Are you passionate about advocating on behalf of communities of color, immigrants, and refugees, who are facing barriers to accessing timely and appropriate behavioral/mental health care?
The California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN) is hiring a seasoned organizer to be our Senior Community Advocacy Manager focused on behavioral/mental health. Enjoy a work life balance with this remote role that can be based anywhere in California, with occasional on-site visits and travel required. CPEHN maintains physical offices in Oakland and Sacramento. CPEHN strives to create a strong wellness culture, including a staff-led wellness committee.
CPEHN provides an opportunity to work closely with communities of color across the state to elevate local voices and health issues to state and local policymakers and help them advance policy change and structural reform that creates equitable conditions for their communities.
The Senior Community Advocacy Manager is responsible for mobilizing and training CPEHN’s grassroots partners and coalitions, organizing local events, managing contracts, participating in communications activities, and maintaining efficient research, advocacy and support efforts for CPEHN’s policy agenda.
Compensation and Benefits:
$75,000 – $79,500 (DOE). Excellent benefits (100% employer paid health and dental insurance, retirement plan contributions, sabbatical leave, and more). CPEHN provides all employees with professional development funds to grow and hone skills relevant to their work.
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