The Health Systems Interventions Coordinator serves under the administrative direction of the Program Manager for Health Systems and Disease Management in the Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Program within the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (NDHHS), and works cooperatively under the components of “State and Local Public Health Actions to Prevent Diabetes, Heart Disease, Obesity and Associated Risk Factors and Promote School Health” grants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Overnight and/or day travel is required in this position. Continue reading “Health Systems Interventions Coordinator”
Deadline: Review begins 6/1/16
Health Education Wellness Coordinator (.75 FTE), Student Health and Counseling, 58370, University of Nebraska Kearney
Job Description or Duties: The Health Education Wellness Coordinator is committed to keeping the student body well-informed about health and wellness topics that are relevant to college students in a positive, interactive, and engaging manner. Continue reading “Health Education Wellness Coordinator/Student Health and Counseling”
Legal Aid of Nebraska is seeking students to assist with community outreach throughout the summer.
View the opportunity in the flier below.
Legal Aid Summer Outreach
Deadline: until filled
Southeast District Health Department is looking to fill the full time position of Public Health Epidemiologist. Southeast District Health Department is a five county health department located in Auburn, NE servicing a population of 39,000 residents. The counties covered by Southeast District Health Department are Otoe, Nemaha, Johnson, Pawnee, and Richardson Counties.
View the job description and instructions for applying in the document below.
Job Announcement EPI (002)
Application Review Date: 5/9/16
UNL Extension is seeking an Extension Education, focused on Rural Health, Wellness & Safety. Continue reading “Extension Educator – Rural Health, Wellness, & Safety (Kearney-Franklin)”