Public Health Job Opportunities

Project Administrator and Evaluator (2 positions)

Deadline: until filled

LGBT HealthLink: the Network for Health Equity is one of eight CDC-funded tobacco and cancer disparity networks charged with convening experts, culling then spreading best practices to eliminate health disparities for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) population. As a project of CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers, we work extensively with the 180+ LGBT community centers across the country. As a CDC-grantee, we work extensively with CDC grantees, especially the state, tribal, and territorial departments of health. Our core activities center around increasing adoption of tobacco & cancer best practices by community centers and departments of health.

We are seeking candidates to join our organization. The opportunities available are Project Administrator and Evaluator (see the job descriptions in the documents below). Please email a resume/CV and cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of these positions to careers@lgbtcenters.org and put the job title in the subject line.

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CDC’s Public Health Associate Program

Application open January 4-8

PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATE PROGRAM (PHAP) is a 2-year entry-level, full-time employment and career development training program designed to prepare recent graduates hands-on, frontline experience in the day-to-day operations of public health programs. You must be a recent graduate (GPA 3.0) with a bachelor’s or master’s degree beginning a career in public health. Upon successful completion of the program, PHAP associates are qualified to compete for entry-level career positions at CDC and other public health organizations. Continue reading “CDC’s Public Health Associate Program”

Post-doctoral position in Tobacco Control

The Center for Tobacco Studies at the Rutgers University School of Public Health is excited to announce the availability of a post-doctoral position in tobacco control. Eligible candidates should have a doctoral degree in public health, behavioral science, health services research, sociology, anthropology, psychology, or a related discipline. Applicants should have excellent interpersonal skills and strong training in applied research. The primary responsibility of the post-doctoral fellow will be to assist in building active programs of research.  Continue reading “Post-doctoral position in Tobacco Control”

Program Coordinator

Deadline: 12/30/15

The UG Health Department is hiring a new Healthy Communities Wyandotte coordinator.

The individual will work closely with staff in the Healthy Communities Division to coordinate and build the capacity of the Healthy Communities Wyandotte coalition, including its Steering Committee, Policy Committee, and six Action Teams. Continue reading “Program Coordinator”

ASPPH Fellowships now open

Deadlines: vary

Several ASPPH Fellowship opportunities are now open. There are multiple opportunities, all with deadlines in January and February. You can view them all here: http://www.aspph.org/study/fellowships-and-internships/

There are opportunities at both the master’s and doctoral levels. As a reminder, you can apply to more than one of the fellowship programs, and within each program you can select up to three positions of interest.

The personal statement is a key component of the application, so be sure to you work with Career Services to make that statement as strong as possible.