The Dartmouth Institute is a dynamic force within The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth dedicated to improving health care through education, research, policy reform, leadership improvement, and communication with patients and the public.
Signature programs include research using population-based administrative health care databases, comparative effectiveness research, community-based implementation research and shared decision making.
If you are interested in a career with The Dartmouth Institute, please check out the links below for more information regarding employment opportunities.
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth/Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
#1011553 Executive Assistant to the Director, TDI
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice (TDI) seeks a self-motivated, energetic, dynamic and experienced professional to provide executive administrative support to the Director of TDI. The successful candidate should be highly proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, demonstrate expertise with calendar management for a complex, dynamic schedule, and possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Flexibility and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, discretion and professionalism are essential. Strong organizational and project management skills, and ability to quickly reprioritize as needed are also critical skills. The individual may be required to work occasional evenings and weekends as necessary.
A bachelor’s degree and five years of administrative experience in an academic or corporate environment, working with senior management is required. A writing sample at the time of the interview is required.
#0635700 Education Program Assistant
To coordinate and perform a variety of office activities related to residential and executive/professional development programs in support of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice’s educational programs.
#1011567 - Curriculum Specialist – Center for Education
To work with the faculty, program leaders, curriculum and teaching assistants in the Education Programs at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice (TDI) assisting in the implementation of Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Sciences (MS), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programs. The Curriculum Specialist works with students developing and implementing their Capstone Projects, and with faculty to design the online courses to ensure that the learning objectives are achieved. Requires continuous contact with program participants through a variety of media, including face-to-face interactions.
#1010844 – Project Coordinator II – Center for Leadership & Improvement
To provide key coordination functions associated with educational program development, implementation, facilitation, and evaluation for the Microsystem Academy (MA) in the Center for Leadership and Improvement (CLI) and for the professional and executive educational programs at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice (TDI).
#1010917 – Project Coordinator – HVHC
To support the High Value Health Collaborative at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice in the development of national, state and regional best practices for eight common conditions and treatments, with a particular focus on the dissemination of actionable recommendations to providers and health systems across the United States
#1011486 – Project Manager – HVHC
To develop, lead and integrate key elements of the High Value Healthcare Collaborative (HVHC) Program Management Office (PMO) to achieve strategic and operational goals. As a member of the HVHC PMO team, develops and achieves project(s) objectives, develops and facilitates execution of project plans, communicates project status to leadership, works effectively toward problem resolution. Delivers high quality results and participates and in strategic planning, establishes and maintains collaborative interactions with internal and external stakeholders necessary to achieve shared goals, and advances the operational efficiency and scientific quality of HVHC programs.
#1011564 Associate Director, ReThink Health
#1010668 - Alumni Relations and Annual Giving Manager
To cultivate and maintain an active alumni community; to design and implement ongoing programs, which facilitate meaningful connections between alumni, faculty and current students; to manage and organize reunion activities; and to plan continuing education activities for alumni. To assist in building and growing an effective annual giving program as part of an integrated development strategy at TDI.
Works with high school participants to educate them about health care career opportunities, college preparation, and important topics in the health care field. To serve as Chaperone 24-hours a day throughout the 4-week course of the Institute, ensuring the safety and well-being of each participant.
This is a temporary position. Recruiting to fill 4 positions.
Pre-employment background check required and may include criminal background check.
#1010816 - Curriculum and Teaching Assistant
Assists TDI faculty and administrators with overall curriculum planning, implementation, and review for courses in all four academic terms; to assist faculty in preparing and conducting courses and in teaching and evaluating students in TDI’s graduate degree programs; and to support student learning within those courses.
12-month term position
Recruiting for 2 positions
#1011119 - Health Policy Fellowship
The Center for Population Health is dedicated to advancing delivery system reform, payment reform models, accountable care organizations (ACO), and patient reported measures (PRMs) at the national, state, and regional levels. The ACO team within the Center for Population Health partners with organizations such as the Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform at the Brookings Institution and the Commonwealth Fund to advance accountable care and develop measures to support value-based payment. As a Health Policy Fellow you will work with and meet the leading experts, support implementation of cutting-edge techniques for measuring health outcomes and manage and support projects including data analysis, grants, and writing/editing reports.
#1011179 - Project Manager Health Policy Demonstration The Dartmouth Institute: Center for Population Health
The Center for Population Health is dedicated to advancing delivery system reform, payment reform models, accountable care organizations (ACO), and patient reported measures (PRMs) at the national, state, and regional levels.
The ideal candidate will In partnership with the Brookings Institute, lead and coordinate project activities for the Brookings-Dartmouth Accountable Care Organization Learning Network, a collaborative focused on supporting the development of accountable care organizations. Manage cutting edge research projects focused on evaluation and implementation of accountable care and related payment reform initiatives. Forge relationships with key external stakeholders including hospital executives, physicians, policymakers and leading academics working to advance accountable care.