Public Health Job Opportunities

Student Worker: Mental Health and Community Outreach

Deadline: until filled

The Center for Reducing Health Disparities at COPH is seeking a student worker to assist with a Collective Impact Project focused on mental health in Omaha’s African American community. Ideally this will be a work study position, but because the right fit is so critical for this community-based work, a non-work study student may be considered.  Continue reading “Student Worker: Mental Health and Community Outreach”

Peer Mentor for MOOC

Deadline: September 1, 2015

Dr. Britigan is seeking students to serve as volunteer Peer Mentors for a MOOC on health literacy and communication for health professionals. Volunteers are needed from Sept 8-Nov 8, 2015.

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

Coursera MOOC peer mentors 2015

County Extension Director (Shawnee County, KS)

Deadline: screening begins 7/20/15 and continues until filled

Shawnee County, the third most populated county in Kansas, is located approximately 60 miles west of Kansas City. It has a diversified urban, suburban, and rural population of nearly 179,000. There are five incorporated cities in Shawnee County – Auburn, Rossville, Silver Lake, Willard, and Topeka which is the county seat and state capital. Topeka, with a population over 127,000, is home to Washburn University, Gage Park, and Lake Shawnee.

The Shawnee County Extension Director serves as the administrative leader of the county’s extension programs and staff. The director is administratively responsible to the K-State Research and Extension Assistant Director for Field Operations and the County Extension Board.

Download the document below to view the full job description and instructions for applying.

Shawnee_CountyExtensionDirector

Minority Health Outreach Manager

Deadline: until filled

OneWorld Community Health Centers Inc. is seeking a Minority Health Outreach Manager who is passionate about making a difference and impacting others through the delivery of high quality care and strong team work.  Continue reading “Minority Health Outreach Manager”

Agricultural Center Assistant (work study)

Deadline: October 1st, or until filled

The Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health (CS-CASH) is seeking a work study student. View the job description below, and if interested, send your resume to Ellen Duysen (ellen.duysen@unmc.edu).

CS-CASH Job Description

NOTE: You must be eligible for federal work study for the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If unsure, please check your eligibility with UNMC Financial Aid.