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Whether you’re entering the workforce in health care administration or you’re a clinical provider with many years of experience, community health centers offer incredible career opportunities. Current health center employees report that working in a community health center provides them with meaningful and worthwhile opportunities to “make a difference” in their communities by serving patients who are in need of healthcare and would not otherwise receive it. Many health centers offer on-the-job training, flexible scheduling, autonomy and growth, and direct community impact.

The Consortium and community clinics are equal opportunity employers. We invite you to explore the wealth of opportunities at our community health centers.


Current Openings at the Community Clinic Consortium

Project Coordinator

The Project Coordinator works with the Executive Director and staff to support all aspects of the Consortium’s policy and advocacy, community outreach, patient enrollment, and data analysis work. The Project Coordinator will play a key role in managing the data for the Consortium’s member clinics, partner hospitals, and various programs. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining and analyzing confidential patient data and presenting results in reports and dashboards. The successful candidate will have excellent written and oral communication skills, a self-starting work ethic, and a strong commitment to community health and well-being of every member of our community, especially low-income people of color. The Project Coordinator should have a strong understanding of databases and data analysis and an interest in building a robust and collaborative data infrastructure. Experience applying for and reporting on grants favorably considered.

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Current Openings at Our Member and Partner Locations 

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Visit the California Primary Care Association (CPCA) for Clinic Careers.

You may also check for openings at the County-run clinics in Contra Costa and Solano.