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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 people in Texas, the nation, and the world can obtain the health care they need.

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Strategic Initiatives Specialist for the Center for Health System Transformation

Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is looking for a Strategic Initiatives Specialist for the Center for Health System Transformation to work in Dallas, TX and various unanticipated locations throughout the U.S. Must possess a master’s degree in Public Policy or related field and 18 months in the position offered or a related position. Aforementioned 18 months of experience must include the following: CBISA, Smartsheet, ArcGIS, STATA, TELICON, TLO, Eloqua, Zotero, Monday.com.

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Project Director - Bexar County Continuum of Care Project

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is pleased to announce the call for applications for a Project Director – Texas Continuum of Care Project. The Project Director will lead the coordination and implementation of a countywide initiative to develop a robust continuum of care model aimed at reducing youth incarceration rates in Bexar County, Texas.

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Project Director - Texas Continuum of Care Project

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is pleased to announce the call for applications for a Project Director – Texas Continuum of Care Project. The Project Director will lead the coordination and implementation of a statewide initiative to develop a robust continuum of care model aimed at reducing youth incarceration rates in Texas.

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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.