The California Epidemiologic Investigation Service (Cal-EIS) is a one or two-year training program founded in 1989 for health professionals who have at least a master’s degree in a field related to public health. The mission of Cal-EIS is to prepare epidemiologists for public health leadership positions in California. Continue reading →
The Kansas State Department of Health and Environment is seeking an Immunization Program Director (K0215169) in the Bureau of Disease Control and Prevention.
Plans, organizes and directs the planning, implementation and evaluation for a multi-faceted, statewide Immunization Program. Continue reading →
The APHA Student Assembly’s Advancement Committee regularly compiles opportunities relevant to public health students and recent graduates. The August listing is the largest yet, with over 150 items listed! There are employment and training opportunities for all areas of public health. Definitely worth a look.
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Boulder County Public Health is currently accepting applications for the position of Communicable Disease Control Epidemiologist. This position is an integral member of the Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) Communicable Disease Control Team and performs a variety of complex epidemiological duties related to the surveillance, investigation, control, and follow-up of reportable communicable diseases in Boulder County. Continue reading →
Two Rivers Public Health Department is seeking a full time staff member to assist with surveillance and investigation of disease and health conditions in the district. Will also identify, provide and evaluate evidence based health education programs that meet district
The ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications for the January-January placement cycle. These placements are a fantastic way to gain experience and build your public health network. Continue reading →