Join the Office of Public Health Preparedness and be part of a team that protects the health and well-being of all Bostonians during and after emergencies.
The Associate Director (AD), Emergency Operations is a member of the OPHP Leadership Team, who engages in comprehensive strategy and planning efforts with OPHP leadership, BPHC executive leadership, and numerous internal and external stakeholders within the City of Boston to meet resident needs during and after emergencies. This role requires people-centered, inclusive planning across partners, especially for those groups and organizations representing priority populations.
The Coordinator plays a key role in the successful delivery of our trainings and events by supporting the logistical and operational needs of our programming, including training delivered via our DelValle Institute for Emergency Preparedness.
The Finance Manager provides strategic management of the financial functions of OPHP and reports to the Director. The successful candidate will be organized, detail-oriented, and motivated and will help support the team and lead the completion of financial tasks that keep the office running.
This role ensures that our emergency planning efforts and plans are collaborative, operational, and meet the needs of Boston residents. The Senior Planner will be responsible for oversight of all emergency plans associated with BPHC's role as the lead for coordinating public health and healthcare services during emergencies on behalf of the City of Boston. S/he will coordinate closely with OPHP and BPHC staff.
Our Senior Program Manager (SPM), Response Operations helps build people-centered public health and healthcare emergency response operations that protect and promote the health of Bostonians during emergencies. The SPM will support the OPHP mission with a focus on ensuring OPHP and BPHC are well-prepared to rapidly respond to all types of emergency situations.