eXtension Foundation is looking for candidates for the Impact Collaborative Behavioral Health Program Fellow. The Impact Collaborative is the next evolution of the Issue Corps Program. The Fellow is responsible for leading the formation and success of the Collaborative cohort. This is estimated to be a one-year commitment for .50 -.70 FTE.
The responsibilities for this fellowship will include working with the program manager, organizing committee, and eXtension team to ensure the success of the Collaborative. A full list of responsibilities is available at the call for applications web page.
The selected fellow will have at least a Master’s degree and will have expertise and experience in behavioral health. The Fellow will have broad visibility and ability to leverage their network and build new relationships. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking for experience leading a national program and those considering a sabbatical.
Closing date for the position is 5 p.m. PDT, July 21, 2017, or until a suitable candidate is found. To apply, visit the Call for Applications to review the requirements. If you have questions about the Fellowship, contact Terry Meisenbach firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Impact Collaborative
The eXtension Impact Collaborative is the only national network in the Land Grant University System that uses a proven process to accelerate capacity for projects with problem-solving teams so that significant local change happens. We do whatever it takes to clear the way with customized and consistent practices offering exceptional expertise and tools that change the way people see what’s possible. The effect is unstoppable momentum. We are catalytic, engaging, and empowering.