County Health Rankings & Roadmaps seeks accomplished leaders in population health and equity to serve as Co-Directors.
UWPHI is part of the School of Medicine and Public Health, closely aligned with the School's Department of Population Health Sciences and other world class schools and departments at one of the most prolific research universities in the world, the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The CHR&R program embodies UWPHI’s mission of accelerating capacity to create conditions for everyone to be healthy.
With the CHR&R program entering its second decade, Co-Directors will have the unique opportunity to shape the evolution of an influential, highly respected national program and advance health and equity with a growing network of national, state, and local partners across the country through a variety of channels and networks including high-profile national, regional, and local media.
Co-Directors will share leadership and visioning for development and production of signature products, communication and dissemination to key audiences, collaboration with partner organizations and communities, nurturing an inclusive and welcoming program team, and all aspects of operations and administration for the program.
For more information about this leadership opportunity, please see these position profiles:
CHR&R Co-Director: Research Program Associate Director or Research Professor
The Co-Director of CHR&R will be responsible for leadership and management of research and development of population health and equity data assets for a national program. This position will work to coordinate, manage, and oversee various activities including metric development, data communication, methodological innovation, and evidence and policy analysis. This position will represent CHR&R in regional and national forums, including serving as a highly visible spokesperson in national broadcast interviews or as a speaker at major conferences and convenings.
CHR&R Co-Director: Outreach Program Associate Director or Research Professor
This position will manage and lead the communications, outreach, engagement and dissemination of CHR&R assets, including the model, measures, population health and equity research and policy analysis, guidance and stories that our team produces. This position will represent CHR&R in regional and national forums, including serving as a highly visible spokesperson in national broadcast interviews or as a speaker at major conferences and convenings.