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Monday, November 22, 2021

P/T - Project Manager, Healing Histories Project (Remote)

(Short Term Contract) Project Manager for Healing Histories Project (HHP)

The Healing Histories Project is made up of healers, medical practitioners, organizers, media makers, cultural and memory workers who believe that all deserve care and support during times of crisis, vulnerability & resistance. We come together to inform and shape a vision for collective care and safety while integrating models of wellness that seek to transform and intervene on medical violence, harms, and abuses rooted in racism and capitalism. We are engaging individuals, communities and institutions to remember these abuses and harms by catalyzing research, action and movement-building strategies. We do this through the creation of popular education tools, workshop curriculum, cultural and political events and more. 

We are a multiracial intergenerational and multi-ability team that centers Black, Indigenous, people of color, people with disabilities and others targeted by eugenecist strategies in our work.

The Healing Histories Project works in solidarity with many health and healing practitioners/workers by holding with dignity and respect the lives and communities they care for and by disrupting abuses of the state.  The release of this COVID-19 Timeline is our first offering. In addition to the COVID timeline, HHP has  been working for 11 years on compiling data related to 500+ years of the Medical Industrial Complex. This data currently exists in an excel spreadsheet.

We are looking for a project manager to help us finalize the healing histories timeline and ready the data for publication. This is a four month contract: January 15 2022 through April 30th 2022 with the option to extend based on the work.

Timeline content finalization:

·        Develop data strategy and workplan to ready the timeline data for publication by March 30, 2022.

·        Either provide copy-editing and/or content-editing skills or be able to identify, contract and supervise editors. 

·        Create and implement a data cleaning and quality assurance process for a small team of students and/or paid staff

·        Create a bibliography of sources cited to be published with the timeline.

·        Support in vetting online platforms to hold data in a searchable timeline. 

·        Work with the Comms consultant on content finalization with the design and readiness of the digital platform. 

·        Problem-solve content or data issues as they arise. 

Work Culture

·        Ability to work independently and follow deadlines as part of a team.

·        Strong time management skills and direct communication.

·        All Team Meetings once to twice a month 

This contract is for 15 hours a week at $75/hour with a start date by January 15, 2021 (Hours may be worked in any format averaging no more than 15 hours a week). This contract is for six months with the option for review and extension based upon the work and funding. This position assumes home-based and/or remote work.

To apply, send a letter explaining your interest in the project and your experience and include a CV. Please send this to