As a part of major Medicaid Modernization efforts in Iowa, the major healthcare systems are hiring for a number of positions, some of which may be of interest to public health graduates. There are positions related to data analysis, quality improvement, and care coordination and administration.
View all of the positions available here.
Note–you may also want to keep an eye on the other Iowa health systems, such as Amerigroup Iowa, Inc, AmeriHealth Caritas Iowa, Inc and WellCare of Iowa, Inc (all of which were awarded bids for the Medicaid Modernization efforts).
The Iowa Department of Public Health has a Management Analyst 3 position open for the Data Management Program. This person will help direct the Iowa Public Health Tracking Portal, as well as work with the IDPH Data and Informatics Community of Practice, and work to implement recommendations from the Data Management evaluation. This position is housed within IDPH in the Bureau of Planning Services under the Director’s Office.
View the full job description and apply online here.
Deadline: until filled
Cornell University is seeking a Data Specialist. Under the general supervision of the Director of Institutional Research and Planning (IRP), the incumbent will be responsible for compiling, rationalizing and reporting on programmatic and institutional data in support of two major institutional initiatives: Global Cornell and Engaged Cornell. Continue reading “Data Specialist”
The ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship program is now accepting applications for a February 1 start date. There are currently four positions available. Students who completed the CEESP program should take a look at the position with the Global Cancer program.
Please utilize COPH Career Services if you decide to apply.
View all of program information, position descriptions and application instructions here.
Deadline: until filled
The interdisciplinary Prevention Science PhD program at Washington State University (WSU), in collaboration with the Washington State Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR), seek candidates for a three-year postdoctoral research fellowship. The fellowship can begin as early as 8/15/2015. The candidate will work with Dr. Laura Hill, a prevention scientist and chair of WSU’s Department of Human Development, who will provide mentored training in research as well as protected time to participate in publishing, grant writing, and other career development opportunities, including teaching if desired. Continue reading “Postdoctoral Fellow in Dissemination and Implementation Research and Statewide Program Evaluation”