Public Health Job Opportunities

Healthy Families Supervisor/Program Manager

Deadline: updated to August 1, 2017

Panhandle Public Health District is looking for a full-time supervisor/program manager for our accredited, well-established Healthy Families America home visitation program for prenatal and newborns and their families.  The position will be based in Scottsbluff.  Bachelor’s degree minimum/Master’s degree preferred in family counseling, social work, psychology, sociology, nursing or related field.  For complete job descriptions click here and to download an application click here.    Send cover letter, resume, and completed application to Erin Sorensen, PO Box 337, Hemingford, NE  69348.

NE Oral Health Epidemiologist

Deadline: Review date is 7/12/17

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees’ differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse populations we serve.  The university fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential.  Continue reading “NE Oral Health Epidemiologist”

Volunteer Coordinator

OneWorld Community Health Center is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator.

As a nonprofit organization, OneWorld received a lot of interest from community members who want to volunteer to help us realize our mission.  We are looking for an energetic Volunteer Coordinator to plan, organize, and direct our non-clinical volunteer program.  This individual will recruit volunteers, track applications, and onboard and train new volunteers.  They will develop and sustain a robust volunteer program for our organization. Continue reading “Volunteer Coordinator”

Volunteer/Intern

The Fund for Global Health works on advocacy for global health solutions with the greatest potential to avert preventable death and disability. Current efforts include grassroots lobbying to increase U.S. foreign assistance for selected global health programs, and negotiating with the World Bank. Interns work on a team which is recruiting and training student interns and citizen volunteers, and urging key Members of Congress on the subcommittees of Appropriations to increase U.S. funding levels for programs addressing maternal and child health, immunization, and tuberculosis.  Continue reading “Volunteer/Intern”

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