ECHO Colorado: Evaluation Manager
This position will be responsible for collaborating with the University of Colorado Extension for Community Health Outcomes Colorado leadership to provide the direction and oversight for a comprehensive program of evaluation and research efforts designed to support the mission of the program. ECHO Colorado’s mission is to virtually convene and leverage the knowledge and experience of Colorado communities for improved health. We exist to improve health and wellness throughout our state and beyond by bringing health professionals together to share ideas and learn from one another. ECHO Colorado succeeds by developing partnerships and removing barriers, we are where treatment, prevention, wellness, technology, sharing and learning converge. We operate in the belief that everyone has something to teach and something to learn.
Mile High Connects (MHC) Executive Director
The Denver Foundation is accepting applications for Executive Director of Mile High Connects. Applications must be submitted by March 31, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Executive Director provides leadership and strategic direction for MHC by managing the integration of MHC’s five core issue areas: transportation policy, health, housing, education, and jobs. This role is the external face of MHC and serves as its primary representative and spokesperson in the community. The Executive Director ensures that all MHC members are working effectively and efficiently to achieve the mission and the goals and outcomes laid out in the collaborative’s strategic plan. In addition, the Executive Director works with community based organizations, local residents, elected officials, government staff, regional agencies, developers, and other key stakeholders to implement MHC’s strategic plan. The Executive Director is a leased employee of The Denver Foundation. This individual is substantively accountable to and serves at the pleasure of the MHC Steering Committee.
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