Public Health Job Opportunities

Postdoctoral Fellow in Dissemination and Implementation Research and Statewide Program Evaluation

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”

Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship

Deadline: September 9, 2015 

The Mirzayan Fellowship offers graduate students the opportunity to spend 12 weeks at the Academies learning about science and technology policy. All of the application materials must be submitted by September 9, 2015. The session will last from January 19 – April 9, 2016, and each Fellow will receive a stipend of $8500.

View more information in the flyer below, and at the program website.

Mirzayan Fellowship Program

Community Health Educator I

Deadline: 7/6/15

The Douglas County Health Department is seeking a Community Health Educator I who, under the direction of the Supervisor, Community Health Education, or designee the incumbent plans, implements and evaluates health promotion activities; provides health training and health information; and collaborates with other organizations to improve the health status of the community.  Continue reading “Community Health Educator I”

Public Health Nurse

Deadline: 5/28/15

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 “Public Health Nurse”