Douglas County Health Department is seeking a Public Health Nurse. Under the direction of the assigned Supervisor, or designee, provide Public Health Nursing (PHN) services in a variety of community, office, and clinic locations as assigned by supervisor. PHN services are directed at assessing individual and community health status, identifying current or potential health risks and conditions, planning and implementing appropriate individual or community level interventions to improve health status and to control and prevent illness. The incumbent performs duties in strict adherence to established policies, procedures, and regulations. Continue Reading…
Deadline: until filled
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland (PPHeartland) is seeking a Community Educator to join the Education and Outreach Department in Omaha. To design and deliver human sexuality education to diverse learners. Facilitate outreach and awareness activities. Promote the availability of accessible, affordable services to underserved population as well as increase patient numbers. Participate in advocate efforts for reproductive health services to meet the goals of the Education & Leadership Department and promote the mission of PPHeartland. Continue Reading…
Deadline: until filled
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland (PPHeartland) is seeking a Health Educator to join the Education and Outreach Department in Omaha. This position will be responsible for designing and delivering human sexuality education to diverse learners. In addition, the Health Educator will participate in advocacy efforts for reproductive health services to meet the goals of the Education and Outreach Department and promote the mission of PPHeartland. Continue Reading…
The National Network of Public Health Institutes, and several of the individual health institutes have a number of positions currently available, ranging from early career to senior level, in New Orleans, Kansas, Wisconsin, DC and Atlanta. These are great, applied research opportunities.
View them all online here.
Deadline: anticipated start date 6/1/15
PACE is a new program founded by Autism Action Partnership, Nebraska’s largest nonprofit foundation supporting autism services and resources. The Program Director will manage and oversee the development and implementation of a new long-term supported employment services program in the state of Nebraska for adults on the autism spectrum. This position will report to the Executive Director of Autism Action Partnership and will work with a variety of community partners, advocates, and the business community to design a supported employment program to support adults with ASD.
View the full job description and instructions for applying here.