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Medical Assistants for Community Health (MACH)
Program Coordinator Position Announcement

Nevada Primary Care Association is a 501(c)(3) organization in Carson City, NV. NVPCA is an administrative, nonclinical office and the federally designated primary care association for the state of Nevada.  

NVPCA and Nevada’s Community Health Centers are committed to ensure that all Nevadans have access to the high-quality, comprehensive health care in environments that embrace the diversity of our state. We are committed to continuing the cause that started with Community Health Centers and to fighting for structural changes that demand dignity and opportunity for all Nevadans.

MACH Program Coordinator Responsibilities Include:


  • Coordinates with Director of Health Center Informatics (DHCI) to confirm that assigned programs are completed according to specifications, budgets, and timelines for the Medical Assistant for Community Health (MACH) Program.

  • Regularly communicates with partners/stakeholders to arrange meetings, confirm program schedules, and discuss any MACH program problems.

  • Ensures that partners/stakeholders are regularly informed of the status of the MACH program.

  • Regularly communicates with management regarding the MACH program’s status and any issues or potential problems.

  • Forecasts potential schedule delays and develops alternate plans.

  • Collaborates with the DHCI and Performance Improvement and Workforce Program Manager (PIWPM) with the development of workforce development programs, tool kits, promotional materials, and other program materials.

  • Creates, coordinates, and delivers trainings to health center staff in collaboration with the DHCI and PIWPM.

  • Maintains detailed project documentation including meeting minutes, action items, issue lists, and monitoring stakeholders’ accountabilities for timely project deliverables.

Qualifications Include:

  • Certification as a Medical Assistant and associate degree required; bachelor’s degree preferred.

  • At least two years supervisory experience required.

  • Prior work experience with a Federally Qualified Health Center preferred.

  • Knowledge of community-based health care providers, and/or nonprofit associations preferred. 

  • Understand health care needs of low-income and underserved populations. 

  • Strong relationship building and interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate and drive change while supporting health centers and managing partner relationships. 

  • Experience generating, analyzing and reporting data to drive improvement. 

Other Skills and Abilities: 

  • Demonstrated proficiency in project or program coordination, including implementation, organization and evaluation of programs and projects

  • Solid time management, problem solving and organizational skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 

  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and web-based software and applications

  • Manage multiple projects, plan strategically, and adapt to frequent change

Additional Information:
This position is based in Nevada. The role will require regular travel to Las Vegas and the Reno/Carson area. The salary for this position ranges from $41,000 to $48,000, with exact salary depending on experience and expertise. NVPCA offers a wide range of benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plan, paid time off, and holidays.

NVPCA is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity.

To Apply: 

If you are qualified and interested, please send a resume and cover letter to

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