Public Health Job Opportunities

Research and Evaluation Officer

Deadline: 10/16/15 (10pm EST)

The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation is seeking two R&E Officers to serve on its Research and Evaluation Unit.

Please see the downloadable document below for the full job description and application instructions.

STBF job announcement Research and Evaluation Officers FINAL 17-Aug-2015…

Program Coordinator

Deadline: until filled

Project Extra Mile, a statewide non-profit working to prevent underage drinking, is seeking dedicated full-time Project Coordinator.  Must have initiative and possess exceptional organizational, writing, communication and people skills. Bachelor’s degree required.The program coordinator is primarily responsible for the updating and maintenance of underage drinking-related education and advocacy tool kits for community coalitions and youth groups located throughout the state, and for providing technical assistance regarding their use in communities. Continue reading “Program Coordinator”

AARP Advocacy Intern I

Deadline: 8/6/15

AARP Nebraska is seeking a paid intern for the coming academic year. View the position description and application instructions in the document below.

AARP NE Advocacy Intern

The position is open to undergraduate and Master’s level students, and they will consider a public health student with an interest in aging issues. Note, must have your own transportation to and from Lincoln.

Research Associate

Deadline: until filled

The Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition at UNMC is seeking a Research Associate. A number of COPH students and alumni have worked there, and all have had great experiences.

View the full job description and instructions for applying in the document below.

GSCN Research Associate Opening – June 2015

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”