We're Hiring!

Development Officer

We are looking for a Development Officer to work with internal and external stakeholders, draft proposals for our executive team and speak knowledgeably about HEAL’s work from an equity perspective. This position will research and implement outreach strategies, create documents and correspondence as well as provide back end support for the program. Additional duties include but are not limited to support/preparation for conferences, prioritizing high level meetings for the co-founders, and assist with calendar management/scheduling. You can view the full description here and apply here. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at healinfo@ucsf.edu.

Navajo Nation Program Coordinator

We are recruiting a full-time Project Coordinator to join our dynamic team. The Coordinator will provide a variety of administrative and programmatic support activities related to HEAL’s upcoming Southwest Indigenous Leadership Program, to HEAL’s Navajo Nation Senior Advisor; and to ongoing global health initiatives occurring within the Southwest. This is a unique chance to be part of a vibrant and growing Global Health team. This position can be based anywhere, with significant in person work in and around Navajo Nation. You can view the full description here and apply here. Please send any questions to admin@healinitiative.org.

UCSF HEAL Hospitalist Social Medicine Clinician-Educator

We are seeking a hospitalist deeply committed to health equity and global health to join the HEAL Initiative team. This full-time hire will split their time working with the UCSF Division of Hospital Medicine, a Navajo Nation Health Center, and the HEAL Team.  The ideal candidate will bring lived experience from an underserved community to the practice and teaching of social medicine. 

The role includes:

  • Direct clinical care in Navajo Nation (20%) 
  • Leadership in medical education at HEAL, an innovative and established Global Health program (20%)
  • Clinical Faculty position at UCSF (60%)

This new position is an incredible opportunity for someone with lived experience from an underrepresented community to combine a clinician educator role and direct care role with supported time for global health programmatic work through HEAL and direct service work in Navajo Nation.

HEAL believes in creating a diverse community and strongly encourages Black, Diné, Indigenous, and POC candidates to apply.

 You can read the full job description here (link). If interested, apply here. Please send any questions to healinfo@ucsf.edu.

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