Public Health Job Opportunities

Workforce Development and Leadership Program Manager

Training the current public health workforce is a core element of the UNMC College of Public Health Office of Public Health Practice. Opportunities are planned and offered in several modalities (virtual, asynchronous, and in person) for diverse partners (governmental public health departments, non-profits, FQHCs, hospital systems and others). The desired candidate will have skills in facilitation, leadership, management, organizational development, and community engagement. The manager of workforce development programs and leadership training will lead all the workforce development initiatives for the Office of Public Health Practice. This includes the facilitation and coordination of opportunities, recruitment, advertisement, data reporting and enrollment.

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Coordinator II, School of Public and Population Health

UTMB Health Galveston is seeking a Coordinator for their School of Public and Population health.

Serves as the primary point of contact for applied practice experiences and other community-based academic experiences through the School of Public and Population Health. To manage activities for a project or program.

Disease Intervention Specialist

Under the supervision of the bureau chief, maintains a regional field office for the delivery of disease prevention and public health services in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Serves as a liaison between IDPH and local public health for communicable diseases, including HIV, STDs, viral hepatitis, TB, and other vaccine-preventable diseases. Delivers STD and HIV partner services, including counseling, interviewing, and educating persons infected with communicable diseases. Solicits partner and contact information, provides referrals for support services, and acts as an advocate by ensuring linkage to case management, medical, and other support services. Performs partner/contact investigations, including location of partners, risk reduction counseling, HIV testing, and linkage to other follow-up testing and treatment. Conducts re-interviews for HIV-positive persons identified as out of care and/or never in care and works to connect them with appropriate medical services. 

Research Assistant

Description:Baby’s First Years seeks two research assistants for the first randomized control trial of poverty reduction in early childhood in the US. These positions are primarily data collection positions, and will include scheduling and collecting data from families of 4-year-olds, including standardized assessments of children’s cognitive development, measures of child brain activity (EEG/ERP), maternal and children’s hair cortisol, epigenetics, maternal executive functioning, and survey administration. Individuals who are members of the local communities will be strongly considered.

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Temporary Program Analyst

NE DHHS’s Office of Health Disparities and Health Equity is seeking a temporary Program Analyst.


This advertisement is for a temporary position that is expected to last until September 30, 2022.

Examples of Work

Analyze and report program evaluation data, generate tables, graphs, charts, and other tabular material using MS Excel for agency reports; serve as a member of a data team that plans and conducts data projects; conduct analysis and interpretation of data; write, review and edit minority health reports; federal grant reporting, implement data projects for grants; develop program evaluation tools; analyze and report program evaluation data; and provide written summaries on office activities for use in grant reports. 

REQUIREMENTS: Post high school coursework/training in program evaluation, financial analysis and research techniques, AND experience performing or leading others in program and technical support, research or statistical analysis. 

PREFERRED: Bachelor’s degree in public health, social/behavioral science, statistics, or other related field of quantitative analysis; OR Experience applying statistical methods and techniques to program. Project, administrative, or demographic data can be substituted for the required education on a year for year basis. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Proficiency in MS Excel and Word, and experience in research or data analysis (can include university coursework) and writing reports. Exceptional English writing skills preferred. 

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