A FEW WORDS FROM OUR CEO
As CEO for Migrant Clinicians Network, I want to thank you for considering working with us as we pursue our vital mission to ensure justice in the healthcare for the mobile poor.
Based out of Austin, Texas, we’re an innovative and fast-paced organization with a tremendously committed staff. We also have smaller satellite sites in California, Washington state, Maryland, New York, and the Texas/Mexico border region. As a small nonprofit, our staff members are typically responsible for a variety tasks. As such, working for MCN provides excellent learning opportunities and possibilities for career advancement.
People that find the most success working with us are usually aligned with our organizational values of personal responsibility, teamwork, excellence, innovation, and our mission. For us, these values aren’t just buzz words – we live them every day in our actions, conversations, and relationships.
Below you’ll see a brief description of some of the jobs that we typically hire for. If you’d like to know more, please send us an email and inquire about current opportunities.
ONGOING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
MCN will accept resumes for our files. As job opportunities become available, we review active resumes for skills and qualifications that correspond to the job's requirements.
We do also consider individuals for internship placements on a case-by-case basis. If you are interested in an internship with MCN please send your resume and a letter of interest to the contact information below.
We typically hire for positions in these four job areas:
1. Administrative Associates
Perform general administrative support to MCN staff and Board of Directors
MCN is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant to work with the organization's Environmental and Occupational Health office located in downtown Salisbury, MD.
Click here for more information regarding this position and how to apply.
2. Program Managers
Coordinate activities within one of our four programmatic areas:
- Environmental and Occupational Health
- Family Violence
- Health Network
3. Program Interns
Our interns are typically brought in for a specific time period to support the work of one our program area
4. Health Network Associates
Conduct phone based follow-up and bridge case management for the MCN Health Network projects: TBNet (tuberculosis), Track II (diabetes), CAN-track (breast, cervical and colon cancers), and Prenatal
Drop us an email or letter if you’d like to know more about current job opportunities.
MCN Career Opportunities/Internships
PO Box 164285
Austin, TX 78716