff, the PM must be able to effectively balance the challenges of working within a team setting and functioning independently. Most importantly, HOP encourages staff to lead a balanced professional and personal lifestyle and is continually working to build this through organizational self-care practices. 

HOP is constantly learning, evolving, and working to create a dynamic work culture and environment that consists of a multi-racial team inclusive of color, sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions, difference of abilities, creed, religion, age, or veteran status. Therefore, we strongly encourage applications from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) candidates. 


To Apply: please send your resume and cover letter to  Resumes without cover letters will not be considered.

Please no phone calls.

 Organization Overview

Health Outreach Partners (HOP) is a national, non-profit organization working to improve the quality of life of underserved populations by addressing issues of healthcare access, health equity, and social justice. HOP works directly with local, regional, and national organizations such as community health centers, free clinics, health departments, public hospitals, clinic consortia, and Primary Care Associations to improve community health outreach programs and services. To learn more, visit


Program Management, Project Management



$66,000 to $71,000 DOE