Deadline: July 20, 2015
UNL is seeking an Epidemiology Foodborne Surveillance Response Coordinator to design, implement, integrate, and administrator complex statewide epidemiology surveillance systems and/or design, develop, implement, and conduct complex epidemiological studies involving chronic or acute diseases, infections, or injuries. Provide epidemiological leadership and direction in preparation for all response to disease and/or infection outbreaks. Coordinates with state medical epidemiologists in the investigation of threats of bioterrorism and outbreaks. Continue reading “Epidemiology Foodborne Surveillance Response Coordinator”
Deadline: 4/10/15 or until filled
Douglas County Health Department has received funding from the NE Department of Health to address chronic diseases including diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The award is a three year grant. Grant objectives include policy and system change regarding physical activity in businesses related to walk-ability, policy and system change regarding healthy eating related to healthy vending and a NEMS assessment, policy and systems change regarding Diabetes Prevention Programming support in business and in community organizations and policy and systems change related to electronic health records, Community Health Workers and physician pharmacist links. Continue reading “Community Health Planner”
Deadline: February 20, 2015
The Omaha USDA office’s Policy Development Staff team is looking for a summer intern–this is a great opportunity to get paid experience and get your foot in the door with a federal agency! They are looking for individuals with a broad public health background (food safety and/or Epi is a plus). You need to be comfortable working with data as well.
View the job description at USAJobs.
The Douglas County Health Department is seeking two environmental health inspectors. View the position description and apply online here.
Deadline: until filled
Nebraska DHHS is seeking a Foodborne Surveillance Specialist to assist in Office of Epidemiology disease investigation activities. Interview Nebraska residents with reported cases of foodborne and other reportable communicable diseases to capture investigation information. Data collection and database management. Continue reading “Foodborne Surveillance Specialist”