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Employment Opportunities (Updated September 15, 2014)

Currently the GFHC has one open position we are seeking qualified, career minded individuals for.

Greater Flint Health Coalition 


Greater Flint Health Coalition is seeking an Assistant Project Manager to join our team in Flint, MI to work in a fast-paced, but rewarding collaborative environment. You will have the opportunity to use your public health, health behavior, health care, and community-focused education and knowledge to improve the factors that affect health by working with multi-sector leaders on multiple health improvement projects and tasks centered in health behavior improvement, prevention, and children's health and wellness.

As an Assistant Project Manager in our Health Improvement area, your primary focus will be assisting the coordination of multi-sector committees, task forces, and collaborative projects designed to improve the factors that affect health, with an emphasis on improving the health behaviors of adults and children in community-based, school, and workplace settings. As a full-time Assistant Project Manager, this exciting position and your specific projects, tasks, and responsibilities will evolve over time.

Greater Flint Health Coalition serves as the neutral convener and backbone organization for public health and healthcare collaboration between Flint & Genesee County hospitals, physicians, insurers, businesses, government, public health, schools and colleges, nonprofits, and citizens. We work to improve the health status of area residents, and improve the quality and cost effectiveness of the healthcare systems in our community.


  • Plan, manage, and execute multi-sector health & wellness and public health projects in support of cross-functional teams composed of area leaders from hospitals, physicians, insurers, businesses, government, public health, schools, colleges, nonprofits, and the community at-large.
  • Provide committee and task force staffing, ensuring responsiveness to partner requirements, inputs, and concerns. Collaborative process includes timely material preparation, agenda development, minutes, program/grant development, workplan execution, and the completion of required committee follow up resulting from consensus decision making.
  • Engage residents, businesses, schools, and community-based organizations in health and wellness activities, events, and programs.
  • Manage project timelines, activities, documentation, and deliverables while maintaining alignment with multi-sector partner objectives and grant / project workplan requirements.
  • Collect and analyze data to inform community needs and project outcomes; assist with planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs; prepare reports and share best practices with multi-sector stakeholders.
Successful candidate profile:
  • Bachelors Degree in health or related field; Masters degree (MPH, MHSA, or MS) is a plus.
  • Experience and a passion for population health, health & wellness, and/or healthcare projects that seek to build alignment amongst multi-sector organizations in a collaborative, team-oriented style.
  • Experience creating and managing workplans and time-sensitive deliverables and deadlines.
  • Characteristics required for thinking strategically, innovating, and engaging multi-sector stakeholders in a manner that builds alignment and creates measureable improvement in project metrics.
  • Ability to integrate a diverse skill set (technical, analytical, theory, research, relationship building) to improve individual and community health status.
  • Interest in “big” picture health care or public health issues.
  • Mastery of computer/software applications, including Microsoft Office Suite – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills and an ability to present self in a courteous, tactful, and professional manner.
  • Considerate, attentive, and punctual.
  • Motivated (career-oriented, not seeking “just a job”).

Salary & Benefits:
Greater Flint Health Coalition’s collaborative work environment emphasizes teamwork, personal commitment, integrity, and success. In addition to the meaningful and groundbreaking work to improve health on a community-wide level, GFHC offers a competitive salary and exceptional benefit package with opportunities for progressive responsibility and compensation advancement. Benefit package includes paid time off, medical, vision, and dental benefits plus life & disability coverage paid 100% by employer for employee, 403b (5% employer contribution), and much more. 

About Greater Flint Health Coalition:
Greater Flint Health Coalition is a non-profit collective impact organization comprised of hospitals, physicians, insurers, businesses, public health, government, labor, educators, community-based organizations, and local residents. Since 1996, GFHC’s mission is to improve the health status of the residents of Genesee County, and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the healthcare delivery system in Genesee County. Our staff members are experts in the variety of factors that affect health of individuals and the community at-large, working to create and promote programs, strategies, data tools, and aligned community environments that lead to health improvement and accessible, high quality healthcare service in Flint & Genesee County, MI. For more information on the GFHC and our work, please visit our website 

To apply:
Send (1) resume, (2) cover letter (addressing how you meet required qualifications), and (3) salary history by email or letter, as follows:


Greater Flint Health Coalition
Attn:  Human Resources
519 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 306
Flint, Michigan 48502