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Our culture embodies continuous learning, growth, and advancement with a dedicated focus on employee work-life balance. Join us as we guide and create equitable systemic change so all Texans can receive the mental health care they need, when and where they need it.

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Open Positions

Senior Director of Philanthropy, The Hackett Center for Mental Health

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a collaborative and strategic professional to serve as Senior Director of Philanthropy for The Hackett Center for Mental Health and for the Trauma and Grief (TAG) Center at the Hackett for Mental Health. The Senior Director of Philanthropy will work in partnership with the Executive Director of The Hackett Center for Mental Health, the Executive Director of the TAG Center at The Hackett Center, and the Vice President of Philanthropy for the Meadows Institute to help identify and develop funding sources to support existing and planned program activities.

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Senior Director for Research, Evaluation, and Performance, Justice and Health

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a collaborative and strategic professional to serve as Senior Director for Research, Evaluation, and Performance (Senior Director) for the Center for Justice and Health (Center). The Senior Director will support the work of the Center by engaging in targeted research, data analysis, and designing vital research strategies to advance polices shifts at the intersection of justice and health systems.

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Project Manager - Special Projects, Center for Child and Family Wellness

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a collaborative and strategic professional to serve as Center for Child and Family Wellness Project Manager – Special Projects. The Project Manager will be the primary point of contact for all grant and contractual activities for the Center for Child and Family Wellness.

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Executive Administrative Associate

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a collaborative and strategic professional to serve as Executive Administrative Associate (Associate). The Associate will support the work of the Executive Office, including the President and Chief Executive Officer, and Executive Chief of Staff.

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Research Assistant

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a Research Assistant to support the Center for Child and Family Wellness in Fall 2022. The Research Assistant will work on developing engagement strategies and communications for a project focused on supporting the mental health of young people with experience in foster care. This is a paid part-time position around 15-20 hours per week for 12-14 weeks.

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Accounts Payable Clerk

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a collaborative and strategic professional to serve as Accounts Payable Clerk. The Accounts Payable Clerk will support the work of the Vice President of Accounting & Controller. The Accounts Payable Clerk will be responsible for performing all functions related to accounts payable ensuring accurate account coding, timely vendor payments, and proper financial statement reporting as well as other accounting department needs.

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Proposal Manager

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a highly skilled Proposal Manager to support the development of successful funding proposals, including philanthropic proposals, government grant applications, and bids for consulting contracts.

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Grants and Contracts Manager

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute seeks a collaborative and strategic professional to serve as Grants and Contracts Manager. The Grants and Contracts Manager will support the work of the broader Grants and Contracts Team by liaising with management and project team staff in the coordination of grants and contracts submissions across Institute teams.

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The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Applicants will not be denied equal opportunity because of their race, color, sex, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, status as a parent, age, family medical history or genetic information, or any other non-merit based factor or protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.