Thank you for your interest in Bi-State Primary Care Association. We have three positions open at this time.
Bi-State Primary Care Association seeks a Project Coordinator in our Bow office to conduct activities related to building the capacity of community health centers to implement and integrate substance use disorder treatment, specifically Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), in their facilities. This includes working with health centers and other organizations and agencies in the state that are also working to build and strengthen capacity in this area.
The Project Coordinator will organize and conduct all aspects of Bi-State’s work with the health centers that are building MAT and Substance Use Disorder treatment capacity into integrated primary care settings. This includes identifying health center infrastructure needs to increase and enhance capacity to implement MAT and linking them with resources available through the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services and other contracted entities that are building a community of practice in the state and providing technical assistance and trainings to support these efforts.
Duties may include but are not be limited to: day-to-day project management, project communications, building and maintaining relationships with health centers and stakeholders, report preparation and training and compliance. Strong written and oral communication and project management skills, as well as knowledge of health care environment are required. A bachelor’s degree and one to three years relevant work experience is required.
Bi-State Primary Care Association is seeking an energetic individual with a strong clinical background (nurse, registered dietitian) to join our Quality Improvement Team. Responsibilities of the Clinical Quality Improvement Facilitator include (but are not limited to): supporting primary care practices across the state with data collection and abstraction, coaching provider teams in workflow redesign, and promoting the integration of primary care into the work of the local community. Knowledge of the health care environment, excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work independently and as part of a team, along with extensive statewide travel are required. The right candidate is a continuous learner, who can establish and maintain positive working relationships with staff, health centers, policymakers and other key stakeholders. This is a full-time position.
Bi-State Primary Care Association (Bi-State) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan charitable organization promoting access to effective and affordable primary care and preventive services for all, with special emphasis on underserved populations in Vermont and New Hampshire. Bi-State works with federal, state, and regional health policy organizations and policymakers, foundations, and payers to develop strategies, policies, and programs that promote and sustain community-based, primary health care services. Bi-State provides advocacy, technical assistance, provider recruitment, education and training, and resource and information services.