Texas Association of City & County Health Official
September 7, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
TACCHO is seeking a full time Executive Director to serve as the day to day business operations manager, working with the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) to conduct the business of the organization. This individual is both a champion of public health and the single face of the organization in the absence of its members. This role contributes to the prioritized outcomes of TACCHO and its member local health departments (LHDs).
The expectation for this position is for the ED to be a leader in growing the organization in all of its key facets including operational, fiscal, and brand reach. While the organization’s strengths are multi-fold, the ED is expected to take TACCHO to the next level in the Texas public health landscape.
This is a full time, work from home opportunity. Some travel is required.
•A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public health, public administration, business administration, office management, or a related field accompanied with a minimum of 7 years public health experience. Master’s degree with two (2) years of public health management experience is preferred. Non Profit/Association management experience is preferred. •Texas residency is required or must be willing to relocate to Texas, preferably the Austin area; •A valid Texas driver’s license is required.
Submit Resume and Cover Letter to:
Jennifer Smith, Executive Director email@example.com
A full job description is available upon request and also on www.taccho.org Position is open until filled.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Negotiable
Internal Number: TACCHO1
About Texas Association of City & County Health Official
The Texas Association of City & County Health Officials (TACCHO) is the premier membership organization serving the local health officials and public health departments in Texas in order to enhance public health practice with the ultimate goal of improving the health of Texans and the communities in which they live.