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UCI Health Administrative Fellowship 2024-2025 – Applications due by Friday, September 22, 2023

UCI Health is offering an Administrative Fellowship position for the 2024-2025 year. The UCI Health Administrative Fellowship is a 12-month, project-based experience that aims to develop future healthcare leaders through immersion in an academic health system environment. With the support of leaders across the organization, the fellow will support key hospital and system-based initiatives and projects. Applications will be accepted through Friday, Sept. 22, 2023.

To learn more about UCI Health and the Administrative Fellowship Program, please visit or contact them at

Keck Medicine of USC Administrative Fellowship Program – Deadline to Apply is September 29, 2023

The two-year Administrative Fellowship at Keck Medicine of USC is a system-level health care leadership development program that spans across USC’s health enterprise. Led by Felipe Osorno, Chief Post-Acute Care Officer and Chief of Staff, and Ekta Vyas, Chief Human Resources Officer, the program provides fellows with opportunities for executive mentorship and hands-on learning in a world-class academic medical center.

During the 2-year administrative fellowship program, fellows will be immersed into a comprehensive rotational program with the guidance and mentorship of the Keck Medicine executive leadership team. All rotations and projects are designed to address core competencies while providing a holistic experience. In addition to project work, fellows will attend executive level meetings and meet one-on-one with leaders throughout the organization.

In the first year, administrative fellows will partner with various senior leadership teams to complete rotations. Administrative fellows can expect to gain exposure to and support high-level initiatives, as well as interface with administrative and clinical leadership. In the second year, administrative fellows will continue to refine their skill sets and leadership style as they choose to focus on certain areas to develop, implement and operationalize system-level projects that tie to the strategic goals of the health system.

To apply, please visit:

2 Positions Available at the US Department of Health and Human Services

Announcement Number(s): HHS-ASPE-DH-23-12075453

Request Number: 400259

Position Title: Economist

Pay Plan-Series-Grade: GS-0110-12/13

Area of Consideration: DH

Open Date: Friday, August 11, 2023

Close Date: Thursday, August 24, 2023

Applicant Limit: N/A

Announcement Link (s):

Announcement Number(s): HHS-ASPE-MP-23-12079068

Request Number: 400870

Position Title: Supervisory Health Science Analyst

Pay Plan-Series-Grade: GS-0601-15

Area of Consideration: MP

Open Date: Tuesday, August 08, 2023

Close Date: Saturday, August 19, 2023

Applicant Limit: N/A

Announcement Link (s):

Lehigh Valley Health Network Post- Graduate Administrative Fellowships – Applications Due – October 2023


This year we are excited to announce that we are again offering two administrative fellowship programs—one focused on hospital operations and one focused on physician group management. The fellowship programs at LVHN are designed to provide developmental experiences in an educational environment that will contribute to your students’ growth as healthcare professionals. The programs are open to graduates from a variety of accredited degree programs that provide a foundation in healthcare administration (e.g., MHA, MHSA, MBA, MPH, MPA).   


These fellowship programs are dedicated to a set of planned rotations that will provide exposure to, and project work in, different divisions of the health network. The rotation divisions are thoughtfully selected to ensure optimal value to post-graduate professionals who have a specific interest in either hospital operations or physician group management. The project work in each rotation will be selected based on the needs of the organization and the skill-development needs of the fellow. 

The hospital operations fellowship offers an immersive leadership opportunity, and the physician group fellowship offers an interim leadership opportunity. 


For more information, please visit Administrative Fellowship (  


In addition, Lehigh Valley Health Network will host two, one-hour Administrative Fellowship Informational Webinars on Monday, August 21, 12:00pm – 1:00pm, and Wednesday, September 13, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Both current and past fellows will be available to discuss the fellowship, including opportunities post-fellowship. If your students would like to participate, they may RSVP for either webinar below: 


Monday, August 21:  


Wednesday, September 13:  


We have attempted to send this message to the best resource in your organization, but if we have emailed the wrong contact, we ask that you please forward the message appropriately and provide us with an updated contact person. 


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at  

HOPCo Administrative Fellowship – Applications Due October 13, 2023

The HOPCo Administrative Fellowship is a one-year program designed to establish a strong foundation in leadership and management skills for various career paths. While our headquarters are based in Phoenix, Arizona, our influence spans across the United States and extends into England. As recognized national leaders in musculoskeletal services, this fellowship offers a unique perspective on service line transformation, providing fellows with the opportunity to comprehend outcomes driven by quality and operational excellence. Our dedicated team oversees the complete continuum of care, ensuring that fellows gain exposure aligned with their specific interests.

Our current Administrative Fellows will deliver 30-minute presentations on HOPCo and the fellowship program, followed by a question-and-answer session.

HOPCo Fellowship Information Session – Registration LINK

  • Monday, September 18th at 1:00 p.m. AZ (4:00 p.m. Eastern)
  • Friday, October 6th at 8:30 a.m. AZ (11:30 a.m. Eastern)

For further information about our program and application details, please click HERE. If you or your students have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact one of our current administrative fellows at or

Health Career Connection (HCC) Chief Operating Officer Needed

Health Career Connection (HCC) is a mission driven, innovative, expanding national non-profit dedicated to inspiring and empowering the next generation of diverse health leaders and professionals. For 33 years, HCC has provided life-changing, career-launching exposure, experience, skill building and mentorship for undergraduate students and our 4600 alumni to choose and succeed in their authentic health careers. Through our proven programs, students and alumni learn by doing, gain confidence and skills, secure jobs, enter graduate health professions schools, and serve communities as health leaders and professionals. HCC partners with leading health employers, associations, and health professions education institutions nationally and in our 12 regions to meet emerging health workforce and diversity needs and advance health improvement and health equity. HCC’s video highlights our mission and impact.
HCC is seeking a dynamic, experienced operations leader to work closely with the CEO, Chief of Staff, Board of Directors, and other Senior Leadership team members to develop and execute national and regional operational strategies and systems to increase the organization’s scale, sustainability, and impact.

The Chief Operating Officer will report directly to the CEO while engaging closely with the HCC Board of Directors and be an important member of the Senior Leadership team. This individual will balance strong vision and capabilities for operations, process and team oversight with a hands-on approach to managing all operations of a small, opportunity-driven and growing non-profit. A key focus will be leading innovation in HCC’s operational systems, processes and infrastructure to support effective and efficient delivery of HCC’s services and growth nationally and regionally.
The COO will be responsible for managing HCC’s national team and core operational functions and for creating a strong, cohesive overall structure and culture. The COO will work closely with the CEO and regional leads to establish, monitor and achieve regional performance goals. The individual selected for this tremendous opportunity needs to have a broad scope of talent and experience and a proven history for managing complex operations, with limited resources. The COO will need to quickly learn, evaluate and contribute to HCC’s current processes and engage with team members to make high-level adjustments to improve service, performance, staff support and goal achievement.

If interested, please send your resume and cover letter to Joe Cortes,

Associate Director of Research needed at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health’s Gender, Adolescent Transitions and Environment (GATE) Program

Position Summary:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of the Gender, Adolescent Transitions and Environment

(GATE) program in the Department of Sociomedical Sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health, the Associate Director of Research provides oversight, research and technical support for multiple program activities including research operations, the management of projects globally and in the USA, partnership building and fundraising. The successful candidate will hold an advanced degree in public health, and 6 – 10 + years of applied practical background in the field of public health research and practice, preferably with global experience. The incumbent will have a good understanding of global health priorities and will be looking for opportunities aligned with our areas of work, including menstrual health and hygiene, education, gender, water, and sanitation.

GATE is an innovative research and practice program dedicated towards improving the lives of adolescents and women around the world. We are looking for an individual who brings a qualitative research background, an aptitude for managing and mentoring staff and students, and who is looking for an opportunity that is aligned with our areas of work, including global mixed-methods research on puberty, menstrual health and hygiene, and gender and sanitation. Our topical focus of work spans from low-resource settings and communities to humanitarian contexts.

The detailed job description and application can be found here. We sincerely encourage any interested candidates to submit a cover letter and CV.