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IPHCA is currently recruiting for the following full-time positions - Community Health Center  (CHC) Workforce Specialist, Oral Health Program Director, and  Quality Improvement Coordinator:

The CHC Workforce Specialist reports to the CHC Workforce Program Director.  The CHC Workforce Specialist provides ongoing assistance and manages complex administrative functions that support the work of the IPHCA Center for Workforce Sustainability, including support of recruitment of health care professionals on behalf of Indiana Community Health Centers and support of health centers in their workforce development activities.  The CHC Workforce Specialist coordinates, schedules, and manages the candidate and job posting database, and assists with communication of activities for the Center.

Primary responsibilities include: working with staff at Indiana CHCs to develop and maintain effective recruitment campaigns and materials for recruitment of health care professionals as requested through  open and responsive communication; following up on leads through coordination of advertisements, referrals, Internet sources, residency programs, job fairs and conventions, and mass mailings; maintaining all aspects of the candidate database; following through on the steps of the recruitment process; conducting sourcing, data entry, and posting website updates; assisting with compilation of monthly and annual reports; working collaboratively with and representing IPHCA and CHCs on 3RNet and Kontact Intelligence webinars; assisting with planning and coordination of the annual compensation and benefits survey of CHCs; supporting and scheduling activities of the Workforce Development Advisory Committee; facilitating the workforce listserv; maintaining workforce content on IPHCA website; assisting with design creation of marketing and advertisements; and planning/coordinating travel, meetings, and webinars.

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or related field is required, with one year related experience desired in a healthcare setting, preferably in sales, marketing, or recruiting with specific knowledge of the medical/physician community. The position also requires the ability to multi-task, plan and prioritize a large volume of detail-oriented work, excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills, demonstrated ability to conduct Internet research in an efficient, productive manner, ability to work with minimum supervision, set priorities, and follow through to accomplish results., extensive knowledge of Windows operating systems and Microsoft software including Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, and PowerPoint, and flexibility to work outside normal business hours as required to fulfill the responsibilities of this position.

EOE.  Please e-mail resume and cover letter to, Subject:  CHC Workforce Specialist Search. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No inquiries by phone please.

The Oral Health Program Director reports to the CEO and is responsible for developing, implementing, supporting, informing, and coordinating programming for oral health integration and for identifying potential resources for development of oral health community health center (CHC) programs.  Key result areas include:  contributing to the strategic planning, implementation, management and evaluation of initiatives that are central to integrating oral health in the primary care setting and in developing oral health initiatives; providing technical assistance (TA) resources and training for CHCs aimed at the development and/or strengthening of oral health programs; playing a significant role in the development and delivery of TA and training events for oral health initiatives/programs; working with policy staff regarding reimbursement barriers for oral health services; and effectively representing IPHCA in a wide variety of settings.

Bachelor’s degree in health care administration or a related field is required along with a minimum of three to five years of experience, preferably in a healthcare/community health center environment.  Dental Hygienist experience is a plus.  The position also requires the ability to think strategically and deliver technically, with a high degree of self-direction and organization; excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; knowledge of clinical settings, processes, and culture, including an understanding of managing change; the ability to create and maintain coaching/TA relationships with health centers;  commitment to ongoing program and professional improvement; and proficiency with Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

EOE.  Please fax resume to (317) 630-0849 ATTN: HR, or e-mail to, Subject: Oral Health Program Director Search. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No inquiries by phone please.


The Quality Improvement (QI) Coordinator reports to the Community Health Center (CHC) Programs Manager and the Director of the Indiana Quality Improvement Network.  The QI Coordinator provides coordination and direct support to Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) participating health centers (PHCs) and other IPHCA members for quality improvement (QI) and Health Information Technology (HIT) activities.  Primary responsibilities include participating in user/peer group meetings regarding QI and HIT activities; coaching and conducting performance assessments with PHCs related to HCCN QI projects and initiatives; assisting IPHCA Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) and other health center members with Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition; assisting other IPHCA staff with planning, coordination, and evaluation of QI training for PHCs and other IPHCA members, including identification of training consultants as needed; and staying current with QI research and serving as a QI resource.

Bachelor’s degree in health sciences or related field required plus two years QI experience.  Two years of graduate level education/internship experience may substitute for work experience.  The position also requires strong facilitation skills, knowledge of principles related to PCMH, Meaningful Use (MU) and QI; interest in and knowledge of community health care and primary care; ability to effectively communicate with a diverse customer group in a complex environment; strong team building and collaboration skills; creative thinking; and excellent, high-level proficiency in all Microsoft Office software. FQHC and electronic health record (EHR) experience is preferred.

EOE.  Please e-mail resume and cover letter to, Subject: QI Coordinator Search. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No inquiries by phone please.