Public Health Job Opportunities

Student Research Assistant (FWS)

Dr. Watanabe-Galloway is seeking a federal work study student for 10hrs/wk, to begin in August, and assist with data entry and analysis for a behavior health project. View the job description below.

Work study Position Epidemiology SWG

If interested, please send Dr. Watanabe-Galloway your resumé and two writing samples. The resumé should include the public health courses completed to show that the required Epi, Biostats, SAS courses have been completed (an unofficial transcript is also acceptable for this documentation, if that is easier).  Writing samples, should be two course papers, from two different courses.

NOTE: must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply. If unsure of your eligibility, please contact UNMC Financial Aid.

Research & Certification Assistant (FWS)

The Association of HealthCare Emergency Preparedness Professionals (AHEPP) is seeking a federal work study student for the coming academic year. See the job description below.

AHEPP FWS 2017 Description

If interested, please submit resumé and cover letter via email or email to:

Kristine Sanger, Associate Director

Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals

984320 Nebraska Medical Center

Omaha, NE 68198-4320

ksanger@unmc.edu

 

NOTE: must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply. If unsure of your eligibility, please communicate with UNMC Financial Aid.

Student Researcher (FWS)

Deadline: until filled

The Office of Public Health Practice is seeking a Student Researcher to assist the Director of the OPHP with background research and report writing related to the establishment of a coordinated care network model.  In addition, this individual will also research and write position papers on specific public health issues that impact Nebraskans.

View the job description below, and if interested, send resumé to Stacey Coleman.

OPHP job description

NOTE: must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply.  

 

Community Research Assistant (FWS)

Deadline: until filled

The Center for Reducing Health Disparities is seeking a Community Research Assistant to:

  • Co-lead community research project on Hispanic integration in rural communities
  • Develop and implement survey questionnaire/focus group protocol
  • Enter and analyze all project-related data
  • Develop community report about findings from the project and disseminate
  • Write a reflective paper on experience with this project

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Special Skills Required:  

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish)

NOTE: must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply.

If interested, please contact Athena Ramos in CRHD.

Agricultural Center Assistant (FWS)

CS-CASH is seeking FWS students to assist with community outreach projects, preparation of outreach materials, maintenance of CS-CASH database, collection and support of agricultural injury and fatality database, assist in preparation of grant proposal documents.

View the full job description below, and contact Ellen Duysen if interested.

CS-CASH Job Description

NOTE: Must be eligible for Federal Work Study to apply.