Faculty Announcement: Position is one-year appointment contingent on funding available and may be renewed yearly depending on availability of funds. The successful candidate will participate in conducting research projects, writing technical manuscripts, and preparing research proposals in the field of agricultural safety and health, and statistical analysis of agricultural injury cases. The position requires submission of competitive proposals to provide additional support through external funding. This position requires independent research capability with previously mentioned skills. The resident instruction component includes teaching undergraduate BioRenewable Systems courses, advising undergraduate students, and providing leadership for the BioRenewable Systems major. Continue reading “Penn State Non-tenure track Research Assistant Professor”
Month: January 2019
The Office of Minority Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is excited to announce that the Youth Health Equity Model of Practice (YHEMOP) Summer 2019 Health Equity Fellow Application is now available!
Through its YHEMOP program, OMH places students enrolled in higher education studies into short-term health equity fellowships to help meet the needs of diverse organizations. Continue reading “Summer Health Equity Fellowship”
Location: University of Nebraska Federal Relations Office in Washington D.C.
Timeframe: late May to early August 2019
Schedule: 25 hours per week
The University of Nebraska Federal Relations office in Washington, D.C. invites applications for a summer student internship. During the internship, you will interact with Congressional offices, higher education associations, scientific associations, other government relations representatives and federal agencies. You will also have the unique opportunity to plan and implement programs and events for the D.C. Professional Enrichment Academy for University of Nebraska summer student interns and interact with alumni. You may be assigned one or two major substantive projects during the summer, which will vary depending on skills and interests and the needs at that time. Continue reading “University of Nebraska Federal Relations Office Summer Internship”
Three Rivers Public Health Department (3RPHD) is seeking a full-time Emergency Response Coordinator to join our dynamic team.
In this position, the Emergency Response Coordinator will be responsible for developing, updating, training, and exercising a comprehensive public health Emergency Response Plan for Three Rivers Public Health Department’s three counties (Dodge, Saunders and Washington counties). Additionally, this position will assure that the 3RPHD staff and partner organizations are appropriately trained and are knowledgeable about biological, chemical, infectious, and communicable diseases associated with terrorism, disease outbreaks, or other events. Ensure rapid and effective public health response to public health emergencies.
This position requires strong interpersonal skills to make connections and build relationships with the health jurisdiction. The Emergency Response Coordinator works collaboratively with others to coordinate plans with various response agencies, volunteer organizations, business, and private industries.
3RPHD Offers a competitive salary and benefits package along with a work environment that is terrific. Please read below to learn more about this exciting opportunity. Continue reading “Emergency Response Coordinator”
The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health is pleased to offer recent graduates from Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)-accredited, ASPPH member schools and programs of public health an exciting opportunity to gain environmental health experience at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Applications are currently being accepted for the 2019 ASPPH/EPA Environmental Health Fellowship Program. The deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. Eastern, February 20, 2019. Continue reading “ASPPH/EPA Environmental Health Fellowship Program–application now open”