Good Neighbor Community Health Center (Columbus) and GN Fremont are  primary health care clinics that offer a wide variety of services, including family and general practice medicine, pediatrics, OB/GYN care, dentistry and behavioral health. We are located together to better serve our patients, offering them a "one-stop shop" for their healthcare needs.  Good Neighbor Community Health Center and Good Neighbor Fremont are both federally qualified community health centers (FQHC).  FQHC is a federal designation given by the Bureau of Primary Health Care at the federal Department of Health and Human Services. FQHCs are located in, or serve, a federally designated medically underserved area/population. In 2020, Good Neighbor Community Health Centers cared for 10,978 patients from more than 45 zip codes.

Good Neighbor Community Health Center and Good Neighbor Fremont employ a variety of clinicians, nurses and other staff to provide high-quality, patient-centered care to under-served individuals and families in our cross-cultural, primary care settings. Bilingual language skills (English/Spanish) are a plus.  

In addition to a competitive salary, employees who work a minimum of 30 hours a week are eligible for benefits. Coverage begins on the first of the month after their hire date.

Our current job openings are listed below.  You can also find a summary of benefits, and access our easy Application for Employment.

Help make a difference in the life and health of your community!  Come join our team!

Project Coordinator


1.      Coordinate a variety of evolving grants focused on priority public health areas, including (but not limited to): opioid use disorder, cancer screening and prevention (breast and cervical cancer), accreditation, and infectious disease surveillance.

2.      Grants administration responsibilities will include development and monitoring of workplans for multiple grants, budget/fiscal management, data collection and reporting, workplan execution of grant objectives and deliverables, and funder communications/relations.

3.      Design workflows and strategic approaches to meet grant-specific or programmatic objectives.

4.      Support QI efforts for grant-required and agency-identified priority areas, including quality measures related to assigned area of focus.

5.      Collaborate with Health Access Project Coordinator, departmental leadership, and crossdepartmental teams (Interpreting/Translation Services, Marketing Department) on development and dissemination of program-specific promotional and educational materials and campaigns.

6.      Represent ECDHD at coalition and/or Community Health Implantation Plan meetings as needed.

7.      Exercises high level of judgment and independent thinking to resolve project challenges.

8.      Independently coordinates with external and internal partners to complete project activities. Responds effectively to requests from senior-level stakeholders to advance the project.

9.      Perform all other duties as assigned.


Bachelor Degree in public health, public policy, public administration, or related field required.


•      Effective oral and written communication skills.

•      Excellent organizational skills.

•      Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external clients.

•      Documented attention to detail.

•      Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.

•      Ability to work well with individuals of diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and intellectual backgrounds.


•      Experience in administration and management grants or grant-funded programs, including reporting, budget management, and workplan development.

•      Experience or prior involvement in the development, improvement, or evaluation of health programs/services in community settings.

•      Experience working in non-profit or government settings.

•      Bi-lingual fluency in Spanish, French, or Somali a plus.