Public Health Job Opportunities

GIS Analyst

Deadline: January 15, 2014

The Douglas County Health Department is seeking a GIS Analyst. Under the direction of the Geographic Information Systems Coordinator or designee, the incumbent performs professional technical work involving the design, development, and implementation of geospatial databases, applications and workflows relating to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Continue Reading…

Epidemiology Surveillance Coordinator

Deadline: until filled

NE DHHS is seeking an Epidemiological Surveillance Coordinator to be responsible for interpreting, evaluating, and analyzing surveillance data to prepare and disseminate epidemiological reports as required by the Strategic Prevention Framework-Partnership for Success grant. This position will provide epidemiological leadership to the Division of Behavioral Health and the Statewide Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup. Continue Reading…

Chronic Disease Epidemiologist

Deadline: continuous

The NE Department of Health and Human Services is seeking a chronic disease epidemiologist to continue developing, implementing, and improving the Nebraska chronic disease surveillance systems. This position will lead epidemiologic and surveillance activities for gathering, analyzing, and disseminating population health data to inform, prioritize, and monitor the delivery of the interventions in heart disease and stroke prevention, diabetes, obesity, physical activity, nutrition, breastfeeding, and school health. Continue Reading…

ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program

Deadline: February 6, 2014

The ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program was established in 1995. Its goal is to address emerging needs of public health, and to provide leadership and professional opportunities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for students and graduate students of ASPPH member graduate schools and programs of public health. The fellowships are from one to two years in duration, depending on the needs of CDC and the fellow. Continue Reading…