In an average week, you will likely spend 12-15 hours coordinating committee, faculty, and capacity building initiatives, including scheduling, client communication, goal and task tracking, evaluation and follow-up, copy editing and material creation
10-12 hours supporting internal operations including client billing, monthly budgets, and financial statements, grant management support, weekly intern management, account updates and monitoring, and other supporting tasks that come up
5-10 hours planning and executing events promo, committee meeting materials, website updates, and social media marketing
5 hours meeting with and supporting other team members during the week
– Collaborating with MNPQC operations and executive teams to design and implement new processes
– Planning, managing, and executing the annual fall conference with the education and outreach committee
– Supporting the executive director and co-director in grant, funding, and capacity-building work.
– Managing the monthly operational budget, invoice payments, and cash flow
To apply for a posted job, submit a digital file of your resume and an introductory letter as described in each posting.
All positions will remain open until filled. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.
The Minnesota Perinatal Quality Collaborative (MNPQC) is a network of organizations, medical providers, content experts, and community voices led by the Minnesota Perinatal Organization (MPO) in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). We seek to improve perinatal and infant health outcomes with an emphasis on improving health equity for all birthing people.
MNPQC values experience and success in working across multiple lines of difference and strongly encourages candidates of all identities and experiences to apply for open positions. MNPQC is an equal opportunity employer.