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List of job opportunities
COPH Career Services receives job opportunities directly from local, state and regional employers. Find them below:
South Heartland District Health Department is seeking a new team member! Full-time position to lead community organizing and strengthen partnerships for public health emergency preparedness and response. See complete job posting and application at southheartlandhealth.org.
This AmeriCorps Fellow will mine historically significant hospital data and provide analysis and forecasting. The AmeriCorps Fellow will serve with the NHA executive team to use the data forecasting in developing and prioritizing action steps for the management of clinical and financial outcomes for rural healthcare in Nebraska.
This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone in a data or healthcare focused degree program.
Deadline to apply: June 24. This is a 12mo, full time position, for $30K/yr (this is A Lead for America Fellowship, through the AmeriCorps program).
View full information and apply online here.
Three Rivers Public Health Department in Fremont is seeking a Manager of Clinic Services, and an RN/LPN. View the descriptions and apply online here.
Children’s is searching for a Community Health Project Coordinator who will coordinate community projects and partnerships for identified social determinants of health (SDOH) described in the Implementation Strategy Plan (ISP). The Community Health Project Coordinator will inform and implement health equity strategies to develop efforts to meet the needs of underrepresented children and families. Coordination includes the exploration of emerging and best practices to strengthen supports for families, convening of internal and external partners, facilitating collaborative decision-making among stakeholders, and bringing forward data to inform community efforts. Once key gaps are identified and/or barriers defined, the position will work with internal and external stakeholders to implement interventions focused on prevention, early identification, and community partnerships. This position will also assist with community benefit tracking and reporting related to the ISP, in coordination with the Community Benefit Manager. This position will report to the Director of Community Health & Advocacy and guide the organization’s community health SDOH initiatives & partnerships, addressing health equity.